About Flagler Cancer Center

Flagler Cancer Center in St. Augustine, Florida, is part of one of the nation's leading radiation oncology practices: Florida Radiation Oncology Group (FROG).

At Flagler Cancer Center, we feature the latest equipment and state-of-the-art technology to provide premier service in the treatment of cancer. We strive to provide our patients and families with a pleasant, comprehensive, holistic, and compassionate experience while we help them successfully navigate their way through what can be a very trying time in their lives.


 

St. Augustine Physicians

Neednad Shah, M.D.  

Dr. Neenad Shah

Dr. Shah is an experienced radiation oncologist who has received numerous awards for his research in radiation therapy and cancer treatment from the American Brachytherapy Society, National Comprehensive Cancer Network, and American College of Radiation Oncology. His research interests include prostate cancer, total body irradiation, and accelerated partial breast irradiation. Dr. Shah has presented his data on breast brachytherapy at several national meetings and has published articles in Cancer and Seminars in Radiation Oncology.

Dr. Shah is board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Radiation Oncology.



St. Augustine Treatment Options

Flagler Cancer Center provides patients with some of the most advanced treatment technologies available. Some of the treatments and technologies available at Flagler Cancer Center include:

  • Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) – a sophisticated type of external beam radiotherapy which allows delivery of precisely targeted radiation beams to tumors, while sparing the surrounding healthy organs and tissues.

  • Image Guided Radiotherapy (IGRT) – visualized CT scans that verify target locations immediately before treatment delivery. In conjunction with IMRT, this allows for unprecedented accuracy in delivering radiotherapy.

  • Three-Dimensional Conformal Radiation Therapy (3D-CRT) – a sophisticated set of computer assisted tomography scans (CT or CAT scans) and/or magnetic resonance imaging scans (MR or MRI scans) that create detailed, three-dimensional representations of tumors and surrounding organs for precise delivery of radiation beams to the exact size and shape of the tumor.


St. Augustine Location and Contact

Flagler Cancer Center
300 Health Park Boulevard, Suite 1008
St. Augustine, Florida 32086

Phone: (904) 824-5189
Online: www.frogdocs.com

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