New Jersey Center for Radiation Oncology

Why Choose Us?

The Radiation Oncology Program at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospitals in New Jersey is accredited by the American College of Radiology and offers a full range of radiotherapy modalities, state-of-the-art imaging technology, advanced protocols, and individualized treatment planning. Our staff of highly specialized, fellowship-trained, board-certified radiation physicians and therapists combine various forms of treatment such as IMRT, TomoTherapy, brachytherapy, chemotherapy, and vaccine therapies for the most complex cases. Patients also benefit from ongoing clinical, translational and basic science research provided by RWUH being an academic medical center. RWJUH is the flagship hospital for Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey–the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the state.

Radiation Oncology Treatments

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital offers a full range of cancer treatments such as bone marrow transplants, cranial and extracranial radiosurgery, high-dose-rate and low-dose-rate brachytherapy, total body irradiation, and total skin electron beam therapy. Thanks to our partnership with Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, RWJUH also offers many patients access to exciting new treatments that are not available at most other hospitals in New Jersey.

RWJUH offers a wide range of the most modern, effective radiation technologies at our campuses in New Brunswick and Somerset including:

Radiation Oncology Specialists

Our Radiation Oncologists not only have extensive training in cancer medicine and the safe use of radiation to treat disease, they are sub-specialized in specific types of cancers, including:

Just as no two cancers are exactly alike, neither are the strategies for treating them. Physicians and nurses at RWJUH are not just specialists — they are subspecialists in their respective fields. As such, they know what treatments are most likely to produce the best results, depending on many variables.