Jen, our Examination & Laboratory Manager, has been chosen as one of the “Top 10 of the Next Gen” by Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce and will be honored at the November 7th Ceremony. We are so proud to have Jen at HOAF and of the relationships she has formed with our patients and the community. The work she does behind the scenes has been inspiring; co-founding patient appreciation days, taking on the launch of our Flow Cytometry lab, and most recently teaming up to launch the Athletes Don’t Movement. Her spirit and dedication make Fredericksburg and HOAF a better place and we are fortunate to have this community leader at our practice. Read the article feature here.
Surviving Breast Cancer
Three breast cancer survivors share their stories of diagnosis, treatment, recovery, and survival in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Meet Sara, Amy, and Lura; HOAF patients and inspirational women with unique journeys, treatment paths, and insight. Listen to hear frank discussion on what it means to be diagnosed with breast cancer, treatment types and changes over the years, and advice to new patients from women who have been behind the diagnosis.
Every month we take you behind one of the most feared medical diagnoses: Cancer. Oncologist Dr. Vaughn brings in patients, caregivers, colleagues, and subject matter experts who turn down the fear and turn up the understanding.
Dr. Vaughn: Welcome listening audience. Thank you so much for tuning in to our special podcast here on breast cancer survivors. I’m honored to have Sarah here with us. I am so amazed at the courage and resilience of our patients and Sarah is a testament to that. We’re going to spend some time talking about how she found out about breast cancer and her experience here at HOAF. Hopefully she had a very positive experience and hopefully has some thoughts for others that are newly diagnosed.READ MORE
HOAF’s new Podcast, Cancer Shop Talk: Behind the Diagnosis with Dr. Vaughn was featured on fredericksburg.com after the launch of Episode 1: Meet the owners of an independent oncology practice. Practice physician and owner Dr. Vaughn launched the podcast in an effort to turn down the fear and turn up the understanding when it comes to a Cancer diagnosis.
Every month Dr. Vaughn brings in patients, caregivers, colleagues, and subject matter experts who discuss their areas of experiences, stories, and advice. We are redefining conversations about cancer through the lens of a community independent oncology practice, Hematology Oncology Associates of Fredericksburg. Read the article feature here.
Meet The Owners of an Independent Oncology Practice
Every month we take you behind one of the most feared medical diagnoses: Cancer. Oncologist Dr. Vaughn brings in patients, caregivers, colleagues, and subject matter experts who turn down the fear and turn up the understanding. We are redefining conversations about cancer through the lens of a community independent oncology practice, Hematology Oncology Associates of Fredericksburg.
Four oncologists share their stories and the motivation behind their decision to become owners of an independent oncology practice in a changing world of medicine and cancer treatment. Meet Dr. Maurer, Dr. Menachery, Dr. Whitehurst, and Dr. Vaughn as they roundtable their path to oncology and the patient-focus behind independent practices.READ MORE
At HOAF we are constantly striving to innovate and deliver the best treatment options in the region. We invest in state-of-the-art technologies and staff to ensure that our patients receive best in class care. Click the link to learn about one of our newest additions, the Flow Cytometer.
As part of Testicular Cancer Awareness month Dr. Maurer joined WTVR CBS 6 News and Virginia This Morning on CBS 6 to discuss the importance of annual physicals and self exams. Click here to watch the full feature and hear more from Dr. Maurer and Men’s Health Advocate and Cancer Survivor, Justin Birckbichler.
Dr. Vaughn and Danielle Chellappoo, MSN, NP-C, AOCNP, joined NewsTalk1230 WFVA Town Talk to share more about cancer treatment that’s close to home and our surveillance clinic. Listen to the full interview here.
Thousands of patrons, volunteers and first responders suffered adverse physical and mental health effects in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. While many have since recovered, others continue to suffer from negative health effects associated with hazardous 9/11 toxic exposure. Watch the video to learn more about how first responders are being treated at practices like HOAF across the country.