UCLA Radiation Oncology
Advancing the field of radiation oncology with bench-to-bedside research and care.
About UCLA Radiation Oncology
The UCLA Department of Radiation Oncology pushes back the boundaries that limit ordinary clinical cancer treatment through the application of thoughtful discovery-based, novel treatment strategies.
Our faculty and staff are dedicated to delivering conscientious and compassionate care for our patients while offering attentive support to our patient's families. You will find that our "patient centered" approach is complimented by our mission to advance treatment through research and its translation to patient care.
Find Your Care
To find out more about our radiation oncology services at UCLA Health and make an appointment, contact us:
Westwood - 310-825-9775
Santa Clarita - 661-287-0010
Santa Monica - 424-259-8777
Downtown LA - 213-744-1460
Meet the Team
Our team delivers exceptional patient care and conducts a wide variety of internationally recognized research projects.
The UCLA Radiation Oncology Clinic's goal is to provide you with fast, easy access to the physicians and services at UCLA.
How You Can Help
There has never been a more opportune time in medical history for making rapid significant advances in cancer treatment.
The Department of Radiation Oncology is home to a robust team of researchers and clinicians who work tirelessly to advance patient care through research supported by external grant funding, industry partnerships, and university wide collaborative efforts.
The Department of Radiation Oncology at UCLA has a long-standing tradition of excellence in the training of practitioners, educators and/or scientific investigators in the broad field of oncology as well as it's many site-specific specialties. Many of our trainees are now in leadership roles both here and at institutions across the world.
If your cancer can be treated with radiation, you will be referred to a radiation oncologist - a doctor who specializes in treating patients with radiation therapy. Your radiation oncologist will work with your primary care doctor and other cancer specialists, such as surgeons and medical oncologists, to oversee your care. He or she will discuss the details of your cancer with you, the role of radiation therapy in your overall treatment plan and what to expect from your treatment.
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Our simple aim is to improve the lives of our patients. We have a burning desire to improve patient care through research, learning and teaching. This is our mission. It is a mission we share with our patients and with a world dedicated to progress towards the cure of cancer.
Radiation Oncology Care at UCLA Health
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