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Opened in 1995, Radiosurgical Center of Memphis, L.P. has treated more than 3,000 patients from all over the U.S. and served as a center of excellence in the treatment of brain tumors, lesions, arteriovenous malformations, trigeminal neuralgia and other specific indications of the brain.
At Radiosurgical Center of Memphis, a multi-disciplinary team of neurosurgeons, Radiation Oncologists, radiation physicists and nurses work together to achieve the best results for each patient. Our expert team is specially trained in neurological disorders and Gamma Radiosurgery techniques, and provides one of the most advanced neuro-radiosurgical treatments available.
In 2019, the Radiosurgical Center of Memphis installed an exciting advance in the delivery of cobalt radiosurgery of the brain: the MASEP Infini. With the MASEP Infini’s innovative rotating delivery design, our team is able to deliver safe, precise treatment faster and more comfortably than ever before.
Radiosurgical Center of Memphis is a center dedicated solely to Stereotactic Radiosurgery of the brain. We are located on the campus of one of the most highly recognized medical facilities in the country, Methodist University Hospital of Memphis - Central. The hospital takes pride in having one of the elite neuroscience medical departments in the United States. Prominent Memphis neurosurgical physician groups and distinguished University of Tennessee College of Medicine professors teach surgical residents the latest in neurosurgical technology and medicine.
With an immediate staff of more than 6,500 and an outreach program in five Memphis-area hospitals, the Methodist University Hospital of Memphis - Central provides patients and referring physicians with the most up-to-date medical techniques necessary for safe and rapid recovery.
At Radiosurgical Center of Memphis, we carefully screen every potential candidate to ensure that Gamma Radiosurgery treatment is appropriate for their condition.
Regular meetings are held with a group of highly-trained specialists, including neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and radiation oncologists meet in the evaluation conference room to determine if patients may be candidates for Gamma Radiosurgery. The committee reviews diagnostic studies, clinical information and test results of potential candidates to determine the best method of treatment and ensure the highest level of success.