The West Virginia Oncology Society membership offers targeted resources that address state-specific challenges and solutions that help its members strengthen their practice’s bottom line and meet the daily demands of providing quality cancer care.
Free continuing education credits for clinicians.
Advocacy support and legislative updates on state and federal issues.
Legislative participation through an interactive advocacy platform.
Collaboration with peers on state-level advocacy initiatives.
Complimentary registration to live and virtual events, including state and regional conferences.
Live and virtual peer-to-peer networking.
Educational programming that addresses state-specific challenges.
Volunteer and leadership opportunities.
Representation on the ASCO State Affiliate Council.
Industry updates on oncology breakthroughs.
Learning and networking with peers and Industry representatives at Spring/Fall Conferences.
Opportunity to participate in policy committee.
Opportunity to present research through annual Fellows Abstract Competition.
Updates from Industry supporters through Pipeline Presentations.
Engagement in the WVOS members-only community within the ACCCeXchange online discussion forum.
Multidisciplinary education and resources from the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC).
If you have questions about your membership, please email our Membership Department.
WVOS is a strong advocate for cancer care and resources for cancer care professionals within the West Virginia community. It provides a collegial platform so that all oncology healthcare providers may share updated information and access to continued medication, with the goal of improving patient care.
Deng Zhang, MD
Charleston Radiation Therapy Consultants