Cancer Center

Cancer Center

Cancer Center

COCDanville Regional has the specialized capabilities to diagnose and treat cancer in all of its more than 250 forms.

Here, you'll find a wider range of treatment options than in any other facility in this region. You'll also find the area's only full-service cancer center, the Center for Radiation Oncology, which provides high-energy radiation therapy and chemotherapy, and a full array of support services for patients and their families. The state-of-the-art Linear Accelerator or LINAC device allows the physicians to treat the area of cancer and protect the surrounding tissue.

Our care is delivered by a full range of board-certified physicians, cancer surgeons, medical oncologists and pathologists. With support from everyone on our staff, cancer patients never face the fight alone.

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Locations

  • 125 Executive Drive, Suite J
    Danville, VA 24541

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  • Danville Hematology and Oncology<br>

    Danville Hematology and Oncology
    125 Executive Drive, Suite J
    Danville, VA 24541

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  • Center for Radiation Oncology<br>

    Center for Radiation Oncology
    188 South Main Street
    Danville, VA 24541

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