Patient Care

The goal of our department is to deliver the best patient care possible. We also aim to improve that "best" constantly by focusing on patients and family, by assessing new therapies in clinical trials, by developing new technologies to guide treatment planning, and by supporting basic research into understanding cancer biology. Each individualized treatment involves a team of each UM faculty physicians and physicists, residents, physician's assistants, nurses, social workers, radiation therapists, medical assistants and dosimetrists who are focused on the patient and their family. We aim to make this difficult time a bit easier by striving to communicate well, to decrease wait times and by having community practices around the state.

For more information or to make an appointment, please call Michigan Medicine at 734-936-4300 or any of our Community Clinics across the state:

  • ALPENA: MidMichigan Health, Alpena Cancer Center: 989-356-7353 or 1-888-356-7151
  • ANN ARBOR: Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan: 734-936-4300
  • ANN ARBOR: VA Healthcare System: 734-845-3914
  • BRIGHTON: Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan: 734-936-4300
  • GRAND RAPIDS: Lacks Cancer Center: 616-685-6218
  • NOVI: Providence Assarian Cancer Center: 248-465-4300
  • SOUTHFIELD: Providence Cancer Center: 248-849-3321
  • WYOMING: Metro Health, University of Michigan Health: 616-252-8180

3Ps: Prevention, Preparedness, Progress
Michigan Medicine radiation oncologist, Robert Dess talks about radiation therapy options for prostate cancer patients. Areas of focus include external beam and internal (brachytherapy) radiation.
3Ps: Prevention, Preparedness, Progress
Michigan Medicine radiation oncologist, Shruti Jolly gives an audio interview on radiation therapy. Topics include safety, types of treatments, equipment and the team of people behind a radiation treatment plan.

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