The Department of Radiation Oncology at the Medical College of Wisconsin has received the distinction of being a Radiation Oncology Accredited Facility through the American College of Radiology. This means that our department has the staff, expertise, and equipment to treat every type of cancer within our practice. The Department of Radiation Oncology consists of 17 physicians, 13 physicists, 1 physician assistant, 2 advance practice nurse practitioners, 8 medical residents, 4 physics residents, 5 physics postdoctoral fellows, 1 research associate, 12 administrative staff and an internationally acclaimed radiation biology lab.
Annually, our department sees approximately 2,400 consults/year, 8,000 follow-ups/year and does 30,000 procedures/year. The top diagnoses seen our department include prostate, breast, lung, head and neck and gynecologic cancers.
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Dr. Adam Currey was recently awarded a grant from the Froedtert Foundation’s Dr. Nancy Laning Sobczak Fund for Breast Cancer for his research A Phase II Study of MRI-Based Pre-Operative Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation. This program was made possible through the generous support from grateful patients and donors. If you would like to learn how you can support this program, please contact the Froedtert Hospital Foundation at 414-805-2699.