After 22 years of service to the community, Orange County Radiation Oncology
will officially close on March 10, 2017.
We are very thankful for our time here in Orange County. We have become a part of the lives of so many people in eastern Orange County and beyond, and they have become a part of our lives. We have been blessed to have been there for our patients and their families and to have helped them through the toughest times of their lives.
Over the years, our patients' struggles and resolve gave us the strength to keep going through good and bad times. We enjoyed getting to know the people who passed through our doors. We treated their cancer and helped their families cope, and they helped us grow and remain compassionate in an industry that has become more and more detached from the humanity of healthcare.
We thank everyone who made us a part of the community and wish you all well. In our retirement, we will stay connected and continue to support our community in the fight against cancer.
Our experience tells us that there will be better technology, better therapies, and one day, a cure. But, whether that cure comes tomorrow or years from now, we know that there will always be professional healthcare providers, like many of the physicians, nurses, technologists and educators that we have worked with over the last three decades, who understand that the patient is paramount.
Dr. Uma B. Mishra, MD, FACRO, FACR