Proudly treating patients in the Valley for 10 years!
At Valley Radiation Therapy Center, open since 2006 on the Mat-Su Regional Medical Center campus, we understand that being diagnosed with cancer is a stressful experience. Patients often feel vulnerable and uncertain.
Our mission has always been to listen to our patients’ concerns, answer their questions, educate them about all possible treatment options, and empower them with the resources they need to be in control of their care. This is the kind of compassionate care you can always expect from everyone at our center.
Over the years the technologies and services we provide to our patients have developed, but one thing has never changed: our belief that the best cancer therapy treatment combines highly trained physicians and staff with advanced technologies in an environment of hope and compassion.
We are a American College of Radiology (ACR)-accredited facility, meaning you will receive treatment from a facility with the highest practice standards in image quality, personnel qualifications, facility equipment, quality control procedures and quality assurance programs by the ACR. Accreditation is awarded after an exhaustive third-party, peer-review evaluation conducted by board-certified radiologists and medical physicists who are experts in the field.
Valley Radiation Therapy Center (and our sister facility, Anchorage Radiation Therapy Center, open since 1993 on the Alaska Regional Hospital campus) are proud to be among an elite group of radiation therapy centers providing the highest level of quality care to our patients.