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City of Hope Radiation Oncology - Arcadia

 
To make an appointment or for more information, please contact us at 626-574-3657.
 
City of Hope Radiation Oncology – Arcadia
301 W. Huntington Drive, Arcadia
 
City of Hope is now providing radiation oncology services in Arcadia (at the previous Arcadia Methodist Hospital site).   
 
Working closely with Arcadia Methodist, one of Southern California’s premier hospitals, City of Hope expands its ability to provide care to patients in the community.  City of Hope Radiation Oncology is committed to providing quality radiation therapy services.
 

Arcadia Radiation Oncology

City of Hope Radiation Oncology - Arcadia

 
To make an appointment or for more information, please contact us at 626-574-3657.
 
City of Hope Radiation Oncology – Arcadia
301 W. Huntington Drive, Arcadia
 
City of Hope is now providing radiation oncology services in Arcadia (at the previous Arcadia Methodist Hospital site).   
 
Working closely with Arcadia Methodist, one of Southern California’s premier hospitals, City of Hope expands its ability to provide care to patients in the community.  City of Hope Radiation Oncology is committed to providing quality radiation therapy services.
 
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Watch:   Jeffrey Wong, M.D., chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology describes the innovative treatment and technology options for cancer patients.
City of Hope provides academic instruction for physicians in our Radiation Oncology Residency Program - a four-year Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education accredited. The overall goal of the program is to train physicians to be outstanding radiation oncologists and to provide graduates with a solid foundation in translational and clinical research.
 
This program is designed to offer a full curriculum that incorporates both didactic and clinical elements that are reflective of contemporary practice in radiation therapy today.
 
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