For Patients

We work closely together to provide excellent care for adult and pediatric patients with cancer.

Our physicians combine their comprehensive knowledge and skills with an interdisciplinary team approach to planning and providing care appropriate for each patient. This very precise treatment planning is designed to deliver optimum radiation to tumors and to spare surrounding tissue.

Once planning is completed, very sophisticated technology is marshalled to provide patients with appropriate and highly accurate radiation therapy. At the Department of Radiation Oncology we offer a range of technology not offered anywhere else in Minneapolis–St. Paul.

For a patient referral, consultation, or appointment please contact:

Radiation Oncology Clinic
University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview
First Floor, Room J1208
500 Harvard St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Patient appointment: 612-273-6700

Provider referral: 855-486-7226

Learn more about our providers and care team at the University of Minnesota Medical Center.

Radiation Oncology Clinic

What we offer

We pride ourselves on being among the leaders in advanced technologies for a wide variety of therapeutic radiation treatments. Patients should expect no less. Our technologies include:

  • Tomotherapy
  • Gamma Knife
  • Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) delivers just the right intensity of radiation to the tumor based on its thickness and location.
  • High dose rate brachytherapy (HDR)
  • Stereotactic radiosurgery
  • 3-dimensional conformal radiotherapy
  • Total body radiation
  • Prostate seed implantation

Learn more about our specialties and services

Participate in a study

By participating in clinical trial research, you can help us uncover breakthroughs that will improve care and outcomes for future generations.

Find a clinical trial—Use StudyFinder to search for University of Minnesota studies that need research participants

Volunteer for research studies—through ResearchMatch registry

Find cancer studies through the Masonic Cancer Center

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