Thank you for considering Menorah Medical Center for your radiation oncology treatment. We understand this can be a stressful time for you and your loved ones. The following information is to help you get started easier and to access us when needed. We look forward to caring for you. Menorah Medical Center is a hospital and an Accredited Comprehensive Community Cancer Center with specialized cancer treatment in the following areas – Breast, lung, prostate, Sarcomas, Brain, Liver and Pancreas. We use state of the art technology including Cyberknife, External Beam Radiation including IMRT, High Dose Radiation (HDR) and Mammosite Breast Irradiation. The radiation oncologists who practice here include Bradley Koffman, MD, Michael Hughes, MD and Robyn Hart, MD.
SCHEDULING – Once your referral for radiation oncology treatment has been received by us, a scheduling specialist will call to set up your initial appointment.
WHO TO CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS - Please call (913) 498-6270 to schedule subsequent appointments.
WHERE TO GO – You will need to use the east entrance off of Nall to reach Parking Lot A of Menorah Medical Center and the Radiation Oncology Dept. Upon arriving at MMC, park in the designated parking spaces near the east end of the main building and then use the entrance marked Radiation Oncology. This will take you directly to the waiting room and check-in area.
PARKING: There are designated parking spaces for Radiation Oncology on the East side of the building, immediately next to the doctors’ parking area. If you are interested in obtaining a temporary or permanent handicap sign for your vehicle, please let us know, and we will be happy to assist in getting your request approved.
BAD WEATHER DAYS: In the event of inclement weather, please do not hesitate to call our office to discuss your appointment. This missed treatment may simply be added on at the end, just like “snow days” are added on at the end of the school year. Occasionally it may be possible to reschedule a particularly important treatment later in the day. If the roadways are icy, the weather looks dangerous, or your vehicle isn’t running, just call the office to let us know.
COMMUNICATION AFTER-HOURS: If you need to reach the doctor after 4:30 M-F, weekends or holidays, simply call the office number. When you hear the recording begin, you may listen or dial zero right away. Stay on hold and the answering service will help you. There is a physician on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and they will be paged to return your call. Please do not hesitate to call if you have a problem.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS: During the course of your treatment, questions or concerns may arise. Please do not hesitate to ask or to phone with any needs. Our office telephone number is 913-498-6270. After 4:30 P.M. the answering service will take calls and page the radiation oncologist. If for any reason you are unable to reach our answering service after hours, please call our administration office number - 816-313-2677 - and their answering service will contact the doctor for you. If any questions arise about your account, please call our business office at 816-691-2040.
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