We don’t just treat cancer, we treat people.

At Austin Cancer Center, we understand that each moment matters, including the time you spend with us. That’s why we treat you with the most advanced technologies and therapies. Our one-of-a-kind care plans are designed to treat your one-of-a-kind life. Our high staff to patient ratio allows us to take the time to truly get to know you as a person, and our 48 Hour Promise means you’ll be seen quickly upon diagnosis. But we don’t stop there. Our nurse navigators, patient care coordinators and genetic counselors are here to guide you and your family through all the uncertainties a cancer diagnosis brings. Everything we do adds up to one big difference that you can see and feel. Because we never forget, you are more than a patient, you’re a person.


Get to know our doctors.

Our highly trained and board-certified team has collectively cared for thousands of patients. They are highly recognized among their peers and within the community. And, they are ready to handle even the most challenging cases with the utmost compassion and care.

Cancer care designed to meet the unique needs of your life.

At Austin Cancer Center, we want to eliminate cancer completely. That's why we participate in clinical trials, and cutting-edge research in collaboration with leading cancer institutions, so we can bring emerging technologies and treatment options home to you, in Austin and the surrounding Central Texas area. The links below will help you learn more about what to expect from some of the most prevalent types of cancer.

The Austin Cancer Center Community

  • Testimonials

    Dr. Brown, through your efforts to meet the needs of your patients, you really do bring a positive reflection on the medical community. Thanks again so very much for helping our Pops.
  • Join us this Thursday at 6 p.m. as Dr. Caroline Coombs-Skiles and Dr. Twisha Verma offer a free breast cancer education seminar with news you can use about breast cancer myths and what to do next if you are diagnosed. We're here to help! Hope to see you there! Please RSVP to jewell.kibling@BSWHealth.org if you're interested in attending. #conquercancer #bigcmeanscommunity #cancer #education #ATX #breastcancerawareness #breastcancer #pink #morethanpink ... See MoreSee Less

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    After 43 years of caring for the Austin community, Dr. George Brown has decided to retire. In 1973, Dr. George Brown, a radiation oncology specialist at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, came to Austin with the dream of bringing state-of-the-art cancer care and cutting-edge capabilities closer to home. He built the group that would become Austin Cancer Center on two simple principles: Provide the highest standard of care, and do it with heartfelt compassion and personal dedication to innovation and excellence in cancer care. This combination of quality care has been at the core of who we are and created our long-standing reputation for excellence, innovation and exceptionally personalized cancer care. Thank you Dr. Brown! You will be greatly missed at Austin Cancer Center! Rest, relax, and enjoy - you've earned it!
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Learn More About Cancer

Breast cancer is cancer that forms in the cells of the breasts. After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women in the United States. Breast cancer can occur in both men and women, but it's far more common in women. Click here for more information on breast cancer: http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breastcancer/index

Colorectal cancer begins in the colon or the rectum. This type of cancer can be called either colon cancer or rectal cancer depending on where it starts, according to the American Cancer Society. Click here for more information on colorectal cancer: http://www.cancer.org/cancer/colonandrectumcancer/index

Lung cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the lungs. There are several types of lung cancer. Click here for more information on lung cancer: http://www.cancer.org/cancer/lungcancer/index

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men after skin cancer.  Many treatment options are available for prostate cancer.  Click here for more information: http://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostatecancer/index

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer.  There are several types and many treatment options available.  Click here for more information on skin cancer: http://www.cancer.org/cancer/skincancer/index