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Welcome to Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia
Thousands of patients trust their care to Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia
Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia is proud to be part of the community in Conyers Georgia. We believe you shouldn’t have to choose between high-quality care and proximity to the critical support of your family and friends. We provide quality cancer care close to home.
Set in a compassionate and comfortable environment located near Rockdale Hospital, Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia offers advanced technology and a wide range of services delivered by experienced health care professionals. From intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) to high-dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy, some of the most advanced procedures are available for radiation treatment, including image-guided radiation therapy (IGRT) and stereotactic-body radiation therapy (SBRT)
Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia was founded in 1984 by renowned radiation oncologist Dr. Frank Critz. It is a center of excellence in radiation treatment for cancer. We use the latest radiation technology and meticulous research to treat men and women with different types of cancer, including breast, prostate, lung, colon, lymphatic and many others. Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia is also home to the oldest and most successful prostate seed implant program in existence. We’re proud to say that our treatment for prostate cancer, ProstRcision®, has the world’s highest proven cure rate.
Our story is spreading.
We started with one location in Conyers, Georgia, a quiet suburb of Atlanta. But over the years, we’ve branched out with offices throughout metro Atlanta. As we’ve expanded, our reputation has grown as well. Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia has become one of the country’s top cancer treatment and research facilities, especially in the area of prostate cancer.
We have treated more than 17,000 men for prostate cancer. We have compiled our observations of these men, both before and after treatment, into one of the largest computerized databases on prostate cancer in the U.S. In addition, our doctors have written over 80 peer-reviewed research papers on prostate cancer that have been published or presented at major medical meetings.
Each year, patients from across the United States and around the globe, come to us seeking a cure for their cancer. Sure, we can tout our credentials, but we would rather talk about results. The physicians at Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia are some of the finest, most experienced radiation oncologists in the United States. Though their backgrounds differ, each has come here because they believe that data-driven, evidence-based medicine can save more lives. In addition to being talented practitioners, our physicians are actively involved in the advancement of cancer research. In fact, Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia is responsible for more published papers on prostate cancer than any other radiation practice in Georgia.
James Benton, MD
James Benton, MD is board certified as a Radiation Oncologist by the American Board of Radiology.
Dr. Benton believes in providing quality, personalized cancer care in a community setting, and demonstrates that commitment daily in his patient care activities.
A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia with a BS degree in Chemistry and Math. Dr. Benton attended Morehouse School of Medicine, where he completed his medical degree and graduated first in his class. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia, and a second residency in Radiation Oncology at Emory University.
Dr. Benton’s love of math, physics and science led him to radiation oncology, a specialty he admires for the depth of its technical detail and the breadth of its clinical application. Prior to joining the staff at Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia in 1998, Dr. Benton served as Chief Resident and Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology at Emory University. Dr. Benton is a life-time member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. This distinction is given out to only 5-10% of medical school graduates throughout the United States.
Dr. Benton practiced as a board certified Internist for a few years before becoming a board certified Radiation Oncologist more than 15 years ago. Currently, he is President of Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia (RCOG), and he practices at RCOG’s main campus in Decatur, specializing in treating a variety of cancers such as breast, prostate and many other sites. Along with other experts in the field of prostate cancer treatment, Dr. Benton has authored numerous medical research manuscripts and his work has been published in numerous peer review journals.
• Medical School: Morehouse School of Medicine/Medical College of Georgia
• Radiation Oncology Residency – Emory University
• Chief Resident, Radiation Oncology – Emory University
• Internal Medicine Residency – Medical College of Virginia
• American Board of Radiology in Radiation Oncology
• Board Certified in Internal Medicine ACLS Instructor
• American Board of Radiology
• American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
Voted Top Doctor in Atlanta, Atlanta Magazine, 2016
• Cigarette Smoking Does Not Affect Treatment Results of Simultaneous Irradiation For Prostate Cancer
J.B. Benton, F.A. Critz, A.K. Levinson, F.J. Schnell, P.D. Shrake. ASCO Proceedings, 22:444, 2003.
• Patient Age Related To Prostate Specific Antigen Bound By Recursive Partitioning Analysis After Brachytherapy For Prostate Cancer
F.A. Critz, J.B. Benton, F.J. Schnell, P.D. Shrake, A. Ciampi, A. Couturier. ASCO Proceedings, 22:438, 2003.
• Pretreatment Erectile Function Of Men Who Underwent Brachytherapy For Prostate Cancer
F.J. Schnell, F.A. Critz, J.B. Benton, P.D. Shrake. ASCO Proceedings, 22:444, 2003.
• Probability of Achieving PSA Nadir 0.5 Ng/ml After Radiotherapy of Prostate Cancer
V.Griffin, F. Critz, K. Levinson, J. Benton. ASCO Proceedings, 18:339a, 1999.
• Prostate Cancer in African-American Men Treated by Simultaneous Radiotherapy
F.Critz, K. Levinson, V. Griffin, J. Benton. ASCO Proceedings 18, 1999.
• Prostate Specific Antigen Nadir After Brachytherapy for Prostate Cancer Correlates With Prognosis of Men Who Recur
Frank A. Critz, A. Keith Levinson, James B. Benton, Frederick J. Schnell, and Philip D. Shrake. J Urol 169 (supplement):179, 2003.
