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Yashbir Mehta, MD, FACRO

Parvathy Kurup, MD, FACRO

Neil Mehta, MD

 

 

Yashbir Mehta, MD, FACRO 

Delivering more compassionate care

Yashbir Mehta, MD, FACRO - Lindenhurst, Gurnee, IL“When I finished medical school, I wanted nothing more than to take care of patients. My sister was a doctor and she inspired me to go into the medical profession.

“When it comes to the fight against cancer, people deserve the best possible chance for hope . . . and survival. I’ve joined this fight and I’m determined to play a role in changing and improving cancer treatment. But what I am most proud of is building this center to help people win their battle against cancer . . . and doing it with careful attention to their individual needs and heartfelt dedication to helping them achieve good outcomes.

“This is about people — people who deserve the best care I have to give. I don’t ever want to stop serving people this way.”

Board-Certified: American Board of Radiology
Fellow: American College of Radiation Oncology
MD: Panjab University (AMRITSAR), India
Internship: Vancouver General Hospital, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Residency: Internal Medicine, Ottawa General Hospital, University of Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; Radiology, Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL; Radiotherapy, Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital, Chicago, IL
Hospital Affiliations: Vista Medical Center, East; Vista Medical Center, West, Waukegan, IL; Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago, IL; Cyberknife Cancer Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Member: American College of Radiation Oncology, American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, American Radium Society, Illinois State Medical Society
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Parvathy Kurup, MD, FACRO 

Caring and compassion in radiation oncology

Parvathy Kurup, MD, FACRO - Lindenhurst, Gurnee, IL“I originally planned to practice ob/gyn but changed during my residency. I saw a great need for help in radiation oncology.

“People who face cancer are usually quite fearful. They need information. They need hope. Most of all, they need all the help and support we can provide. We are very caring here. We treat every person as a whole human being and as part of our family. We spend whatever time it takes to help them feel comfortable and answer all their questions. That’s partly why we have a reputation for giving the best customer service.

“We are here to serve people who need us. That’s also why we see all people – regardless of the type of cancer they have been diagnosed with. We really want to help everyone.”

Board-Certified: Therapeutic Radiology, American Board of Radiology
Fellow: American College of Radiation Oncology
MD: Madras University, JIPMER Hospital, Pondicherry, India
Internship: Madras University, JIPMER Hospital
Residency: Ob/Gyn, Madras University, JIPMER Hospital; Therapeutic Radiology, Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center, Chicago, IL
Hospital Affiliations: Vista Medical Center, East; Vista Medical Center, West, Waukegan, IL
Member: American College of Radiation Oncology, American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
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Neil Mehta, MD 

State-of-the-art, compassionate care

Neil Mehta, MD - Lindenhurst, Gurnee, IL"Ever since I was a chid, I wanted to be a doctor. Having two physician parents let me appreciate the many qualities of becoming a good doctor including education, hard work, empathy and compassion for patients. In medical school, I enjoyed all aspects of patient care but found a special passion for the treatment of cancer patients, which led me to become a radiation oncologist.

"As a radiation oncologist, I am able to take care of patients while providing them the most sophisticated treatment care. Using medicine, biology, and physics, I am able to develop a customized treatment plan for the patient. Just like every patient is unique, every treatmet plan needs to be personalized. Cancer patients are going through a very difficult time in all aspects of their life and need individualized care.

"My goal is to provide patients with state-of-the-art, compassionate care that is tailored to their individual needs."

Board-Certified: American Board of Radiation Oncology
MD: Rush Medical College
Internship: Rush Presbyterian Medical Center
Residency: University of Chicago
Hospital Affiliations: Vista Medical Center, West, Waukegan, IL; Cyberknife Cancer Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Palos Community Hospital, Palos Hills, IL; Little Company of Mary Hospital, Evergreen Park, IL; Michigan Avenue Radiation Center, Chicago, IL; Alpha Med Radiation Oncology, Tinley Park, IL
Member: American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
Teaching Position: University of Chicago, Clinical Associate in Department of Radiation Oncology
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We welcome patients from Antioch, Grayslake, Lake Villa, Gurnee, Waukegan and Lindenhurst in Lake County, IL. We take pride in giving compassionate cancer care using advanced methods. Schedule your consultation today by calling Advanced Radiation Oncology Center at 847-623-2114. For your convenience, you can use our online Request an Appointment form.