At Texas Radiotherapy, we strive to make patients and their loved ones as comfortable and positive as possible during their treatment. Through the care of a compassionate physician and staff, we ensure our patients have the courage, knowledge, and hope to face their treatment journey with us. We utilize technology platforms that enable effective communications with patients.
Become a Patient
Make an Appointment
Texas Radiotherapy is in-network for many health insurance companies. Medicaid and Medicare also provide benefits for care at Texas Radiotherapy.
Before you come for your first visit, our patient ambassador will contact you to explain your benefits and review any pre-authorization requirements.
What to Expect
When you call to schedule an appointment, the patient ambassador will tell you about what medical records and other details we’ll need to have before your first visit. there are a few other things you should do:
Many people find that knowing more about the cancer type they have been diagnosed with makes them feel more comfortable with their treatment options and more empowered to make decisions with their care team.
If you can, have a family member or friend participate in the discussion in person or virtually, take notes, or just listen and provide support.
Know how to get to: 1300 W. Terrell Ave., Plaza Suite Fort Worth, TX 76104.
Familiarize yourself with parking options.
There is street level parking located across the street and beside the building. There is also a parking garage located south of Klabuzba Tower. We will validate your garage parking ticket.There is also valet parking available for free if you are handicapped in the Klabuzba Tower or otherwise you will pay the valet fee. Valet services are subject to availability with COVID-19 restrictions.
Support for Patients & Family
Here is a helpful link for you and your loved ones to review on nutrition when you are experiencing cancer
This link provides more ideas on caregiver support for you and your family
This link from the American Cancer Society can help you get started.
The following are some links to some additional resources for patients to obtain information about treatment options.