Referrals and records can be sent through Leading Reach, by email to Referrals@austincancercenters.com, or fax at 512.334.2883. For efficiency, please include a copy of patient’s insurance card, pertinent records, as well as a demographic/face sheet. Patients will be called upon receipt to expedite their appointment scheduling.
In most cases we need a referral from your current provider and your past medical records, including labs. By asking your physician to send these to us, you can expedite the process! You may find the new patient forms here.
Important Updates as of 2019
As of March 28th, our Cedar Park office will be relocating to serve patients at our North Austin office at 12201 Renfert Way, Suite 245, Austin TX, 78758 or our Round Rock office at 16303 Park Valley Drive, Suite 201, Round Rock TX, 78681. As of April 5th, our Central Park team located at 900 West 38th Street will be relocating to our other Central Austin location at Park St. David’s, 900 E. 30th Street, Austin TX 78705.
My first round of chemotherapy went well. Everyone there is friendly and in good spirits. Stacy is great at drawing blood. She does it with ease and a charming smile. Wendy was great at taking time to talk to me about the infusion and keep me company during the long first session, Dodi has been great with all the financial stuff!
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.
Dr. Downie is the kind of doctor you want on your cancer team. He wants to win the race; he’s sharp, he’s competitive, and he wants you to beat cancer. He’s the runner that’s going encourage you every step of the way. Dr. Downie is a compassionate listener, someone who really considers what his patients have to say. He stops to think about and analyze their concerns and questions before giving an answer.
I know that it is still early in the game, but following dad’s Cyber Knife treatment on Tuesday, he has had no pain and no side effects. He is a new man, and is gently stepping back on to the ice a little at a time.