North Puget Oncologist Receives Acclaim from Local Publication

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Dr. Nicholas S. Muff, an oncologist from the North Puget Cancer Center at United General Hospital, was recently featured in the Northwest Business Monthly magazine

Dr. Nicholas S. Muff was recently featured in Northwest Business Monthly, the leading business publication in Northwest Washington, for his work in radiation oncology. The article details the combination of cutting edge technology and top-notch bedside care that he has brought to this cancer center. All of his accomplishments led the publication to name Dr. Muff "Top Doctor of the Year" for 2007.

Dr. Muff's accomplishments have not only been noticed by Northwest Business Monthly; he was also awarded the accolade "Top Radiologist" by the Consumer's Research Council of America. The 62-year-old radiation oncologist has been at the United General Hospital for 31 years. Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Muff and his staff, the center has grown to serve a five-county region.

The praise for Dr. Nicholas Muff runs throughout the article, from both patients and staff. The article can be found in the December 2007 issue of Northwest Business Monthly, which serves the Whatcom, Skagit, Island and San Juan counties of Washington.

For more information about the North Puget Cancer Center at United General Hospital, go to http://www.unitedgeneral.org/Page.asp?PageSubid=26&Pageid=2.

About the North Puget Cancer Center at United General Hospital:

Since 1975, the North Puget Cancer Center at United General Hospital has been the only facility in Skagit County to provide comprehensive cancer treatment, including radiation and chemotherapy. In the last 30 years, they have helped thousands of people from all over the region beat their cancer. They have performed more than 480,000 radiation procedures to benefit 11,500 patients.

The North Puget Cancer Center at United General Hospital in Sedro Woolley was founded in 1975 by a dedicated group of doctors and nurses concerned about the increase in cancer cases. With three decades of experience, the North Puget Cancer Center at United General Hospital provides comprehensive cancer care to a five-county region. The facility offers the latest chemotherapy and radiation treatment, as well as a variety of related therapies, and continues to be pioneers in healthcare. In 2004, the center was also the first in the region to offer Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT).

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