The Radiation Therapy Center in Augusta is a free-standing regional facility located on campus at Augusta University Medical Center. As part of Augusta University, the center is an open staff community cancer treatment center for the state of Georgia.
The 25,672 square foot facility houses three Varian linear accelerators, an Oldelft conventional simulator, a superficial unit, and various treatment planning computer systems. All treatments are carefully monitored and logged on a networked VARIS system. The center is also fortunate to have a Picker AcQsim CT and virtual simulator on site, which is coupled with a state-of-the-art ADAC Pinnacle3 three dimensional treatment planning system. The inauguration of this equipment in 1996 has helped place the Georgia Radiation Center at the leading edge of quality patient care.
The patient population includes private, state, military, and Department of Veterans Affairs referrals. More than 1000 new patients are treated at the center each year.
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Therapist on-call 24/7 for emergency treatments
Whether you live in Augusta’s River Region or anywhere else in the southeast, Augusta University Medical Center is easy to get to. We are located in downtown Augusta, Georgia off of Georgia’s main highway I-20.
There is no charge for visitor parking in any of the decks or lots on campus. Augusta University Health is, however, not responsible for loss from or damage to vehicles. The visitors' deck offers convenient access to the main entrance.
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