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We look forward to providing you with coordinated, compassionate care.
As a patient of Central Alabama Radiation Oncology, you have more than likely just received a cancer diagnosis from your oncologist and been prescribed radiation treatment. We want you to know that we understand your fears and concerns and want to make your radiation treatment experience as pleasant as possible.
Central Alabama Radiation Oncology has special Patient Education Nurses trained to answer any questions that you may have about radiation treatment. You may want to prepare a list of questions to ask during your initial consultation with your Patient Education Nurse. If you forget to ask something or think of another question later, that is very common. No one can remember everything, especially when they are in difficult circumstances. We will be happy to cover it next time you visit.
If you would feel more comfortable having a family member or friend come to your consultation session or treatment appointments, we encourage them to do so. Please don’t bring anyone with a cold or flu, or any other contagious illness because they could expose others who have a weak immune system. We do not allow children under the age of 12, unless they are accompanied and remain in the lobby.
We look forward to providing you with coordinated, compassionate care during your treatment time at Central Alabama Radiation Oncology. Please do not hesitate to call us with questions at (334) 395-2200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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