Tacoma/Valley Radiation Oncology Center Physicians Recognized For Medical Care Contributions In Partnership With Pierce County Project Access

By Tacoma Radiation

Tacoma, WA – Tacoma/Valley Radiation Oncology Centers is pleased to announce that seven of their physicians have been recognized by Pierce County Medical Society for their participation in Pierce County Project Access, a non-profit organization who strives to ensure every Pierce County resident has access to medical care. Named Pierce County Medial Society Champions, Doctors Mastras, Sorum, McDonough, Bergman, Wang, Sanders, and Pittier, have served as integral partners in proactively addressing the health care crisis in Pierce County and have been honored as co-recipients of the 2012 Community Service Award.

Since its inception in 2009, Pierce County Project Access has enrolled 832 patients in the program with $6.7 million dollars of donated care. The success of the program is built on minimal administrative cost complemented by significant physician participation through donated leadership time and direct patient care. Senior partner, Dr. Dean Mastras noted, “The physician team at TVROC is dedicated to ensuring all residents of our community have access to cutting-edge, comprehensive cancer treatment provided with compassion and respect.”

At Tacoma/Valley Radiation Oncology Centers we offer the most advanced treatment planning and radiation therapy services. With our experience, expertise, and strong service commitment, no team will fight harder for a patient’s health. With offices in Tacoma, Puyallup, Gig Harbor, and Olympia, TVROC patients have the comfort and convenience of receiving medical care in their own community without travel to distant, unfamiliar locations.

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