Locations

Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center

518-580-2800

Saratoga Hospital
211 Church Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

 

Hours:

Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center was designed to meet the needs of today’s cancer patients and their loved ones. In fact, many of the amenities – from the soothing artwork in the ceilings of treatment rooms to the Saratoga Hospital Guild Circle of Care Resource Center – are the result of input from cancer survivors, their friends and family members, and others whose lives have been touched by this disease.

A team that’s committed to you

Care is provided by a team of professionals who are dedicated to providing the best possible experience for you and your loved ones. Their qualifications and expertise are matched by their genuine concern for you as both a patient and as an individual.

Technology

Patients at the Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center benefit from the same advanced technology available elsewhere in the region, including intensity modulated radiation therapy ( IMRT ), a dual energy linear accelerator with multi-leaf collimation, a high-speed multi-slice CT simulator, and an image-guided tumor localization system.

Additional resources

Our Saratoga Hospital Guild Circle of Care Resource Center is home to books and other sources of information, including lists of helpful websites, support groups, and organizations that offer services for cancer patients. Internet accessible computers place information at your fingertips.

If you have any questions or are looking for a second opinion, please call 518 -580-2800.

Services include:

  • Cancer/oncology
  • Radiation oncology

Thank you for selecting us for your care.

When you present for services, please have your photo identification. Payment is expected at time of service.

Join us for our annual Run for the ROC.

 


Awarded the Commission on Cancer Accreditation with Commendation


The Commission on Cancer is dedicated to improving cancer care and the outcome of care by setting quality standards and accrediting over 1,500 cancer programs nationwide. The Commission on Cancer includes representatives from all stakeholders in oncology, including physician and nursing groups, and patient advocacy organizations.