Welcome and thank you for visiting our website.
I would like to begin by providing you with a brief overview of our organization. The Community Oncology Alliance (COA), is a national organization whose primary focus is advocating for the preservation of community oncology (privately owned physician practices). Since the majority of cancer patients are treated in the community oncology setting, it is vital that patients understand the national issues that ultimately impact their local care.
The Community Oncology Alliance Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN) was created to ensure that the patient voice is included in the local and national dialogue for all issues related to community cancer care.
CPAN is an inclusive non cancer type specific national organization with members from community oncology practices across the U.S. Our CPAN advocates include cancer patients, cancer survivors, caregivers and oncology providers with a shared interest in all issues related to community oncology.
If you are looking for an immediate way to get involved, please start by visiting our Get Involved section.
Thank you for visiting our website.
Rose Gerber

Director of Patient Advocacy & Education