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Company Overview of Alliance Oncology, LLC
Alliance Oncology, LLC operates radiation therapy centers and stereotactic radio surgery facilities in the United States. It offers radio surgery and therapy services. The company also provides magnetic resonance imaging, positron emission tomography/mobile computed tomography, and computed tomography services. In addition, it upgrades existing facilities with various technologies, including intensity modulated radiation therapy, image guided radiation therapy, and stereotactic radio surgery. The company was incorporated in 2004 and is based in Nashville, Tennessee. Alliance Oncology, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Alliance Healthcare Services, Inc.
1801 West End Avenue
Nashville, TN 37203
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for Alliance Oncology, LLC
Chairman and Interim Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Business Development
Vice President of Finance
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Alliance Oncology, LLC Key Developments
Charleston Area Medical Center, Charleston Radiation Therapy Consultants and Alliance Oncology Receive State Approval for New Radiation Therapy Department
Nov 10 14
The state of West Virginia has approved the Certificate of Need (CON) filed by the Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC), Charleston Radiation Therapy Consultants, and Alliance Oncology, enabling the joint venture to assume management and operations of the department of radiation therapy at the CAMC Cancer Center. The new three-way joint venture between Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC), Charleston Radiation Therapy Consultants, and Alliance Oncology will help to bring new cutting-edge cancer technologies and treatments to the area by establishing a new, radiation therapy department at the CAMC Cancer Center. As the managing partner, Alliance Oncology has assumed full operational responsibility for the existing radiation oncology units at multiple locations in the Charleston, West Virginia area. Alliance is also leading the development and construction of the new radiation oncology department at the new Cancer Center at 3100 MacCorkle Avenue in Charleston, West Virginia. The new facility will offer medical and radiation oncology, mammography, and ultrasound services, along with other cancer support services, which, according to CAMC Foundation President Gail Pitchford, are desperately needed in West Virginia.
Charleston Area Medical Center and Alliance Oncology Plan to Establish New Radiation Therapy Department
Sep 15 14
Charleston Area Medical Center, or CAMC, and Charleston Radiation Therapy Consultants have joined with Alliance Oncology to establish a department of radiation therapy at the CAMC Cancer Center. To initiate work on the new radiation therapy department, CAMC and Alliance Oncology have officially filed an application for a Certificate of Need. The new department will replace two of the existing linear accelerators owned by Charleston Radiation Therapy Consultants with new linear accelerators. These machines will provide comprehensive radiation oncology services, including radiation therapy, radiosurgery for both brain and body treatments, and brachytherapy.
Medical University of South Carolina and Alliance Oncology Announce Strategic & Operational Radiation Therapy Affiliation
Mar 11 14
Medical University of South Carolina and Alliance Oncology announced a newly formed affiliation designed to strengthen and expand MUSC's Hollings Cancer Center as the radiation therapy in Charleston, South Carolina. Through this long-term affiliation, Alliance Oncology will work with Hollings Cancer Center and its affiliated physicians to deliver market and operational support, as well as management services for the entire radiation therapy department. This encompasses Hollings' inpatient, outpatient, and satellite locations where radiation therapy treatments are performed and comprises all current radiation therapy services, including an arrangement to evaluate and expand Hollings' presence throughout the region. As a provision of the new affiliation, improvements to MUSC's Hollings Cancer Center include: multiple new radiation therapy and radiosurgery technologies and equipment, new physics and radiation treatment systems-providing cutting-edge radiation therapy and stereotactic radiosurgery treatment advancements for cancer patients in the South Carolina region. Radiation therapy destroys cancer cells that divide quickly, thus helping to stop the spread of cancer at the tumor site and reducing the risk of cancer metastasizing throughout the body. Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) uses extremely accurate image-guided tumor targeting and patient positioning. Therefore, a high dose of radiation can be given in a shorter amount of time without excess damage to normal tissue.
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