Recently, The Queen’s Medical Center became a certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network, a program of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, ranked No. 1 in the country by U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” survey. Dr. Clayton Chong, chief of oncology at The Queen’s Medical Center, says physicians can become MD Anderson Cancer Network Certified Physicians.
The certification process includes:
- Chart reviews
- Site assessments
- Nurse evaluated & audited on how to administer chemotherapy
To learn how Queen’s affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Network® will further advance cancer care in Hawaii, join Dr. Chong, along with Dr. Paul Morris, Chair of the Cancer Committee at Queen’s; and oncologist Dr. Paul Palalay, for Queen’s free Speaking of Health lecture at Queen’s – Punchbowl. That’s on Wednesday, September 30, from 6 – 7 pm.
Go early to visit the information tables. To register, call (808) 691-7117 or go to Queens.org and click here.