Robert Lavey, M.D., M.P.H., a Radiation Oncologist at Wood County Hospital, joined us for a live web chat to answer your questions and give advice on cancer-related topics and explain how the new technology in Wood County improves patient outcomes.
Dr. Lavey, medical director of the Cancer Care Center at Wood County Hospital in Bowling Green, is a board-certified Radiation Oncologist, which means he is a physician who specializes in using radiation to kill cancer.
About the Cancer Care Center at Wood County Hospital
At Wood County Hospital, we're finding the "can" in cancer by bringing world class care to our community. Led by patient-focused, board-certified radiation oncologist Robert Lavey and medical oncologist David Brown, M.D., our new Cancer Care Center -- which opened in March 2014 -- offers the most technologically-advanced radiation therapy planning and delivery equipment available. We offer the full spectrum of cancer care, all in a patient-centered, warm, friendly environment.
Come see the new Cancer Care Center at our Open House on Sunday, April 13 from noon to 2 p.m. The Cancer Care Center is located next to Wood County Hospital at 960 West Wooster Street in Bowling Green. For expertise, compassion and results you can depend on us.