Atlanta Oncology Associates at Cancer Center of Gwinnett offers Georgia”s highest quality Radiation Therapy care through the physicians and staff at our center located at 698 Duluth Highway, Suite 100, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046.
Gary B. Stillwagon, Ph.D., MD
Dr. Stillwagon earned his BS in Physics, and then received his M.S. and Ph.D. in nuclear engineering all from Georgia Tech in Atlanta. After working for a year as a radiation oncology physicist, Dr. Stillwagon discovered his true calling, Radiation Oncology. He then pursued his medical degree from the University of Tennessee and then completed his residency at John Hopkins Hospital, where he served as Chief Resident, President of the House Staff Council and Clinical Fellow of The American Cancer Society. Dr. Stillwagon, a Fellow of the American College of Radiology, went on to serve four years on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Certification received in Principles and Practice of Stereotactic Radiation Therapy”#, Wake Forrest University School Of Medicine.
In 2001, 2010 and 2011, Dr. Stillwagon was voted “Top Doctor in Atlanta”# by his peers. He is also a member of Who”s Who in America and Who”s Who in the World. Dr. Stillwagon was named to US News and World Report national list of Top Doctors for 2011. Dr. Stillwagon is the President and CEO of Struggling Kids, www.strugglingkids.org, a non-profit organization he founded to assist orphans, abused and abandoned children and women of Ukraine.
W. Hamilton Williams, MD
Dr. Williams is a Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology and Board Certified in Radiation Oncology, and is a member of ASTRO, ASCO and ABS. He has received specialized training in implant brachytherapy, and has practiced in both academic centers and private practice in the Atlanta area since 1992. Dr. Williams is the author or co-author of more than 70 peer-reviewed abstracts and publications. He is active in numerous clinical trials including those in the Atlanta Regional Clinical Oncology Program. He is a co-investigator for the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group (RTOG) Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy trials in Atlanta. He is a Cancer Conference facilitator and Physician Quality Assurance Reviewer.
Dr. Williams is a graduate of Tulane Medical School, where he received honors in Medicine and Surgery and was the recipient of an NHLBI Institutional Research Grant as well as the James A. McLaurin Award for Excellence in Research. His surgical internship was at the Columbia Hospitals – St. Luke”s/Roosevelt Medical Center in New York City, with his Radiation Oncology Residency at Downstate Medical Center at Brooklyn, where he was selected to be Chief Resident. He served in the US Army Reserves for eight years. He volunteers at Cancer Screenings as part of hospital outreach programs. He has earned the Patient”s Choice.