Every Step of the Way, Our Patients Come First
Alliance Oncology’s Satisfaction Scores Tell a Story of Excellence
The exceptional experience of our Partners, Referring Providers, Patients and Team Members is why we are nationally recognized for delivering best-in-class oncology services. Our advanced patient, customer experience and employee engagement programs combine state-of-the-art technology with responsive and effective processes to make sure we continuously answer evolving patient expectations—ensuring top-quality care—every visit.
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We are always listening to the voices of Alliance Oncology Partners, Patients, Referring Providers, and Team Members
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Clinical quality is a driving force, and Alliance understands and supports that. They are equally focused on delivering exceptional patient care.
Dr. Shaio Woo
Medical Director, Louisville CyberKnife, Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville Medical Center
Alliance Oncology brings a lot to the table through its management ability. My fellow doctors and I can spend time focused on patients and clinical research while Alliance manages the business
Dr. John Lamond
Medical Director, Philadelphia CyberKnife, Crozer Health
They’re a great team. Very attentive & have the best customer service & truly care about the well being of patients.
Patient treated at Chicago Area Rush Radiosurgery
The medical staff was kind, compassionate and responsive to my questions in regard to the procedure itself by providing answers that were easily understood as a lay person. They were highly professional and competent and articulate.
Patient treated at Huntsville Area Alliance Cancer Care
The staff are very interested in your treatments and how things are going with you. Someone even called my home a few days before my treatments to see how I was doing. They have been kind and caring every time I came in. If there is a concern they immediately seek someone to help and inform.
Patient treated at Charleston Area Medical Center’s Radiation Oncology Department