Welcome to Oklahoma Proton Center

When you arrive at Oklahoma Proton Center in Oklahoma City, you will receive the most advanced cancer treatment available—proton therapy—in a supportive and caring environment. Our proton therapy center delivers personalized, comprehensive care—for you and your family. Just as important, our team of experienced radiation oncologists and highly skilled medical professionals is dedicated to giving you exceptional and personalized care—from your first treatment to your last.

We are also focused on ensuring your seamless care beyond your proton therapy treatment. Our center is integrated with the state-of-the-art INTEGRIS Cancer Institute of Oklahoma. Adjacent to our center, it can provide any additional medical services you might need while undergoing proton therapy.

This video takes you inside our center for a look at the science and clinical experience behind each treatment to help you prepare for your journey with us.

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Photo Tour

Take a photo tour of the Oklahoma Center.

  • ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City is designed to provide a comfortable, caring experience, from consultation through follow-up care
  • Center Lobby Featuring Large Windows and Lots of Natural Light
  • Soft Chairs and Tables in the Lobby
  • Reception Area
  • Patient Corridor
  • The gantry rotates around the patient to deliver treatment from different angles, allowing the physician to precisely target the tumor site. Photo taken at the ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City.
  • The world's first treatment room to use inclined beam technology opened in March 2010 at the ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City. The inclined beam technology contains two treatment beams: one horizontal and one 60 degrees inclined from the horizontal. The inclined beam technology can treat 70 percent of tumors using the industry standard gantry, but in a space half the size. Photo taken at the ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City.
  • The fixed-beam system features a horizontal beam and is, as its name indicates, fixed in place. It is capable of treating a large percentage of the cancers that proton therapy is indicated for. Even though the actual delivery system can't move, the precision and efficacy of the therapy is the same as with the inclined beam and the gantry. Photo taken at ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City.
  • A closer look at the proton delivery system in the fixed beam room. The brass aperture at the end of the snout is customized for each patient. The hole in the middle of the brass aperture is shaped to match the outline of the patient's tumor so healthy tissue surrounding the tumor is blocked from the radiation. Photo courtesy of ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc.
  • ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc. and Ion Beam Applications (IBA) received FDA clearance of a new generation patient positioning system, designed by ProCure. The robotic system is designed for positioning patients for proton therapy.
  • Proton Beam Line  Photo taken at ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City.
  • The beam transport system distributes a beam of proton energy to each of the four treatment rooms quickly and efficiently. Photo courtesy of ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc.
  • The 220-ton cyclotron is 18-feet in diameter and 8-feet high.

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