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ACCC brings together healthcare professionals across all disciplines in oncology to promote quality cancer care. This multidisciplinary approach is reflected in ACCC's leadership structure, national and regional meetings, publications, newsletters, white papers, webinars, and online discussion forums. It's estimated that 65 percent of the nation's cancer patients are treated by a member of ACCC.

ACCC can help you maximize your resources. Armed with information on strategies for bringing more cost-effective care delivery to your program or practice, integrating new treatments and technologies, and the latest policy and regulatory changes likely to affect care delivery and access, you will be better positioned to develop and streamline services, market your program, and keep costs in check. Join us!

Cancer Program Membership

Join ACCC as a Cancer Program Member and EVERYONE who is affiliated with your cancer care team will benefit from our resources. ACCC's nearly 700 Cancer Program Members include hospital-based cancer programs, physician group practices, and freestanding clinics.
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System Membership

System Membership offers access to ACCC resources on a health system level. This option extends ACCC member benefits to individuals working for the oncology service line across the system, offering reduced membership rates for multiple hospitals within a system.
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Individual Membership

Join ACCC as an individual member and gain exclusive access to analysis, breaking news, networking opportunities, and advocacy support from a unique multidisciplinary perspective.
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Chapter Membership

Thirty-six state oncology organizations are Chapter Members of ACCC. Members of each of these state societies receive the same benefits that are provided to Individual Members.
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Who We Are

More than 24,000 cancer care professionals from over 2,100 hospitals and practices nationwide are affiliated with ACCC. It is estimated that 65 percent of the nation's cancer patients are treated by a member of ACCC.

ACCC members work in every aspect of cancer care and include:

  • Medical, radiation, and surgical oncologists
  • Cancer program administrators
  • Nurses
  • Physician assistants
  • Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians
  • Hospital and practice billers and coders
  • Physician office managers
  • Social workers
  • Radiation therapists
  • Other support staff

Member Spotlight from Oncology Issues

JF18-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: Grand Valley Oncology
Grand Junction, Colorado

Grand Valley Oncology, a freestanding cancer care facility wholly owned by Community Hospital, provides full spectrum outpatient medical and radiation oncology services as well as robust survivorship and integrative therapies programs. Through its affiliation with the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, the cancer center is able to offer state-of-the-art clinical trials to this geographically disparate population.


ND17-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: James M. Stockman Cancer Institute
Frederick, Maryland

The James M. Stockman Cancer Institute, located in a newly constructed 62,000 square-foot building in the heart of Frederick County, is not a typical cancer care facility. From the exterior, it looks like an upscale three-story office building. Inside, however, is the calm and warmth that characterizes the type of care patients receive there. The Stockman Cancer Institute is a member of the MD Anderson Cancer Network. Through this affiliation, the cancer center has access to the latest clinical algorithms and protocols, educational materials, and research. MD Anderson Cancer Network members have been certified in excellence for cancer care, and 16 physicians at Stockman Cancer Institute are certified by the network.


SO17-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: Georgetown Cancer Center
Georgetown, Kentucky

In August of 2009, Georgetown Cancer Center became a Commission on Cancer–accredited program, expanding its outreach and screening services further into the community. The cancer center, which is conveniently situated inside the 75-bed hospital, offers medical oncology services, including chemotherapy and infusion services (six treatment chairs and one treatment room), as well as pharmacy, rehabilitation, and laboratory services. Currently, the cancer center is staffed by one medical oncologist, five nurses, three PRN (per diem) nurses, and a full-time nurse navigator.


JA17-Spotlight-350x250Spotlight: Queens Medical Associates
Queens, New York

Queens Medical Associates occupies 18,000 square feet on the third floor of a mixed-use retail and professional building. The medical oncology practice is in the center of a densely populated urban area and thriving commercial district. For 16 years, Queens Medical Associates has provided medical oncology services and functions as the medical oncology division of NewYork Presbyterian Queens Hospital.