MaineGeneral Medical Center’s Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care (HACCC)
in Augusta, Maine is a proud partner of the MaineHealth Cancer Care Network, a coordinated system of care with the support of the Harold Alfond Foundation and in affiliation with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
About the HACCC
The HACCC staff cares for more than 12 percent of Maine's cancer population and sees more than 7,000 individuals with a cancer diagnosis annually, including more than 1,100 newly diagnosed cases.
We treat many types of cancer including:
- Brain tumors (malignant and non-malignant)
- Gastrointestinal (GI)
- Genitourinary (including prostate, bladder, kidney, testicular and penile)
- Head and neck
Our services extend beyond the care we provide. We bring hope and healing to patients and families and them make the best choices for their situations.
Investment in Technology
MaineGeneral's Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care (HACCC)
, the leader in cancer care in the Kennebec Valley and beyond, has two new linear accelerators.
Learn more about our investment in this state-of-the-art technology
and what it means for our patients.
2017 Cancer Annual Report
2017 marked the tenth anniversary of the opening of MaineGeneral's Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care. Read about the milestone
and our world-class cancer care available locally.
In 2010, the HACCC became one of the first 16 cancer practices in the United States - and the first in Maine - recognized by the American Society of Clinical Oncology's Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®
) certification program. The HACCC was recertified in 2016.
Our highly skilled, experienced staff and state-of-the-art facility and technology allow us to provide patients with the best care close to home. We also have an established clinical research program to give patients access to newly approved treatments.
The HACCC is accredited by the Commission on Cancer and American College of Radiology.