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Find A Cancer Program

ACCC Cancer Program Members demonstrate a commitment to providing quality cancer care. Approximately 700 cancer program members benefit from ACCC tools and resources, which are designed to elevate care delivery, coordination, and the patient experience.
 
Search for an ACCC member in your community by using our membership directory. Listings include a description of cancer program services.  

Member Spotlight from Oncology Issues

JA19-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: Johnston Hematology Oncology
Smithfield, North Carolina

Johnston Hematology Oncology has two locations in the towns of Smithfield and Clayton, each offering the same services. The centers are each staffed with 2 Duke medical oncologists, a Duke nurse practitioner, 12 nurses, 2 pharmacists, a nurse navigator, and an oncology social worker. Both locations provide hematology and medical oncology services and chemotherapy, including blood transfusion and hydration; radiation therapy is available at both sites through the joint venture of Johnston Health and UNC REX Healthcare. Patients who require more intensive therapy, such as patients with acute leukemia, are referred to other UNC Health Care or Duke locations based on their location, insurance coverage, clinical trial candidacy, and other criteria.

 

MJ19-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: Highlands Oncology Group
Fayetteville, Arkansas

Highlands Oncology Group’s four clinical sites employ 400 staff members who collectively see nearly 6,000 patients each year. Among the staff are 11 medical oncologists, three radiation oncologists, two supportive care physicians, two surgeons, four social workers, two physical therapists, two massage therapists, 52 registered nurses, and one genetic counselor—all directly employed by Highlands. Four oncology pharmacists work in two specialty pharmacies, and a third pharmacy is opening in 2020.

 

MA19-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: John H. “Jack” Burbage, Jr. Regional Cancer Care Center
Berlin, Maryland

Located just a few miles away from the Atlantic Ocean, the John H. “Jack” Burbage, Jr. Regional Cancer Care Center serves parts of Sussex County, Delaware, Maryland’s Eastern Shore, and the eastern shore of Virginia. Seeing upwards of 350 new medical oncology patients each year, the Regional Cancer Care Center is staffed by two medical oncologists, one radiation oncologist, and five nurses. A dedicated oncology pharmacy is located on site. As part of an ongoing partnership with the university health system, the Regional Cancer Care Center also offers telemedicine and genetic counseling services to patients.