Radiation Therapy

If you and your health professional have determined that you could benefit from radiation therapy to treat cancer or another illness, Winchester Hospital’s Dr. Richard Heidbreder Center for Radiation Oncology is here for you.



About Our Radiation Therapy Treatments

At the Dr. Richard Heidbreder Center for Radiation Oncology, we understand how emotionally and physically stressful dealing with cancer can be. Our dedicated staff is committed to providing you with the very best level of care and compassionate guidance, in a comfortable setting.

Our interdisciplinary, patient-centered team uses the most highly-advanced treatment technologies available. Our radiation oncologists are specialty trained and extremely knowledgeable in providing the most innovative methods of radiation oncology in the region, and all of our nurses and radiation therapists are registered and highly skilled professionals.

Providing the highest level of cancer care to each and every patient is our top priority, and offering an atmosphere that is caring and compassionate is our utmost concern.

The Best for Our Patients

What does this mean for our patients? It means that you can trust that you are receiving the absolute best radiation oncology treatment possible while benefiting from our staff's extensive knowledge, personal approach and a warm, nurturing environment at the same time.

At Winchester Hospital's Dr. Richard Heidbreder Center for Radiation Oncology, located within the Center for Cancer Care at 620 Washington Street in Winchester, we want you to feel at home. Spend time in our relaxing resource center learning about the latest cancer research and modalities, rejuvenate with complimentary refreshments and snacks in our snack bar, and feel free to ask any one of our staff members for assistance or information. We are here to help.

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About Dr. Heidbreder

Richard Heidbreder, MD, joined Winchester Hospital's medical staff in 1985 and founded its radiation oncology program in 2006. Under his guidance, the formerly named Winchester Hospital Radiation Oncology Center became a premier facility offering state-of-the-art treatment for cancer patients throughout the region.

Dr. Heidbeder was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease). He retired in November 2009 and passed away two years later. Winchester Laboratory Associates, the physician group that provides laboratory and pathology services at Winchester Hospital, and Strata Pathology Services, Inc., which provides pathology services to area medical providers, made a $2 million donation to the hospital to name the radiation oncology center in honor of Dr. Heidbreder.

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