AFROC is a national membership organization founded in 1987 to promote the interests of freestanding radiation oncology centers.
Issues & Advocacy
AFROC strives to provide its members access to the latest information and news out of Washington affecting the radiation oncology profession.
We need your support to help preserve the viability of freestanding radiation oncology centers throughout the United States.
32nd Annual Meeting
Check in for more information on this very exciting program, to be held in the Rayburn House Office Building on April 18! Now, more than ever, your participation is critical to strengthen our voice in Washington.
The Association of Freestanding Radiation Oncology Centers (AFROC) represents the interests of the individual and group practices responsible for delivering cancer care in non-hospital settings throughout the country. These physicians, physicists, professional support personnel, and administrators are the key to a system that allows most cancer patients to be treated with advanced techniques within a reasonable distance from their homes. Now, more than ever, the role of non-hospital cancer centers is being threatened by policy makers in their efforts to re-make the health care system. Help AFROC continue to monitor and intervene to maximize our standing before irreversible changes occur.