E. Ronald Hale, MD, MPH serves as Kettering Health's Medical Director for Radiation Oncology.
Dr. Hale has more than 23 years of highly specialized experience in the specialties of radiation oncology, as well as public health and preventive medicine. He is board-certified in radiation oncology. His collaboration with the Network enhances the Radiation Oncology Program as an integral component of the Kettering Cancer Center.
His career in Dayton began at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in 2005, after losing nearly everything to Hurricane Katrina, including his home and practice location, while stationed at Keesler AFB on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He subsequently designed and supervised the construction of the 88th Medical Group Cancer Care Center, and served as its first director until his retirement in 2011 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, culminating 24 years of Air Force service.
Dr. Hale is currently accepting patients.
Scope of Service
Specializing in Diagnosis and Treatment of advanced and complex cancer treatment, as well as personalized treatment plans. Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (highly selective dose painting) Image Guided Radiation Therapy (highly targeted) Adaptive Radiation Therapy (adjusting radiation to tumor response) Stereotactic Body Radiosurgery (lung and other cancers) High Dose Rate Brachytherapy (internal radiation) Palliative Radiation (short course for quick pain relief) Gamma Knife (brain radiosurgery) Care coordination with other doctors on the care team
- 1991: State University of New York at Buffalo School of
- 1992: Johns Hopkins Univ School of Hygiene/Public Health
- University of Rochester School of Medicine and Den
- Malcolm Grow Medical Center (SGI)
- Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- American Board of Radiology (Radiation Oncology)
- American Board of Preventive Medicine (Public Health and General Preventive Medicine)