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Regional Cancer Center at Indian Path Medical Center

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2205 Pavilion Dr.
Ste. 101
Kingsport, TN 37660
36.5524184
-82.515455

 

Regional Cancer Center at Indian Path Medical Center

The Regional Cancer Center at Indian Path Medical Center offers radiation and medical oncology treatment programs, as well as full-service diagnostic and surgical services. A team of experienced providers, nurses, therapists and other healthcare professionals, back our oncologists during your treatment. Our cancer navigators are here to guide patients through every step of their treatment and provide additional support services.

Medical Oncology

Our medical oncologists utilize every available resource to give patients the professional and personal attention they need and deserve. Our entire team is committed to doing whatever it takes to guide patients through the physical, mental and emotional challenges of their treatment. 

Our Medical Oncologists

Mack Mathews, MD
Oncology, Hematology
Regional Cancer Center at Indian Path Medical Center

Dr. Mathews completed his internship at Ohio State University, his Internal Medicine Residency at University of Tennessee Memphis and Hahnemann Univeristy Hospital, Medical Oncology Fellowship at Medical Univeristy of South Carolina, and Hematology Fellowhip at St. Louis University Hospitals and Barnes Jewish Washington University Hospitals in St. Louis.

Radiation Oncology

Our radiation oncologists have many years of clinical experience and possess the sophisticated tools and clinical judgment to offer the best care. Our goal is to always determine and deliver the best available treatment for our patients.

Our Radiation Oncologists

Kyle Colvett, MD
Radiation Oncology
Appalachian Radiation Oncology Associates

Dr. Colvett grew up in Alamo, Tennessee and is a graduate of East Tennessee State University's James H. Quillen College of Medicine. He received his residency training at Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital. He also holds a Master's degree in physics and has pursued graduate education in religion. Dr. Colvett serves as the Medical Director for Ballad Health Oncology Services.

Nathan Floyd, MD
Radiation Oncology
Appalachian Radiation Oncology Associates

Dr. Floyd received his medical degree from East Tennessee State University, James H. Quillen College of Medicine and has been in practice for 16 years. He is one of two doctors at Johnson City Medical Center and Indian Path Medical Centerand one of three at James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Medical Center who specialize in Radiation Oncology. He is board certified by the American Board of Radiology.

The Regional Cancer Center at Indian Path Medical Center is located at 2205 Pavilion Drive on our hospital’s main campus. For more information about oncology services at Indian Path Medical Center, please call (423) 857-6466.

The Regional Cancer Center at Indian Path Medical Center is a service of Johnson City Medical Center.

What's New

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk

Rather than visit in person, people are encouraged to call the hospital to check on a patient’s condition. It’s also important to remember that people can spread the flu to others for a full a day before they start showing symptoms. ... read more about Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Seventh annual Niswonger Children’s Hospital Radiothon on Feb. 21-22 to benefit crucial Child Life Services department

The radiothon relies on volunteers and community support to raise money for the hospital. In the days leading up to the event, local corporate sponsors line up their pledges, while children make contributions through change buckets at local schools. ... read more about Seventh annual Niswonger Children’s Hospital Radiothon on Feb. 21-22 to benefit crucial Child Life Services department.

Patients & Visitors

What's New

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk

Rather than visit in person, people are encouraged to call the hospital to check on a patient’s condition. It’s also important to remember that people can spread the flu to others for a full a day before they start showing symptoms. ... read more about Ballad Health hospitals increase visitation restrictions due to escalating flu risk.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Seventh annual Niswonger Children’s Hospital Radiothon on Feb. 21-22 to benefit crucial Child Life Services department

The radiothon relies on volunteers and community support to raise money for the hospital. In the days leading up to the event, local corporate sponsors line up their pledges, while children make contributions through change buckets at local schools. ... read more about Seventh annual Niswonger Children’s Hospital Radiothon on Feb. 21-22 to benefit crucial Child Life Services department.