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Frequently Asked Questions about Cancer

A doctor who has had special training in using radiation to treat disease, known as a Radiation Oncologist, will prescribe the type and amount of treatment that is required in your individual case.

Radiation Oncology, however, is a team approach and many professionals are involved in the planning and delivery of your treatment.  Your radiation team includes:

A Medical Physicist, who makes sure that the equipment is working properly and that the right dose of radiation is delivered;

A Dosimetrist, who works closely with your Radiation Oncologist and Medical Physicist to develop your treatment plan;

A Radiation Oncology Nurse/Nurse Practitioner, who provides nursing care and helps you learn about treatment and how to manage side effects;

A Radiation Therapist, who sets you up every day on the treatment table and operates the radiation equipment under the supervision of your Radiation Oncologist and Medical Physicist.

Convenient Location

WellSpring Oncology is easily accessible from anywhere in the Tampa Bay Area. We also have plenty of free parking.

WellSpring Oncology
6600 Sixty Sixth Street North
Pinellas Park, FL 33781

(727) 343-0600

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