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IMG_1293 2.JPGUAB Radiation Oncology offers a wide range of advanced treatment techniques in radiation therapy including triggered imaging radiosurgery, medical dosimetry, three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy, brachytherapy, external beam radiation therapy, image-guided radiotherapy, intensity modulated radiation therapy, radioisotope therapy, stereotactic body radiation therapy, total body irradiation and total skin irradiation.

In keeping with our position as an academic medical center, UAB’s research is at the forefront of medicine, providing our patients with the latest and most innovative medical treatment and technology. Our physicians treat patients with state-of-the-art technology that can precisely target tumors while sparing healthy tissue.

Our physicians, nurses, and clinical staff create and encourage a supportive and caring environment for patients. They strive to meet the needs of each patient individually while considering what life might look and feel like in each stage of their radiation treatment care. Our team encourages patients to take an active and informed role in their health and treatment, tailoring care plans and education to the patient’s individual needs.

When we care for our patients, we strive to meet our primary goal of delivering the highest quality of clinical care, but we also recognize that how we deliver those outcomes determines the overall quality of your interactions with us. When we work in the laboratory, we realize that your families and our future generations are counting on us to create novel clinical solutions to today’s health problems.

When we teach tomorrow’s healthcare professionals, we are shaping tomorrow’s leaders in clinical care and in research.

UAB Radiation Oncology clinicians are at the forefront of modern medicine. Our work alongside the greatest medical minds of today, in addition to our training of the physicians and researchers of tomorrow, positions us as well-versed leaders in today’s latest clinical practices and in the creation of promising treatment options for tomorrow.