The Queen’s Health System provides comprehensive cancer services to families in Hawai‘i, from prevention to diagnosis and treatment, to survivorship.
You or a loved one has just received a cancer diagnosis. Now what? At Queen’s Cancer Centers, we understand that this is an overwhelming time, and we’re here to guide and support you every step of the way. We’re not just committed to cancer prevention and care; we’re committed to you. Our comprehensive cancer care services are designed to help you conquer cancer with our state-of-the-art equipment, cutting-edge technology and integrative care team. Survivorship is your … and our … end goal.
There are many reasons to choose Queen’s Cancer Centers. Here are just a few.
Physicians and other cancer care staff work together with patients to improve their outcomes and ensure they get the care, resources and support that they need.
We’re the first and only hospital in Hawai‘i to be certified by MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center, to bring world-renowned cancer expertise to patients in the state. This national access, matched with our established excellence in cancer care, elevates the level of cancer care for all of Hawai‘i.
We know there’s strength in numbers that’s why we partner with organizations such as the American Cancer Society – to ensure we stay on top of the most current cancer treatments and preventions.
Established more than 40 years ago, we continue to provide our patients with the most complete cancer services in Hawai‘i.
There are many forms of cancer. Here are some of the most common:
Treatment care plans are based on your specific diagnosis to deliver the best possible outcome. Most patients experience a combination of new and traditional treatments. They include, but are not limited to:
The Queen’s Cancer Center is comprised of a nationally-recognized team of deeply committed physicians to deliver the very best, most compassionate cancer care available.View all cancer care providers
We want to make your care as close to home as possible, so we offer multiple cancer care locations throughout Hawai‘i.
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The latest cancer news and information from Hawai‘i’s leader in comprehensive cancer care.
The Central Pacific Bank (CPB) Foundation is donating $25,000 to the Cancer Center at The Queen’s Medical Center in honor of former CPB Chairman and
The Queen’s Health System (QHS) announced today that it will begin easing visitor restrictions at The Queen’s Medical Center’s two campuses effective Monday, February 21.
HONOLULU – The Queen’s Health System (QHS) has announced the appointments of a new vice president and two new directors. Alexandra Wroe, RN, ACM-RN, BSN,
HONOLULU – The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu has received a Transportation Grant from the American Cancer Society for $15,000 to help cancer patients on Oahu get