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Clayton Chong, MD, a Kamehameha Schools graduate, entered the University of Hawai‘i in 1972, and instead of earning a bachelor’s degree, he walked out with a Doctor of Medicine in 1980. Dr. Chong completed his medical internship and residency under Irwin J. Schatz, MD, at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), and his fellowship at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Department of Medical Oncology. Years later in 2008, he earned his Master of Public Health from the Harvard University School of Public Health. He was named Outstanding Physician of the Year at The Queen’s Medical Center in 2014.

Dr. Chong has served as Associate professor of medicine at the Department of Native Hawaiian Health at JABSOM and was a QMC trustee from 2002 to 2006. From 2006 to 2009, he became the chief of the Department of Oncology at Queen’s, and has served as medical director of the Queen’s Cancer Center since it opened in 2007.

Dr. Chong’s vision for cancer care is broad. “To focus strictly on the clinical treatment of a specific cancer lacks vision,” he says, noting that in Hawai‘i, we have a prevalence of unique types of cancers, and that Native Hawaiians have among the highest mortality in certain types of cancers. “My philosophy is to simply provide the best care for everyone, regardless of race, income, or social status. By providing the best possible care for everyone, we have a genuine chance of making progress against these and other cancer trends.”

“We’re still learning,” he concluded. “We must remember that cancer treatment is not just a service—it is an all-encompassing endeavor. With the Queen’s Cancer Center vision, we can and will continue to be on the leading edge and go further than anyone ever expected.”


The Queen's Medical Center
Queen's Cancer Center
1301 Punchbowl Street
Honolulu, HI 96821
Tel: (808) 691-8777
The Queen's Medical Center - West Oahu
91-2127 Fort Weaver Road
Sullivan Care Center
Ewa Beach, HI 96706
Tel: (808) 691-3777
Fax: (808) 691-3790
Queen's Physicians Office Building 1 (POB 1)
1380 Lusitana Street
Suite 608
Honolulu, HI 96813-2442
Tel: (808) 532-0315


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