Dayton Physicians Network

You are Invited… to Sponsor the 2016 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk-Dayton

Dayton Physicians Network

Robin Supinger
Prostate Cancer Patient Navigator

June 9, 2016

On September 24, 2016 Dayton Physicians Network is hosting the first ever Dayton ZERO Prostate Cancer RUN/WALK. We have partnered with ZERO-The End of Prostate Cancer in order to increase awareness about prostate cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment options in the Miami Valley and raise funds for cancer research. We are excited to bring this family-friendly event to Dayton.

We invite you to partner with us to showcase your products, promote your services, connect to a loyal customer base or new audience, build employee engagement in the community, and to share our promise to end prostate cancer forever. To learn more about the sponsorship opportunities, READ MORE.

You may also contact Race Co-Directors, Rhonda Morris or Robin Supinger at prostate5krun@daytonphysicians.com or by calling 937-771-2326937-771-2326.

ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer is the leading national nonprofit organization with the mission to end prostate cancer. ZERO advances research, encourages action, and provides education and support to men and their families through our patient-centric programs. ZERO’s premier activities include the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk, America’s largest men’s health event series. Pease visit www.zerocancer.org to learn more about our partner organization.

Dayton Physicians Network launches new Community Oncology Association Patient Advocacy Network Chapter.

Jill Reese

Jill Reese, RN, BSN, OCN
CPAN Chapter Advocacy Leader


We are thrilled to announce that on Thursday, May 19th we launched Dayton Physicians Network CPAN Chapter.  The launch and patient advocacy group meeting was a huge success!  We had approximately 40 people in attendance from patients, survivors, caregivers, staff, colleagues, and pharma.   This group is committed to making a difference and advocating for our patients and Dayton Physicians Network.  Thanks to all those that attended.

What is CPAN? 
Dayton Physicians Network teamed up with Community Oncology Alliance (COA) Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN) to launch a local chapter. CPAN is a nationally recognized patient advocacy group providing the patient’s voice along with community oncologists, nurses and healthcare administrators in the fight to preserve community cancer care and access to local care.   

Educational topics included: Insight into how national policy issues impact local patient care, how oncologists advocate for their patients, COA and CPAN advocacy initiatives, and opportunities for you to become a Cancer Care Advocate.

Guest speakers included:

  • Robert Baird, Chief Executive Officer
  • Jill Reese, RN, BSN, OCN, COA Patient Advocacy Leader
  • Josh Cox, PharmD., BCPS, Director of Pharmacy
  •  Mark Marinella, MD
  •  Rose Gerber, COA Director of Patient Advocacy & Education
  • Patient Advocates

Please visit: 

  • To learn more about CPAN visit www.coaAdvocacy.org (please note, the CPAN website is under development)
  • To learn more about the event or becoming a member of our new Dayton Physicians Network CPAN chapter, email me @ jreese@daytonphysicians.com

Dayton Physicians Network Staff, Patients, Family and Friends Make a Real Difference at Miami County Relay for Life

Jeff Sergent

Jeff Sergent
Manager of Marketing and Business Development

May, 20, 2016

Dayton Physicians Network Staff, Patients, Family and Friends Make a Real Difference at Miami County Relay for Life

We are proud to say that many of our staff, patients, friends and family came out to support the Miami County Relay for life May 6th-7th.

DPN was happy to sponsor the walk thru colon and the Miami County RFL, however; the real stars are –Team DP Curesader whom together, raised over $2,700 this calendar year to date.

One of the team superheroes is our own Robin Hetzler; a medical oncology nurse in the Troy office was also Survivor Chair for the Miami County RFL overall event. Robin and her team secured and provided an incredible survivor dinner and lots of fun for 426 survivors and caregivers!

Robin wanted to point out some people for their commitment and dedication to the event and the cancer patients they support.

Starting out with DP Curesaders’ mascot Jake Hetzler is a Piqua High Senior that has chosen to help lead the fight against cancer.

Special thanks to: Jenifer Hensley DP Curesader team captain, Amber Scott, Becky Childers, Chrissy Kenton, Brenda Thorton, Kari Foster and her spouse, Tessa Meyer and her spouse, Jackie Holfinger, Kathy Kuhns for helping setup Thursday Night and work during the relay. Thank you also to Becky Childers for capturing priceless memories on film.
Super heroes one and all! Thanks for all you do!

Great pictures!
Dayton Physicians Network

Robin Hetzler, RN and Survivor Committee Chair

A picture of 2 made up super heroes. Robin has a patient that has shared with me her journey looking for “Ned” (No evidence of disease). Her story of her ongoing search for Ned inspired the creation of the 2 super heroes. The hero on the right is “Ned” (no evidence of disease). Ned is holding this super power of “Hope” which turns out to be the villain “Cancer” s Kryptonite! Every super hero has a side kick. Ned’s sidekick is names HOPE!

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DP Curesaders’ mascot Jake Hetzler