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About USA Health Providence Radiation Oncology

We're now part of USA Health

USA Health Providence Radiation Oncology, previously known as The Cancer Center at Providence Hospital, joined USA Health in 2023. The cancer specialists at our clinic continue to serve patients in our area by delivering compassionate cancer care.

Radiation treatments for cancer

Radiation is a crucial part of many cancer treatment regimens. High-energy x-rays or proton beams work to destroy malignant cells by shrinking or even totally eliminating cancerous tumors. Our radiation oncologists use a broad array of the most current and effective radiation treatments and technologies, including the latest version of the Varian Truebeam Trilogy technology, which has advanced imaging, 6 degree couch rotation, and the latest Respiratory Gating software. Our range of advanced treatments includes:

  • External beam radiation therapy (EBRT) with image-guided radiotherapy (IGRT)
  • Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SRT)
  • Prone Breast Treatment
  • EBRT using Respiratory Gating

Hours of Operation

Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Services Offered at USA Health Providence Radiation Oncology

Radiation Oncology

Radiation oncologists use sophisticated equipment and advanced radiological technology to treat tumors throughout the body.

Parking & Directions

USA Health Providence Radiation Oncology offers free parking to all patients and visitors.

6701 Airport Boulevard
Building B-1
Mobile, Alabama 36608
P: 251-266-1890
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Amenities at USA Health Providence Radiation Oncology

This clinic offers free parking and complimentary Wi-Fi to patients and their guests.

Recent News

Whiddon College of Medicine Building Groundbreaking
South breaks ground on $200 million Whiddon College of Medicine building

The new Whiddon College of Medicine building will provide state-of-the-art laboratory spaces that will create flexibility and efficiency for research today and in the future. It will also allow for expanding the class size of first-year medical students from 80 to 100, with the capability of increasing to 120 in the future, at the same time the nation faces a projected shortage of healthcare providers.

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Upcoming Events


Join us Thursday, March 21, at the Soul Kitchen in downtown Mobile for the third annual Doc Rock, a “battle of the bands” event that supports research and critical clinical needs at USA Health.


Our calendar lists special events and regularly scheduled classes separately. To display a list of upcoming classes, select the "Classes" option above or visit Events, Classes and Support Groups at USA Health.

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