News

Home / News
Gettysburg Cancer Center Expands Clinical Trial Resources With Help of OneOncology

Gettysburg Cancer Center Expands Clinical Trial Resources With Help of OneOncology

In an interview with Targeted Oncology™, Statish Shah, MD, the medical director of Gettysburg Cancer Center, discusses the OneOncology partnership in more detail and how it will benefit patients.  Gettysburg Cancer Center has joined OneOncology, allowing the community oncology center to expand services and clinical trial resources to its patients. Small community cancer centers play an important role in cancer management, especially in small, rural areas, according to Statish Shah, MD. For many rural patients, larger cancer centers can be hours away, being a huge detriment to care and patient outcomes. Small cancer centers can help provide care closer to...

Read More
Virtual Community Oncology Advocacy Summit

Virtual Community Oncology Advocacy Summit

Here at Gettysburg Cancer Center we are big believers in the power of advocacy and standing up for ourselves. As an independent, community oncology practice, advocacy is incredibly important because we face regular challenges from insurance companies, government regulations, and more while trying to deliver the best patient care. If we did not advocate, then we wouldn’t be able to care for our patients.  With that in mind, we wanted to let you know about this exciting event we are joining next month to provide our entire community with important updates and knowledge about the issues that affect cancer care. On...

Read More
Join us for the Virtual Launch of the Gettysburg Cancer Center CPAN Chapter

Join us for the Virtual Launch of the Gettysburg Cancer Center CPAN Chapter

Save the date! Friday, June 25, 2021 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Gettysburg Cancer Center is teaming up with the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN) to launch a local chapter. CPAN is a nationally recognized patient advocacy group providing the patient’s voice along with community oncologists, nurses, and healthcare administrators in the fight to preserve community cancer care and access to local care. Educational topics will include: Insight into Gettysburg Cancer Center connection to COA, how national policy issues impact local patient care, how oncologists advocate for their patients, an overview of COA and CPAN advocacy initiatives,...

Read More