Radiation Oncology Department I with Reception Unit

The main area of therapeutic interest for physicians of the Radiation Oncology Dept. I are urinary and genital cancers (prostate, bladder, testicles and penis), gastrointestinal cancers (oesophagus, stomach, pancreas, large intestine), head & neck, lung and mediastinum cancers.

The Department holds 30 for patients during radiotherapy, chemotherapy or in need of urgent treatment of radio- or radiochemiotherapy side effects..

It is staffed by experienced radiation oncologists and oncology nurses. Additionally, our patients are looked after by support personnel, a team of highly skilled physical therapists and psychologists. Many years of experience and motivated personnel ensure that each of our patients is given a high quality professional care. Apart from experience and extensive knowledge, the Department’s medical staff are supported with high-tech precision radiotherapy equipment that enables all types of radiation therapy to be conducted either alone or in combination with systemic treatment (hormonal therapy, chemotherapy.

Our approach to each is driven by the pursuit to develop the best treatment modality in cooperation with surgeons, clinical oncologists and other specialists participating in interdisciplinary consultation.

The Department clinics provide advice to our patients before and after treatment, e.g. on modern and comprehensive cancer diagnosis. To this end, we make use of our clinical experience the most advanced available diagnostic methods (CT, MRI, PET.

Radiation Oncology Department I applies a number of innovative therapies to raise the chance of curing cancer, while reducing the risk of complications. These include:

  • unconventional radiotherapy method in the treatment of prostate cancer,
  • implantation of markers to the prostate for improvement of treatment efficacy,
  • use of Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) in the case of distance metastases in prostate cancer and other malignanciesw,
  • PET imaging combined with modern radiotherapy,
  • use of cytostatics as a sensitizer of cancer cells in combination with radiotherapy, particularly with regard to gastrointestinal cancers,
  • use of modern 3D conformal radiotherapy techniques (IMRT, IGRT, VMAT, CyberKnife) in cancer treatment.

Head of Department

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Piotr Milecki, Prof.
Head of the Radiation Oncology Department I and Head of Radiotherapy Unit I

Contact details


Tel. +48 (61) 88508 78
Tel. Fax +48 (61) 8850 954
Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.