Welcome to Sea Island Medical Oncology
at the Keyserling Cancer Center
Sea Island Medical Oncology is a private oncology practice located in Beaufort Memorial Hospital’s Keyserling Cancer Center. Our goal is to give each patient the very best care with personalized treatment plans in a warm and professional environment. An affiliation with Duke University Medical Center provides quality standards and future access to clinical trials in order to offer area residents the latest in cancer treatment close to home. Dr. Chahin is the medical director of Sea Island Medical Oncology.
Dr. Majd Chahin has been practicing oncology for 11 years in Beaufort as the director of Sea Island Medical Oncology. He attended Tishreen Medical University, Lutheran Medical Center for internal medicine fellowship, and Emory University for his oncology/hematology fellowship. He is the primary investigator in several ongoing clinical trials and works closely with area physicians and surgeons to ensure quality service at Sea Island Medical Oncology and throughout the area. He is medical director of BMH’s oncology program and the vice chief of staff.
Dr. Chahin is a member of the American Medical Association, Southern Medical Association, South Carolina Medical Association, Southern Association of Oncology, American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Society of Hematology, and the Royal Society of Medicine.
Dr. James M. Hall has joined Dr. Chahin at Sea Island Cancer Center to provide medical oncology and hematology services. He board certified in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology.. Dr. Hall is a graduate of The University of Wisconsin, Marquette School of Medicine, and served as a flight surgeon in the US Air Force. He attended the Medical college of Wisconsin for his Hematology/Oncology fellowship.
He is a member of the American College of Physicians, American Society of Hematology, and National Association of Hospice Physicians. Dr. Hall has obtained privileges at Beaufort Memorial Hospital and is available for consultation and referral.
The 25, 00 square foot facility houses a state of the art linear accelerator, as well as other computerize hardware and software to ensure that cancer center patients receive the latest and best in radiation treatment. Radiation therapy and medical oncology at one location allow patients to receive complete therapy at one location, reducing the need for patients to travel. Broad based community support as played a critical role in making the Cancer center a reality. Half the project costs were underwritten through gifts and grants, primarily through local residents. Not only was the facility designed with the guidance of Duke University, but BMH also partnered with Duke to incorporate a healing arts approach to the Center. Take a virtual tour of our facility .
Duke University Medical Center is ranked among the top treatment sites in the nation. Through affiliation with Duke, Beaufort memorial’s goal for the Keyserling Cancer Center is to have it designated a Community Hospital Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons. This plan is rapidly moving forward.