Atlanta, GA. (PRWEB) September 10, 2008
Board Certified Radiation Oncologist Dr. Chad Levitt, has joined the North Georgia Radiation Oncology Center, Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia's Cumming facility located on Haw Creek Parkway. No stranger to the Forsyth County area having lived most of his life in Flowery Branch, Dr. Levitt and his wife Alisha have moved back 'home.'
Prior to joining RCOG, Dr. Levitt was in private practice in Denver, Colorado, and then at a private practice cancer center in Melbourne, Florida.
Dr. Levitt received his doctorate of medicine from the Emory University School of Medicine, completed an internship in internal medicine at Exempla St. Joseph's Hospital in Denver, had IMRT training at the Emory School of Medicine and completed his residency in radiation oncology also at Emory.
Dr. Levitt is a member of a number of medical professional organizations and has chaired the Technologic Advisory Committee at RMCC. He has special interests in utilizing technology to improve patient education as well as treatment precision.
Dr. Levitt is proficient in SBRT/IGRT, Linac-based stereotactic radiosurgery, Cyberknife radiosurgery, CT/Flouro based and PET-CT based treatment planning, and has extensive brachytherapy experience in a number of areas. He specializes in head & neck, breast, GI, GYN, lung, prostate and other cancers.
The North Georgia Radiation Oncology Center is one of seven treatment facilities located in metropolitan Atlanta area and is part of Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia's network of cancer treatment clinics. On staff at each clinic to assist men, women and their families through cancer treatment are highly trained board certified radiation oncologists, skilled radiation therapists, medical physicists, dosimetrists, a social worker, insurance counselors, patient representatives and professional ancillary staffs.
For more information or an appointment with Dr. Levitt, please call 678-947-0457.
About Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia:
Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia is the exclusive source for ProstRcision. Each year hundreds of men travel to receive prostate cancer treatment in Atlanta, Georgia from RCOG. Dr. Frank Critz, is founder and medical director of Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia and a leading authority on prostate cancer treatment. Dr. Critz is also director of Prostate Cancer Research at RCOG and has authored 71 peer-reviewed research papers that have been presented and/or published in major medical meetings or medical journals on prostate cancer.