Oncology Services

Medical Oncology

This sub-specialty of internal medicine involves chemotherapy and other non-radiation and non-surgical treatments for cancer. Often, the medical oncologist will direct cancer treatment for adult patients. Medical Oncologists are available at St. Vincent's Riverside and Southside to provide patients with the latest medical treatments and to collaborate with other physicians on the treatment team.

Radiation Oncology

The radiation oncology team at St. Vincent's includes experienced physicians, a radiation physicist, radiation therapists, and radiation therapy nurses. Treatments include 3-D planning, the latest in digital linear accelerators for precision radiotherapy, and special procedures like IMRT, IGRT, brachytherapy, prostate seed implants, external beam radiation treatments, and more.

Gynecologic Oncology

This subspecialty is for the treatment of cancers found in a woman's reproductive system. St. Vincent's HealthCare offers a dedicated inpatient unit, highly trained physicians, medical professionals, and patient support programs.

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Cancer Annual Report 2014

Each year the SVHC Cancer Committee prepares an annual report to the community highlighting the services, incident analysis, and major sites treated the previous year. Download the latest copy of this report here

Colon Case Study
St. Vincent's HealthCare seeking volunteers for colon cancer prevention study


Anyone who qualifies for the study and is interested in participating should contact Sue Kreichelt, a St. Vincent’s cancer research nurse, at (904) 308-8634.


More information about the study available here.

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