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30 years of experience
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Jun 8th, 2011

I consulted four radiation oncologists in the San Francisco Bay Area before I finally visited Dr. Rounsaville. He was in a league by himself: the most communicative, thoughtful, patient-oriented doctor. He is empathetic, honest, and forthright. He says what he knows to be true and he is not afraid to openly disagree with another doctor. He DOES NOT OVER-RADIATE breast cancer like the other cowboy radiation oncologists I met. He uses the minimal amount of radiation to be effective; and he has a spotless non-recurrence rate. If you must have radiation, go to Calif Pacific Medical, even if it's a long commute. FYI: There is a free shuttle that goes directly from the Civic Center BART station to CPM.

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Mar 18th, 2011

Dr. Mark Rounsaville and his technician members (Paul,Ponloeu, Jessica, Shelly and Andrea, etc.) are very nice and warm that makes my visit there everyday a bliss!

Jan 10th, 2011

Wonderful Doctor!!! Amazing bedside manner. Talks to you like a person and not just your condition. I was very pleased with my experience with Dr, Rounsaville and his staff.

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Jan 7th, 2011

I became aware of Dr. Rounsaville and his team through a friend of mine who went to him for an oral cancer. As the patient's advocate I had been to many doctors and specialists with him on his case and can't tell you how high I rated this entire team in all areas. This team is on top of it all!

May 10th, 2009

everything went smoothly. everyone was professional and seemed adept at what they do. Nurses seemed less knowledgable about radiation side effects than I expected - they basically give you a pamphlet vs. more specifics - it was fine.