Dr. Susan Boylan is the Medical Director at Potomac Radiation Oncology Center. She leads an experienced and compassionate team of highly skilled professionals. Dr. Boylan is a distinguished board-certified radiation oncologist with over 25 years of experience. Known as a compassionate, caring, experienced oncologist, Dr. Boylan is routinely ranked as a “Top Doctor” in Washingtonian, US News & World Report, and Northern Virginia magazines. She is also member of the Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Cancer Committee and the Breast Leadership Committee, which provide expert medical leadership to the Sentara Northern Virginia Comprehensive Breast Center.
Debra Munger, A.S., RT(T) is Clinical Manager at Potomac Radiation Oncology Center. She joined our staff in 2002. Debra completed her training at the Community College of San Francisco and has previously worked at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, Alexandria Hospital, Reston Hospital and Mary Washington Hospital.
Brittany joined Potomac Radiation Oncology in 2016. She has previously completed the radiation therapy program from Virginia Western College and is a certified by the ARRT in Radiation Therapy.
Kathleen joined Potomac Radiation Oncology in 2016 as an ARRT Certified Radiation Therapist. She completed her radiation therapy training at Virginia Western. She was previously employed at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital as a Radiation Therapist and currently serves on examination and special-project committees for ARRT.
Dulce Cazon Guzman graduated from Virginia Western Community College and is certified by the ARRT as a Radiation Therapist. She joined Potomac Radiation Oncology in 2018.
RADIATION ONCOLOGY NURSES
Jacqui has been in the Medical Field for nine years, most recently working at Fairfax Radiology Center and Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center. Her specialty is medical insurance.
Sandra Carmon-Lugo is a Patient Services Representative. She joined the team at Potomac Radiation Oncology Center in 2003.
Chloe is a Yellow Labrador Retriever. She has been part of Dr. Boylan's family since she was seven weeks old. Chloe has been visiting assisted living and nursing homes since she was just a pup. At age 1.5 years she went through the training to become a Cancer Therapy Dog and passed her test with "flying colors." She enjoys her weekly visits to Potomac Radiation Oncology Center and the many friends she has made in our waiting room.