Scott D.M. Moon, MD
Medical Director, Radiation Oncology Operations
Dr. Scott Moon is Medical Director of The Queen's Medical Center's Radiation Oncology Department. He is responsible for developing and organizing the clinical standards, protocols, clinical services and quality management for the department. He also serves as Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery for the University of Hawaii. John A. Burns School of Medicine and Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor for the University of Hawaii Cancer Center. As a board-certified radiation oncologist, Dr. Moon's special interests include breast, central nervous system, skin/sarcoma, lung and gastrointestinal tract cancers.
Dr. Moon found his interest in oncology in part while witnessing close family members afflicted with the disease. He watched as breast cancer claimed the life of his maternal grandmother while in her 70s and witnessed the death of his paternal grandfather, a non-smoker, who died of lung cancer in his 50s. These personal stories color Dr. Moon’s approach to treating those afflicted by cancer with purpose and commitment.
Dr. Moon and his family have deep roots in the Wahiawa community. Dr. Moon is a graduate of Leilehua High School and is grandson to Duke’s Clothing founders, Duke and Mary Moon. Whenever possible, Dr. Moon enjoys playing tennis with his wife and two sons.
Education & Training
Medical School: University of Hawaii at Manoa, John A. Burns School of Medicine
Residency: University of Maryland
- Board Certified Radiation Oncologist
- American Board of Radiology
Fellowhips:University of Maryland, Department of Radiation Oncology