Radiation Oncology

Collaboration is the hallmark of the St. Vincent's cancer program. Our dedicated Cancer Center clinical specialists work together to diagnose and plan treatments for patients through a unique clinical process that provides patients with the benefit of a thorough and thoughtful therapy recommendation. Continuously, the Cancer Center has received the Five Star Award for Overall Patient Satisfaction, placing them in the top 10% nationally for excellent patient care.

The Mary Virginia Terry Cancer Center is located on the St. Vincent's Medical Center campus with convenient same building access to include Medical Oncology and the American Cancer Society, all connected by the Walk of Hope.  

In addition to our fully certified and licensed clinical professional staff, a full time dedicated Radiation Oncologist, Medical Physicist, Associate Physicist, Registered Dietitian, and Patient Advocate are located on site. The Cancer Center's patient registration, billing, and transcription are processed independently within the department.

The Radiation Oncology staff operates in a fully digital department including IGRT, Record and Verify application, and EMR applications. Other computer applications are Mosaiq, Pinnacle, PACS, and Cerner Millenium.

Professional Growth Opportunities 

St. Vincent's HealthCare Radiation Oncology staff has the opportunity for professional and personal growth opportunities by participating in department specific meetings, such as Peer Review, Mortality / Morbidity, Quality Improvement, Process Improvement, and Capital Equipment purchases. A multidiscipline Breast Clinic Program is held on site and staff can participate in St. Vincent’s Cancer Clinic and Tumor Board. Staff also has the opportunity to attend Cancer Conferences to obtain CEUs.

Radiation Oncology Quick Links

American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
American Association of Physicists in Medicine
American Association of Medical Dosimetry