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ACCC Past Presidents

As the first organization to dedicate its mission to multidisciplinary cancer care, the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) has been at the forefront of developing critical education programs and promoting the collective concerns of the entire oncology team through its advocacy work.

The depth and breadth of ACCC's multidisciplinary focus is also evident through the diverse backgrounds of its leadership and their president’s themes. Since 2007, ACCC has invited its incoming president to select a theme for their year in office that addresses a timely issue in cancer care through the creation of programs and resources.

2020 – 2021

Randall-Oyer-65x65Randall A. Oyer, MD
Community Oncology Can Close the Gap in Cancer Research

2019 – 2020

Ali-McBride-65x65Ali McBride, PharmD, MS, BCOP
Collaborate. Educate. Compensate: A Prescription for Sustainable Cancer Care Delivery

2018 – 2019

Tom-Gallo-65x65Thomas A. Gallo, MS, MDA
Reflect, Renew, Reignite: Creating a Resilient Oncology Team in Your Community

2017 – 2018

Mark-Soberman-65x65Mark S. Soberman, MD, MBA, FACS
Envisioning Next Gen Multidisciplinary Cancer Care

2016 – 2017

Jennie-Crews-65x65Jennie R. Crews, MD, MMM, FACP
Empowering Patients, Engaging Providers

2015 – 2016

Steve-DAmato-65x65Steven L. D’Amato, BScPharm
Advancing Quality—From Oncology Medical Homes to Integrated Delivery

2014 – 2015

Becky-Dekay-65x65Becky L. DeKay, MBA
Communicating Quality

2013 – 2014

Virginia-Vaitones-65x65Virginia T. Vaitones, MSW, OSW-C
It Takes a Team: Multidisciplinary Cancer Care

2012 – 2013

George-Kovach-65x65George Kovach, MD
The Right Treatment at the Right Time

2011 – 2012

Tom-Whittaker-65x65Thomas L. Whittaker, MD, FACP
Defining the Oncology Medical Home

2010 – 2011

Al-Benson-65x65Al B. Benson, III, MD, FACP
Quality Data Collection in the Community Setting

2009 – 2010

Luana-Lamkin-65x65Luana R. Lamkin, RN, MPH
Anticipated Workforce Shortages in Oncology Teams

2008 – 2009

Ernest-Anderson-65x65Ernest R. Anderson, Jr., MS, RPh
Leadership

2007 – 2008

Richard-Reiling-65x65Richard B. Reiling, MD, FACS
Survivorship in Oncology

2006 – 2007

James C. Chingos, MD, CPE, FACP
Improving Access to Quality Cancer Care

2005 – 2006

E. Strode Weaver, FACHE, MBA, MHSA
Improving Patient Safety

2004 – 2005

Patti A. Jamieson-Baker, MSSW, MBA
Nurse Staffing Levels

2003 – 2004

Cary A. Presant, MD, FACP

2002 – 2003

Edward L. Braud, MD

2001 – 2002

Teresa D. Smith, RN, MSN

2000 – 2001

David H. Regan, MD

1999 – 2000

Margaret A. Riley, MN, RN

1998 – 1999

R. Larry White, MD, FACR

1997 – 1998

James L. Wade III, MD, FACP

1996 – 1997

John E. Feldmann, MD, FACP

1995 – 1996

Diane Van Ostenberg, RN

1994 – 1995

Carl G. Kardinal, MD

1993 – 1994

Albert B. Einstein, Jr., MD, FACP

1992 – 1993

Robert T. Clarke, MHA

1991 – 1992

Lloyd K. Everson, MD

1990 – 1991

Jennifer L. Guy, RN

1989 – 1990

Irvin D. Fleming, MD

1988 – 1989

David K. King, MD, FACP

1987 – 1988

Robert E. Enck, MD

1986 – 1987

Paul N. Anderson, MD

1985 – 1986

Edward L. Moorhead II, MD

1984 – 1985

John W. Yarbro, MD, PhD

1983 – 1984

William M. Dugan, Jr., MD

1982 – 1983

David A. Johnson, MBA

1981 – 1982

Herbert D. Kerman, MD

1980 – 1981

Robert W. Frelick, MD

1979 – 1980

Charles D. Cobau, MD

1978 – 1979

John R. Nelson, MD

1976 – 1978

J. Gale Katterhagen, MD

1974 – 1976

James Donovan, MD