Connecticut Oncology Association

About Us


Background

The Connecticut Oncology Association (CtOA) was formed in 1975. Membership in the organization includes oncologists, hematologists, surgeons, radiation oncologists, oncology nurses, tumor registrars, pharmacists and other clinical professionals who care for cancer patients.

Mission

 CtOA is an organization of physicians and health care professionals devoted to the improvement of hematologic and oncologic care of patients. The Society‚Äôs specific missions include:

Communications

1. To provide individual members and institutions with a forum to discuss and exchange information about cancer health care issues.

2. To disseminate information on appropriate cancer topics to members.

3. To communicate and cooperate with other appropriate organizations concerned with cancer treatment.

4. To disseminate information to the public on issues related to health care.

Education

To educate physicians and cancer care professionals with the latest clinical advances in cancer diagnosis, care and cancer-related issues.

Leadership

To set standards and guidelines for diagnosis and care of patients with hematologic and oncologic disorders.

Public Affairs

To provide nonpartisan, multidisciplinary expert input to governmental bodies, legislators, third-party payers and other appropriate parties, and to serve as an advocate for patient care issues.

Affiliations

 CtOA is a state affiliate of ASCO.


Connecticut Oncology Association (CtOA)

c/o Dawn Holcombe


33 Woodmar Circle
South Windsor, CT  06074
(860) 305-4510
(860) 644-9119 (FAX)



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