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March 2, 2015
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Congratulations to the Preliminary 2014 OAA Recipients

The 76 cancer programs listed below represent the preliminary list of Outstanding Achievement Award (OAA) recipients from surveys performed during 2014. “Preliminary” simply means that these facilities have been identified as OAA recipients and confirmed by the Commission on Cancer (CoC)’s Program Review Subcommittee. However, additional cancer programs may be added or facility names may be corrected.
 
We ask that all programs surveyed in 2014 review this list and contact the Accreditation team at accreditation@facs.org by Friday, March 13, if you believe that your cancer program may be eligible to earn the OAA (met all seven commendation standards), but is not included on the list, or if your facility name is listed incorrectly.
 
The finalized 2014 OAA recipient list will be published online following the confirmation deadline. More details regarding accessing the marketing materials and OAA trophy will be e-mailed directly to your Cancer Program Administrator at each facility.
 
It is essential that contact information for the Cancer Program Administrator (found under the “Manage Staff Contacts” section in CoC Datalinks) is up-to-date and accurate. Any OAA questions should be sent to accreditation@facs.org.
 


 Facility

City, State 

Community Hospital of Monterey Peninsula *

 Monterey, CA

 Huntington Memorial Hospital

 Pasadena, CA

 Marin General Hospital *

 Greenbrae, CA

 St. Jude Medical Center *

 Fullerton, CA

 Boulder Community Health

 Boulder, CO

 Lutheran Medical Center

 Wheat Ridge, CO

 Saint Joseph Hospital SCL Health

 Denver, CO

 Hartford Hospital

 Hartford, CT

Norwalk Hospital 

 Norwalk, CT

 The Hospital of Central Connecticut

 New Britain, CT

 VA Connecticut Healthcare System

 West Haven, CT

 Beebe Healthcare

 Rehoboth Beach, DE

 Medical Center, Navicent Health *

 Macon, GA

St. Joseph's/Candler Health System 

 Savannah, GA

 The Queen's Medical Center *

Honolulu, HI

 Mercy Medical Center

 Cedar Rapids, IA

 Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa

 Mason City, IA

 Loyola University Medical Center *

 Maywood, IL

 Memorial Hospital of Carbondale

 Carbondale, IL

 Palos Community Hospital *

 Palos Heights, IL

 Rush University Medical Center **

 Chicago, IL

 Saint Anthony's Health Center

 Alton, IL

 Baptist Health Lexington

 Lexington, KY

 Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center *

 Baton Rouge, LA

 Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

 Boston, MA

 Union Hospital *

 Elkton, MD

 University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center

 Towson. MD

 Eastern Maine Medical Center

 Bangor, ME

 McLaren - Northern Michigan

 Petoskey, MI

 Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center

 Mount Clemens, MI

 Park Nicollet Methodist
Hospital *

 Minneapolis, MN

 St. Francis Regional Medical Center

 Shakopee, MN

 St. Joseph's Medical Center *

 Brainerd, MN

 Lake Regional Health System

 Osage Beach. MO

 FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital **

 Pinehurst, NC

 High Point Regional Health *

 High Point, NC

 Southern New Hampshire Medical Center

 Nashua, NH

 Community Medical Center

 Toms River, NJ

 University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro

 Plainsboro, NJ

 Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center **

 West Islip, NY

 St. John's Riverside Hospital *

 Yonkers, NY

 Staten Island University Hospital *

 Staten Island, NY

 Akron General Medical Center

 Akron, OH

 Aultman Hospital

 Canton, OH

 Fairview/Lakewood Hospital 
Integrated Network Cancer Program

 Cleveland, OH

 Good Samaritan Hospital

 Dayton, OH

 Humility of Mary Health Partners

 Youngstown, OH

 Mercy Medical Center *

 Canton, OH

 St. Rita's Medical Center **

 Lima, OH

 Comanche County Memorial Hospital *

 Lawton, OK

 Saint Francis Hospital

 Tulsa, OK

 Eastern Regional Medical Center *

 Philadelphia, PA

 Hospital of the University of PA – * Abramson Cancer Center

 Philadelphia, PA

 Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

 Philadelphia, PA

 Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center *

 Hershey, PA

 Pottstown Memorial Medical Center **

 Pottstown, PA

 Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

 Philadelphia, PA

Roper Hospital

Charleston, SC 

 Baylor University Medical Center

Dallas, TX 

 Medical City Dallas Hospital

Dallas, TX 

 Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas **

Dallas, TX 

 Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano

Plano, TX 

University of Texas Southwestern St. Paul Hospital  

Dallas, TX 

 University of Texas Southwestern Zale Lipshy Hospital *

Dallas, TX 

 Riverside Walter Reed
Hospital *

Gloucester, VA 

 Southside Regional Medical Center *

Petersburg, VA 

 Virginia Hospital Center-Arlington *

Arlington, VA 

 PeaceHealth Lower Columbia Region

Vancouver, WA 

Swedish Health Services

Seattle, WA  

Wenatchee Valley Hospital and Clinics

Wenatchee, WA 

Agnesian Healthcare

Fond Du Lac, WI 

Aurora BayCare Medical
Center *

 Green Bay, WI

Holy Family Memorial Medical Center

Manitowoc, WI  

 Mercy Medical Center *

Oshkosh, WI 

St. Joseph' s Hospital

West Bend, WI  

 Charleston Area Medical Center

 Charleston, WV


* Congratulations to the 25 facilities that achieved the OAA at their previous CoC accreditation survey in 2011.
 
** Congratulations to the six facilities that achieved the OAA four consecutive survey cycles since the inception of the OAA program (2005, 2008, 2011, and 2014 surveys).
 
 
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