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Radiation Team

Radiation Therapists administer daily radiation therapy treatments under the direction of the Radiation Oncologist. They also chart daily doses and monitor patients for radiation side effects.

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Daniela Chase, Radiation Oncology Registration Secretary

Daniela Chase, Radiation Oncology Registration Secretary

Daniela Chase began working at WellStar West Georgia Medical Center in 1998. She is generally the first person patients see when they arrive in the Radiation Therapy department. She schedules appointments and locates medical records and films from doctors and facilities all over the country. She also helps patients find resources and transportation and complete insurance and disability forms. Chase is a graduate of Naugatuck High School in Connecticut and studied business, math and secretarial skills.

Meeting people and patients who are so positive and upbeat is the best part of my job. Many times they give me more encouragement than I give them. I am also blessed to work with such a great team. I try to treat all our patients like I would want my loved ones treated. I enjoy coming to work each day.

Steve Karp, Medical Radiation Physicist

Steve Karp, Medical Radiation Physicist

Steve Karp collaborates with the radiation oncologist in planning and design of the most effective treatment for our patients. Karp is a graduate of Emory University with a master's in Therapeutic Radiological Physics. He began working in the Radiation Therapy Department at the Enoch Callaway Cancer Center in 1985.

I wanted to work in the medical field. Radiation Oncology seemed like an interesting and challenging career. I am able to use my training and abilities as a physicist to have a positive impact in the care of the patients who are receiving radiation therapy. It is rewarding to know that I am doing all that I can to help patients have a better outcome with their cancer treatment.

Michael Poe, Radiation Therapist

Michael Poe, Radiation Therapist

Michael Poe began work in the Radiation Therapy department at the Enoch Callaway Cancer Center in 2007. Before that, he worked at West Georgia Dialysis for seven years. Poe is a graduate of West Georgia Technical College in LaGrange and Grady Health System School of Radiation Therapy in Atlanta.

My father’s work as a dosimetrist helped guide me into the health care field. I enjoy the daily interaction with patients and getting to know their families. I work with a great group of colleagues and I feel good knowing that I am doing my part to help patients and their families during a very difficult time in their lives.

Megan Webb, Radiation Therapist

Megan Joyner, Radiation Therapist

Megan Webb began work in the Radiation Therapy department at the Enoch Callaway Cancer Center in 2009. Webb earned a bachelor's degree in radiologic science from Armstrong Atlantic University in Savannah and graduated from the Grady Health System School of Radiation Therapy in Atlanta.

What I enjoy most is getting to know my patients, along with their family members, on a daily basis. While I was in school, I rotated through Radiation Therapy and fell in love with the field. I knew after one day that this was the career for me. It is rewarding to have a job where I can make a difference in someone’s life!

Daniel Williamson, Radiation Therapist

Daniel Williamson, Radiation Therapist

Daniel Williamson began work in Radiation Therapy at the Enoch Callaway Cancer Center in 2017. Before that, he worked at John B. Amos Cancer Center and Tidwell Cancer Treatment Center. He earned his degree in Radiation Therapy from Georgia Northwestern Technical College in 2012 and is currently completing a bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Columbus State University.

The biggest thing that initially led me to Radiation Therapy was that it is on the cutting edge of technology. This field satisfies not only my obsession with technology but also my desire to help others. Beyond that, it is important to me that I work in a place with strong family values. I truly believe a person who begins their journey with us as a patient will complete their treatment as part of our family.”