ACCC Membership: Overview
Since 1974, the Association of Community Cancer Centers has been the leading national multidisciplinary organization that defines quality care for patients with cancer. We promote the entire continuum of quality cancer care for our patients and our communities. For 40 years, ACCC has been helping oncology professionals adapt to the complex changes of delivering quality cancer care while responding to regulation and legislation changes.
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.
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 and offers reduced membership rates for multiple hospitals within a system.
Join ACCC as an individual member and gain exclusive access to analysis, breaking news, networking opportunities, and advocacy support from a unique multidisciplinary perspective.
Thirty-four 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.
ACCC can help you maximize your resources. Armed with information on strategies for bringing more cost-effective cancer delivery to your program or practice, new treatments and technologies, and the latest public policy changes that will affect your livelihood, you will be better positioned to develop and streamline services, market your program, and keep costs in check. Join us!
Who We Are
More than 23,000 cancer care professionals from over 2,500 hospitals and practices nationwide are affiliated with ACCC. It is estimated that 60 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
- Physician assistants
- Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians
- Hospital and practice billers and coders
- Physician office managers
- Social workers
- Radiation therapists
- Other support staff