Proton beam therapy. Precise radiation with the potential for fewer side effects.

We’re by your side as you face cancer. We want to make sure you have all the information you need to make the decision that’s best for you.

For some cancers, proton therapy is the best choice:

  • Precision beam targets the tumor and saves healthy tissue.

  • Helpful in reducing side effects and may reduce future cancers.

  • Best used to treat tumors near sensitive organs.

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Thank you for your interest in proton therapy. Please take a moment to fill out the form to have a patient navigator call you.

Once the form is completed, you will receive a confirmation email. Our team generally returns calls within 48 hours Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. If you would like to speak with a patient navigator more quickly, please call us at 1-855-528-7248.

Here is a checklist of items you will need for your initial call with us:
You provide:
  • Demographic information (legal name, etc.)
  • Insurance information
  • Related doctor and facility information
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Learn why over 150,000+ patients worldwide have chosen proton therapy.

prostate cancer survivor

A way to think of it is a pencil beam that can directly outline the entire prostate area, the shape of your own prostate.

breast cancer survivor

Regular X-rays deliver collateral damage to the heart and lungs. It wasn't acceptable that I could survive the cancer but have my heart and lungs give out early.

head & neck cancer survivor

I'm no longer in a mode of setting affairs in order. Now I'm out making new things, new songs, new poems, new pieces of writing. If I've got extra time then I ought to give something back made during that time.

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SCCA Proton Therapy Center patients: 
The Center is open and treating patients. If you have an appointment, plan to keep it unless you meet any of the following criteria:

You have a fever ≥100 F or 37.6C, new cough, new shortness of breath, sore throat, uncontrollable runny nose (in the absence of allergies), muscle aches, loss of smell or taste, new onset diarrhea, chills, repeated shaking with chills, headache, OR patient has been sent for COVID-19 testing.

If you meet any of these criteria, contact your care team for guidance before arriving for your appointment.


Patients, essential caregivers, and staff at the center must wear masks at all times.


Unauthorized, and non-essential visitors are not permitted in the Center.  All permitted visitors must be screened daily for COVID-19 symptoms or exposures.

Patients are to be onsite only if they have a scheduled appointment, allowing a reasonable amount of time before or after as needed (e.g. 30 to 60 minutes to account for transportation needs)

Patients are permitted to have one (1) caregiver accompany them to the Center. The exception being for pediatric patients where two (2) caregivers are permitted for Consultation and OTV days only, and one (1) caregiver may accompany on all other treatment days.

All other visitors will be asked to wait in their car until patient has completed their treatment.

Childcare arrangements should be made for children under the age of 12 who are not patients. Requests for exceptions must be reviewed by the care team.

For more information, visit the University of Washington Medicine's COVID-19 information page: