Radiation Oncology

How to reach us

514 340-8288

Where to find us

Pavilion G, Room G-002

  • Enter from the Côte-Sainte-Catherine entrance (3755 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road)
  • Immediately, turn LEFT 
  • Take the Pavilion G elevators down to the RC floor
  • Radiation Oncology will be on your LEFT

Pavilion G, Room G-18

  • Enter from the Côte-Sainte-Catherine entrance (3755 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road)
  • Immediately, turn RIGHT
  • Take the stairs down to Radiation Oncology

OR

  • Enter from the Côte-Sainte-Catherine entrance 
  • Immediately, turn LEFT
  • Take the Pavilion G elevators down to the S1 floor
  • Radiation Oncology will be on your RIGHT

Overview

Radiation therapy uses high doses of high-energy radiation to kill cancer cells. It is one of three methods of treatment for cancer, along with chemotherapy and surgery. About 50 per cent of all people with cancer will be treated with radiation. Often combinations of two or all three methods of treatment are used. 

The JGH Division of Radiation Oncology has a staff of over 60 cancer-care professionals, including radiation oncologists, technologists, nurses, medical physicists and an engineer. 

In addition, the division conducts extensive research in the area of radiotherapy, in cooperation with other hospital departments and McGill University. The division is also involved in several national and international clinical research protocols at McGill University.

Services

  • Radiotherapy 
  • Brachytherapy treatments

Chief

Dr. Té Vuong

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