Radiation oncologist Nicholas Muff, MD, has worked closely with the Whidbey General Cancer Program since joining our medical staff in 1992. Often patients who undergo cancer surgery or receive chemotherapy at Whidbey General are referred to Dr. Muff for radiation treatment at United General Hospital. Dr. Muff is a member of our Cancer Committee, a multi-disciplinary team that works to help patients and family members meet treatment goals. He also attends regular meetings of the Tumor Board, where caregivers discuss cancer that has been diagnosed at Whidbey General and plan the most appropriate treatment. Dr. Muff and his team take great pride in providing meticulous care to all patients.
United General Hospital
North Puget Radiation Oncology
2000 Hospital Drive
Patient Care Philosophy
Provide a patient-centered focus that encourages patients to be actively involved in making decisions about their care.
Make recommendations based on the latest evidence-based medical standards and national care guidelines.
Ensure that patients and their families have all the information they need to make important treatment decisions.
Support patients in their treatment choices.
Scope of Care
The latest radiation oncology treatment for all types of solid cancers
Use of state-of-the-art equipment and the highest quality radiation oncology technologies and treatments for a broad scope of services
Exceptionally accurate radiation in a shortened treatment time
Medical School: Loma Linda University School of Medicine, 1972
Internship & Residency
Loma Linda University Medical Center
Lifetime certification by the American Board of Radiology