Research shows that when patients travel to receive quality cancer care, treatment is less effective. That is why SERO’s providers are proud to offer sophisticated and convenient radiotherapy services in Iredell County at Lake Norman Radiation Oncology Center.
Radiation Cancer Care in Mooresville, NC
Our Radiation Services in Mooresville, NC
How to Schedule an Appointment
Are you trying to decide if radiotherapy is right for you? If so, meet with one of our skilled radiation oncologists. To schedule a consultation, call 704-333-7376 or complete this form. The Department of Radiation Oncology at your nearest SERO location will contact you as soon as possible.
If you are a current patient at Lake Norman Radiation Oncology Center, call 980-302-7070 to communicate with your cancer care team.
Directions to Lake Norman Radiation Oncology Center
Lake Norman Radiation Oncology Center (170 Medical Park Road, Suite 101, Mooresville, NC) provides the greater Charlotte area with the most advanced radiation oncology treatment and planning systems.
The practice, formerly known as Lake Norman Oncology, is located ten minutes from downtown Mooresville near Lake Norman Regional Medical Center.
Because of this central location, Lake Norman Radiation Oncology Center provides convenient access from Davidson, Sherrills Ford, Statesville, Denver, China Grove, and Landis. From Statesville, for instance, patients can expect a quick, 20-minute commute via I-77 South. Davidson is even closer — just ten minutes via NC-115 North.
Who We Treat
SERO’s radiation oncologists at Lake Norman Radiation Oncology Center offer comprehensive cancer care and compassionate support to patients in Iredell County. They effectively treat a variety of cancers – from lung cancer to brain tumors – using localized radiotherapy techniques.
Depending on a patient’s cancer type and stage, radiotherapy may be the only treatment modality needed. More often, however, radiation is partnered with another intervention like chemotherapy or surgery. As an adjuvant therapy, radiation is used after chemotherapy to kill remaining cancer cells. As a neoadjuvant therapy, radiation is used before chemotherapy to shrink cancerous lesions.
During your initial radiotherapy consultation, your provider will work with you and other medical professionals to determine an appropriate cancer treatment plan.
Our Award-Winning Providers
Our board-certified physicians are dedicated to improving the prognoses of Iredell County cancer patients. These medical professionals are equipped with resources available through Novant Health and decades of experience. SERO’s radiation oncologists have attended some of the country’s best medical schools, and many have conducted cutting-edge oncology research to develop advanced treatment options.