Welcome New PAC Members!
Please welcome our newest organizational members: The Queen's Health System and Moffitt Cancer Center!
The Queen’s Health System (QHS) is a nonprofit corporation established in 1985 to provide expanded healthcare capabilities to the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. It is Hawaii’s preeminent family of healthcare-related companies, and has more than 8,000 employees and more than 1,500 affiliated physicians and providers in its statewide network. QHS consists of The Queen’s Medical Center (Hawaii’s oldest hospital founded in 1859), The Queen’s Medical Center – West O‘ahu, Molokai General Hospital, Queen’s North Hawaii Community Hospital, The Queen’s Health Care Centers, Queen’s Island Urgent Care, Queen Emma Land Company, Queen’s Development Corporation, Queen’s Insurance Exchange, Queen’s Clinically Integrated Physician Network, and Queen’s ‘Akoakoa, and has ownership interests in CareResource Hawaii, Hamamatsu/Queen’s PET Imaging Center, Diagnostic Laboratory Services, and EmPower Health. Visit their website.
Moffitt Cancer Center is Florida’s leading choice for the best cancer outcomes. With six locations around the state, including a brand new, state-of-the-art surgical hospital, Moffitt is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center based in Florida and one of only 32 leading cancer centers in the nation participating in the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Offering more life-saving treatment options to our patients, including access to hundreds of clinical trials, Moffitt is accelerating new breakthroughs and pioneering innovations that aren’t seen anywhere else. We’re revolutionizing cancer treatment, elevating patient care and saving more lives – with cancer survival rates up to four times the national averages. All of this is earning Moffitt the highest accolades in numerous fields. For an accurate diagnosis and a life-saving treatment plan from the start, choose Moffitt first. Visit their website.
A reminder to all: once your institution is invited to join the Patient Access Collaborative, anyone employed by your institution can join if you are an organizational member.