While a cancer diagnosis is life-changing, an effective cancer treatment plan can be life-saving. That is why SERO is proud to collaborate with Atrium Health – Levine Cancer Institute – University Radiation Therapy Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, to provide convenient and comprehensive radiotherapy to University City cancer patients.
Radiation Cancer Care in Charlotte, NC
Our Radiation Services in University City
At SERO, we believe every patient deserves an individualized approach. With this in mind, we offer a variety of radiotherapy techniques, including:
How to Schedule an Appointment
Cancer does not wait. Acute lymphoblastic leukemia, for instance, can develop and spread within weeks.
Understanding that time makes all the difference, SERO calls new patients back within 24 hours. To schedule a timely 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 Levine Cancer Institute – University Radiation Therapy Center patients should call (704) 547-8762
Directions to Atrium Health – Levine Cancer Institute – University Radiation Therapy Center
Atrium Health – Levine Cancer Institute – University Radiation Therapy Center (8800 North Tryon Street, Suite 500, Charlotte, NC) is committed to providing the most advanced and effective treatment modalities to Charlotte patients. Located in Atrium Health University City, the cancer center is 20 minutes from the heart of Charlotte and just a one-minute walk from the campus of UNC Charlotte.
Traveling from Uptown Charlotte, Levine Cancer Institute – University Radiation Therapy Center is easily accessed using I-77 North and I-85 North. From Harrisburg, the facility is just a 12-minute drive via NC-49 South. The center is also close to Huntersville – a 20-minute commute using I-485 and I-85 South.
Questions for Your Doctor
SERO’s providers understand cancer treatment can be very confusing. You probably have many questions about radiation therapy, like whether or not you will experience lasting side effects or if your therapy will be effective. These are both valid concerns that your radiation oncologist will address during the initial consultation.
During this meeting, your radiation oncologist will review your medical history and any imaging tests to decide if radiotherapy is an effective treatment option. However, this is also an opportunity for you to decide if radiation therapy is the right fit. To do so, SERO encourages patients to ask lots of questions.
For example, you may ask:
- What kind of radiation therapy will I receive?
- Will I experience any short-term or long-term side effects?
- How often will I undergo radiation therapy?
- Will I need second-line treatments such as chemotherapy or surgery?
The medical professionals at Atrium Health – Levine Cancer Institute – University Radiation Therapy Center will do their best to provide the resources you need to make an informed decision about your cancer treatment.
Reach out to us online to learn more about our radiation oncology services offered at Atrium Health – Levine Cancer Institute – University Radiation Therapy Center.