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Membership Benefits That Address Your Changing Needs

The Hawaii Society of Clinical Oncology (HSCO) membership offers targeted resources that address state-specific challenges and promote solutions to help its members strengthen their practices’ bottom lines and meet the daily demands of providing quality cancer care:

  • Learning and networking with peers and Industry representatives at Annual Conference and Evening Symposia;
  • Advocacy support to address policies that affect oncology care, including legislative updates on state and federal issues; legislative participation through an interactive advocacy platform; collaboration with peers on state-level advocacy initiatives; and access to dedicated lobbyist and policy committee;
  • Leadership opportunities on state board that provide strategic guidance and direction on state priorities and initiatives;
  • Free continuing education credits for clinicians to stay informed of best practices and advances in care;
  • Representation on the ASCO State Affiliate Council for a range of services that address the practical needs of oncology professionals;
  • Engagement in HSCO members-only community within the ACCCeXchange online discussion forum for local shared knowledge, insights, and real-time conversations among colleagues from every oncology discipline;
  • Multidisciplinary education and resources from the Association of Cancer Care Centers (ACCC).

Types of Annual Membership & Dues, January 1 - December 31

  • Group: Licensed physicians and allied health professionals including, but not limited to, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, pharmacists, physician assistants, administrators, social workers, and office managers in an oncology practice or university. Dues:
    • Up to 5 physicians: $750 (Small)
    • 6-10 physicians: $1,000 (Medium)
    • 11+ physicians: $1,500 (Large)
    • All affiliated allied health professionals are complimentary.
  • Regular: Licensed physician caring for patients with cancer. Dues: $100.
  • Fellow: Physician enrolled in subspecialty training program to care for patients with cancer. Dues: Complimentary.
  • Retired: Former physician or allied health professional who is no longer practicing. Dues: Complimentary.


Contact Us

If you have questions about membership, please email the Membership Department.


To become a member, download the application for completion and submit it to Membership Department or apply online.
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Already a member? Renew here!

Group Members

  • Cancer Center of Hawaii (Pacific Radiation Oncology, LLC)
  • Hawaii Cancer Care
  • Hawaii Oncology
  • Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Region
  • Hawaii Pacific Health
  • Tripler Army Medical Center
  • University of Hawaii Cancer Center


The Hawaii Society of Clinical Oncology is the one local cancer organization that unites us all under one roof—whether we work for the university, a hospital, or in private practice. We are able to bring in leading experts in various disciplines and not only grow our knowledge, but also our friendships and connections, which ultimately helps patients.

Michael E. Carney, MD
University of Hawaii Cancer Center

1801 Research Boulevard Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20850
Tel: 301.984.9496 | Fax: 301.770.1949
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