GW Radiation Oncology Center

CT scan

The GW Radiation Oncology Center provides advanced diagnostic and 

Program Features

  • Treatment schedules that meet your schedule and needs
  • Advanced medical diagnostic equipment for optimal precision, speed and convenience
  • A spacious, welcoming environment that will make you feel comfortable and at ease
  • Patient navigators to help you through the process and ensure that the care you receive is personalized to your needs
  • Interpreter services for patients who do not speak English
  • Nutritional support to help you learn to eat healthy meals.


Advanced Medical Technology Lets Us Provide Advanced Care

At the GW Radiation Oncology Center, our advanced imaging and radiosurgery technology

Our advanced technology includes the GE Optima CT and the Varian
Truebeam STx.
The GE Optima CT580 W is
high-resolution CT imaging
technology, offering:
• Crystal clarity for outstanding
images with exceptional clarity
• Lightning fast speed for more
comfortable exams and reduced
chances of patient motion
• Advanced table design with
ability to scan clearly from
head to toe.
• Convenient for patients of all
sizes, including larger patients
weighing up to 650 pounds

TrueBeam™ STx Radiosurgery System

The TrueBeam™ STx system from Varian Medical Systems is one of the
latest, most advanced radiotherapy technologies available for treating
cancer. Based on years of research, the revolutionary technology of the
TrueBeam STx allows clinicians to tailor a patient's treatments for their
particular type of cancer.
Innovative, intelligent and intuitive, the TrueBeam STx provides fast,
powerful, non-invasive cancer treatments, giving oncologists the power to
manage challenging cancers with unparalleled ease and precision.

Greater precision means better results.

Cancer Center Radiation Oncology Center GW Hospital
GW provides exemplary clinical services for prompt detection, diagnosis and treatment as well as support programs and follow-up care for many types of cancers.
Radiology Radiation Oncology Center GW Hospital
Radiologists at GW Hospital can interpret imaging studies, act as consultants to other specialists and perform interventional procedures.
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GW Radiation Oncology Center
22nd & I Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20037

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