Hawaii Cancer Care Partners with Cardinal Healthcare Group

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FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS – 06-24-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Hawaii Cancer Care, based in Honolulu has chosen healthcare consulting and recruiting firm Cardinal Healthcare Group to assist in adding physicians to their group.  Hawaii Cancer care is a 6 physician group led by renowned oncologist Dr. Jonathan Cho.  Dr. Cho has been in practice Oahu since 1991, and is widely considered one of the top oncologists in the Hawaii.  Hawaii Cancer Care serves Oahu in five clinics throughout the island.  Cardinal Healthcare Group’s Joe Goddard recently visited the group in Oahu to launch the project.  He stated “the group needs to recruit due to patient demand, and expansion due to their thriving practice growth.  We are very honored to work with such an amazing group of oncology providers, and will do our best to bring blue-chip oncologists to serve the people of Oahu.”

Cardinal Healthcare Group, based in Arkansas, is a healthcare provider recruiting and consulting firm that serves about 500 clients nationwide.  Cardinal works with some of the most elite names in the healthcare industry, and provides a full-service approach to recruitment. Cardinal Healthcare Group is owned a managed by Joe Goddard.

(for more information on Hawaii Cancer care please see HawaiiCancerCare.com and for more information Cardinal please see Cardgrp.com)

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