• A Standard Definition of Disease Freedom is Needed for Prostate Cancer
F. Critz, J. Benton, F. Schnell, P. Shrake. American Brachytherapy Society Meeting. ABS Proceedings, 1:57, 2001.
• Acute and Late Morbidity Following Simultaneous Irradiation for Prostate Cancer
F.A. Critz, K. Levinson, F. Schnell, J. Benton, P. Shrake. ASCO Proceedings, 20:189a, 2001.
• Disease Free Survival Rates Following Irradiation of Prostate Cancer According to Age
J.B. Benton, F.A. Critz, F.J. Schnell, P.D. Shrake. ASCO Proceedings, 21:167B, 2002.
• Sexual Function Following Simultaneous Irradiation for Prostate Cancer
F.A Critz, J.B. Benton, F.J. Schnell, P.D. Shrake. ASCO Proceedings, 21:188a, 2002.
• Ten-Year Disease Free Survival Rate Calculated With PSA Cutpoint 0.2 ng/ml In Men After Brachytherapy For Prostate Cancer
F.A. Critz, A. Keith Levinson, J. B. Benton, F.J. Schnell, P.D. Shrake. J Urol 169 (supplement):181, 2003.
• Treatment of Gleason Score 7 Prostate Cancer with I-125 Implant Followed by External Beam Radiotherapy
J. Benton, F.A. Critz, K. Levinson, V. Griffin. ASCO Proceedings, 18:317a, 1999.
• Young Men with Prostate Cancer Treated by Simultaneous Radiotherapy
A. A. Sheikh, F.A. Critz, A.K. Levinson, J.B. Benton, F. Schnell, P. Shrake, L.S. Maxa. ASCO Proceedings, 19:227a, 2000.
• Obstructive Uropathy Following Simultaneous Irradiation For Prostate Cancer Measured By A Longitudinal Study of The American Urological Association Symptom
Index For Benign Prostate Hyperplasia
F.A. Critz, A. Keith Levinson, James B. Benton, F.J. Schnell, Philip D. Shrake. ABS Proceedings, 2:67, 2003.
• Postirradiation Prostatitis: A Previously Unrecognized Syndrome Following Brachytherapy For Prostate Cancer
F.A. Critz, A.K. Levinson, J.B. Benton, F.J. Schnell, P.D. Shrake. ABS Proceedings, 2:66, 2003.
Ratna Sajja, MD
Ratna Sajja, MD is board certified as a Radiation Oncologist by the American Board of Radiology.
Dr. Ratna Sajja joins Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia – Conyers with strong professional experience in treating a wide variety of adult tumors with the latest techniques in radiation oncology today.
Dr. Sajja believes in providing quality, personalized cancer care in a community setting, and demonstrates that commitment daily in her patient care activities.
Dr. Sajja received her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. She then completed her residency training at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic Foundation, where Dr. Sajja trained with many of the current leaders in the field of radiation oncology, participated in several clinical research projects, and served as Chief Resident. She received her board certification in Radiation Oncology in 2006. Dr. Sajja also achieved honors and distinctions throughout her prior education at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Along with several publications, Dr. Ratna Sajja is credited with a number of notable poster presentations concentrating on IMRT and Gamma-Knife radiosurgery for intracranial meningiomas for well-respected organizations and conferences, such as the Society of Neuro-Oncology and American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology.
After completing her residency training, Dr. Sajja relocated to the north Dallas, Texas area. She has been a respected radiation oncologist in private practice within that community since 2006, and is well-acquainted with the newest technologies in the field, particularly image-guided radiotherapy for prostate cancer and brachytherapy for partial breast irradiation (Mammosite, Savi). Dr. Sajja is excited to bring her wealth of knowledge to Rockdale County and looks forward to also providing stereotactic body radiotherapy for unresectable tumors. With members of her own family who have battled cancer, Dr. Sajja is attuned to the emotional needs of the patient. She strives to involve her patients in all the decision-making aspects of treatment and provides care in a thoughtful and compassionate environment.
• Medical School: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine – Cleveland, Ohio
• Radiation Oncology – Cleveland Clinic Foundation – Cleveland, OH
• American Board of Radiology in Radiation Oncology
Cone Beam CT
CT Scanning & Simulation
Eclipse Treatment Planning System
High Dose Rate Brachytherapy (HDR)
Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)
Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)
Seed Implants (Low Dose Rate Brachytherapy)
Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT)
News / Events
(June 23, 2016) ATLANTA, Ga. – Every year Atlanta magazine’s editorial staff partners with the New York-based research firm, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., to assist in producing our Top Docs issue. The issue is immensely popular among our readers, and the Top Doctors covet the honor of being named in the issue. This year’s reception […]Read More
Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia – 25 Year Disease Free Survival Rate after Irradiation of Prostate Cancer
(March 15, 2013) Newswise – ATLANTA, Ga. – The March 2013 issue of The Journal of Urology, the official journal of The American Urological Association, includes a study conducted by four physicians from Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia (RCOG), a Vantage Oncology affiliate. This study, 25 Year Disease Free Survival Rate after Irradiation of Prostate Cancer […]Read More