Radiation Oncology

Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Radiation Oncology Center features state-of-the-art radiation therapy systems designed to target and treat tumors.

Radiation Oncology

818 Oak Street, Brockton, MA 02301

Our team is comprised of some of the area’s most experienced and highly accomplished radiation therapy professionals who expertly guide each patient through every step of treatment and recovery. Good Samaritan Radiation Oncology Center features state-of-the-art radiation therapy equipment. The staff is committed to the wellbeing of every patient, providing compassionate care in a comfortable, and supportive environment close to home. Our team is comprised of some of the area’s most experienced and highly accomplished radiation therapy professionals who will expertly guide you through each step of your treatment and recovery process.  

We are partnered with Alliance Oncology, a leading national provider of radiation therapy services. Alliance Oncology has assembled leaders in the field of radiation oncology to develop, implement, and direct clinical aspects of our radiation oncology program with the goal of optimizing patient care and creating a culture of clinical excellence. 

Advanced Technology
Our center offers two new cutting-edge medical systems designed to treat tumors with greater precision while preserving as much healthy tissue as possible.

  • Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT): IMRT is a type of radiation treatment whereby the radiation beam is carefully sculpted around a patient's anatomy. Compared to conventional radiation therapy, IMRT provides more precise targeting of the tumor and greater sparing of surrounding normal organs.
  • Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT): IGRT is a technique used to track the internal movement of a patient's anatomy by imaging the patient each day during treatment and making fine positioning adjustments.
  • Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT): SBRT uses advanced imaging techniques to deliver a targeted radiation dose to a tumor. The radiation is focused on the tumor with millimeter precision. The result is that less healthy tissue gets damaged by the radiation. Preserving healthy tissue is important for cancer patients whose tumors are near or in essential organs.
  • 3-D Conformal Therapy: The treatment plans are developed using a 3-D conformal technique. Using a CT scan, which allows 3-D visualization of the tumor and surrounding normal tissues, as well as a very sophisticated computer system, the physicians and physicists customize the shape of the radiation beams to the tumor's specific size and shape.

Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Cancer Care Program is accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (CoC). Accreditation demonstrates a commitment to providing high-quality, multidisciplinary, patient-centered care. 

Our Radiation Oncology Program is Accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) — The ACR seal of accreditation represents the highest level of quality and patient safety.

Comprehensive Cancer Program

Radiation Oncology: (508) 427-2900
Surgical Oncology: (508) 427-2900
Breast Center: (774) 568-8534 

Millie Moynihan Cancer Resource Center

Our resource center provides a full range of education and support materials for patients and their families. Information about local cancer support services is also available. The Cancer Resource Center is located at 818 Oak Street, Brockton, MA 02301. Call (508) 427-2900 for more information.


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Radiation Therapy Team
Radiation therapy is an important part of many cancer patients' total treatment plan. During radiation treatments, carefully targeted and measured doses of radiation are administered to your body.
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