TROY, Mich. – Feb. 11, 2013 – 21st Century Oncology of Michigan, a division of Michigan Healthcare Professionals, announces the opening of a new, comprehensive cancer treatment center in Troy within the UnaSource Health Comprehensive Medical Campus. Using an integrated approach, the center will provide top-quality care, offering patients the latest cancer treatment advances, and a unified team of medical professionals—working together across multiple specialties to help patients. The center will begin seeing patients Monday, Feb. 11, 2013.
“Opening a comprehensive oncology center in Troy will provide enhanced convenience for nearby patients, providing excellent cancer care in a convenient, outpatient setting,” says Dr. Larry Kestin, Medical Director for 21st
Century Oncology in Michigan. “Our team of expert physicians will care for patients in Troy with the same dedication they’ve exhibited throughout our existing facilities in the region.”
The new cancer center will be part of the largest area network of physicians, a select 300-doctor group with world-renowned specialists in breast, lung, prostate, gynecologic and urologic cancers. The team of 21st
Century Oncology physicians practicing there are considered to be national leaders in their respective fields, including John Vito Antonucci, M.D., Ahmed E. Ezz, M.D., Jeffrey D. Forman, M.D., Michael I. Ghilezan, M.D., Ph.D., Larry L. Kestin, M.D., Alvaro A. Martinez, M.D., Kay T. Miller, M.D., Madhu C. Patel, M.D., and Frank A. Vicini, M.D.
“We will be opening our facility in the UnaSource building where other healthcare professionals in various specialties, including medical oncologists offering chemotherapy, already practice,” explains Dr. Jeffrey Forman, 21st
Century Oncology of Michigan Board Certified Radiation Oncologist. “All of these capabilities within a single building make us one of the most inclusive cancer centers in Michigan.”
The facility will include a comprehensive breast care program, with accelerated partial breast irradiation, as well as multidisciplinary clinics for breast, lung, genitourinary and gastrointestinal cancers, designed to assist patients in determining the best treatment options for their specific needs. Multidisciplinary specialty clinics provide comprehensive, coordinated care for patients with complex diseases. This increasingly lauded cancer care model has been shown to improve clinical outcomes and enhance care.
“We believe that by integrating multiple aspects of cancer care, such as advanced imaging capabilities, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, all in one conveniently-located building, patients benefit immensely,” shares Dr. Michael Ghilezan, 21st
Century Oncology of Michigan Board Certified Radiation Oncologist. “With our talented team under one roof, care choices are made based on shared decision making with the patient; considering evidence, physician experience, and patient lifestyle factors.”
Century Oncology of Michigan will continue to offer patients exceptional care and advanced treatment modalities across the six existing treatment centers in the Southeast Michigan region. The new center will be located at 4550 Investment Drive, Suite B 111, Troy, MI 48098.
For more information, visit www.21stCenturyOncology.com or www.21COncologyMichigan.com. To make an appointment, call (248) 952-5019.
About 21st Century Oncology:
Century Oncology is the foremost provider of cancer care services across multiple modalities, and the largest radiation oncology provider. For more than 30 years, 21st
Century Oncology has been committed to providing state-of-the-art, academic quality radiation therapy and other cancer treatments in a patient-centric setting focused on continuous innovation. Headquartered in Fort Myers, Florida, the physician-led company operates in 16 states and 7 countries, with an extensive network of more than 500 centers, with over half of the locations in the United States, including approximately 100 radiation therapy facilities. 21st
Century Oncology employs or is affiliated with hundreds of physicians, including radiation oncologists and other cancer-related specialists—working together to deliver the most advanced integrated cancer care.