CaroMont Health – Lincoln Cancer Center
440 McAlister Road
Lincolnton, NC 28092
Radiation Cancer Care in Lincolnton, NC
The days and weeks following a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. To offer some reassurance, SERO’s providers at CaroMont Health – Lincoln Cancer Center take the time to walk you through your cancer treatment plan, answering any questions you may have about radiation therapy.
Our Radiation Oncology Services
At SERO, we believe Lincoln County patients deserve the very best. That is why we offer a variety of effective and sophisticated radiation services, such as:
- External Beam Radiation Therapy
- Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT)
- HDR Brachytherapy
- Cyberknife Radiation
- Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)
- Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)
How to Schedule an Appointment
Radiotherapy is effective in treating many different kinds of cancers. But to determine if this form of cancer treatment is appropriate for you, you must consult a SERO provider.
To schedule a consultation, call (704) 333-7376 or complete this form.
After completing the radiation consultation request form, the Department of Radiation Oncology at your preferred SERO location will contact you.
Current Lincoln Cancer Center patients should call (704) 671-9450.
Directions to CaroMont Health – Lincoln Cancer Center
CaroMont Health – Lincoln Cancer Center (440 McAlister Road, Lincolnton, NC) is located close to Lincolnton landmarks like the Betty G. Ross Park and the Lincoln County Airport. This beautiful facility is convenient for patients traveling from Cornelius, Huntersville, Hickory, and Catawba.
From the north or south, take the Highway 24/150 exit off Highway 321, then drive east on Highway 150. Turn left at the CMC-Lincoln hospital sign onto Medical Center Drive, then turn right onto McAlister Road. The Lincoln Cancer Center is located on your right at that intersection.
Driving east or west on Highway 150, turn at the CMC-Lincoln hospital sign onto Medical Center Drive, and then turn right onto McAlister Road. The Lincoln Cancer Center is located on your right at that intersection.
What to Expect From Radiation Therapy
Many patients are confused by radiation therapy, especially if providers explain it using oncology terminology. But in basic terms, radiotherapy is a cancer treatment that relies on high-energy waves to kill cancer cells.
Since radiation is localized and non-invasive, there are no severe side effects. However, some patients do experience skin irritation like swelling, dryness, itchiness, and flaking. Before treatment, your radiation oncologist can suggest tips for caring for your skin during radiation.
Your Cancer Care Team in Lincolnton
In the wake of your cancer diagnosis, you will be matched with a care team. This care team consists of SERO’s skilled radiation oncologists and other medical professions like physicians and nurses. But the most important member of your care team is you. Though doctors will make recommendations, you ultimately choose your treatment plan.
Reach out to us online to learn more about our radiation oncology services offered at CaroMont Health – Lincoln Cancer Center.