Clinic Hours: 7am-5pm
The Radiation Oncology clinic at the Brighton Center for Specialty Care opened in September 2018 and quickly developed into a busy clinical practice. Our location and user-friendly building and parking layout provides patients to the north of Ann Arbor easy and convenient access to Michigan Medicine Radiation Oncology care closer to home. As part of the Rogel Cancer Center at BCSC, our clinic is also home to other oncology services, including multiple Medical Oncology clinics (Breast, Thoracic, Gastrointestinal, Genitourinary, and Melanoma), Surgical Oncology clinics (Breast, Thoracic, and, Genitourinary), and Gynecologic Oncology; allowing many of our patients to receive comprehensive, multidisciplinary oncology care in one convenient location.
At BCSC Radiation Oncology, we view ourselves as an extension of University Hospital Radiation Oncology, offering nearly all external beam radiation therapy services available at UH, including intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT)/volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT), image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT), and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT). We also employ the same cutting-edge technology utilized at UH, such as 4D-CT simulation, SDX™ breath-hold technology, 6 degree of freedom treatment table, and flattening-filter-free photon beam treatment, to name a few. We also have available a number of clinical trials offered through the Rogel Cancer Center, that eligible patients can enroll in without traveling to the main hospital campus.
Most importantly, patients who come to BCSC will find that the clinic’s biggest asset is the caring and compassionate closely-knit Radiation Oncology team. We have a wonderful group of radiation oncologists, physician assistants, physicists, dosimetrists, radiation therapists, nurses, and medical assistants, all of whom share the goal of taking the best possible care of our patients.