Lexington Welcomes Two New Physicians in Richmond

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 Lexington Clinic is pleased to announce the addition of two new physicians, John R. Simmons, D.O. and Matthew T. Eaton, D.O., both of whom will be practicing in Richmond.

Dr. Simmons, board-certified in radiation oncology, will practice at the Richmond Regional Oncology Center, specializing in radiation oncology. Dr. Simmons completed a fellowship in prostate brachytherapy offered by the American Brachytherapy Society at the Seattle Prostate Institute and completed his residency in radiation oncology at Eastern Virginia Medical School as well as an internship in Charleston, WV at West Virginia University/WVSOM. He received his doctorate of osteopathic medicine from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Simmons specializes in all types of radiation therapy for cancer patients including IGRT, VMAT, IMRT, 3D conformal radiation therapy, unsealed sources for patients with thyroid cancer and painful bone metastasis, and treatments combined with chemotherapy.

Dr. Eaton, board-certified in family medicine, will join Lexington Clinic Richmond as the newest family medicine physician. Dr. Eaton completed a residency in family medicine at Mountain View Regional Medical Center and received his doctorate of osteopathic medicine from the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. His professional interests include evidence-based medicine, health prevention and medical education.

For more information about either of these physicians and their services, or to schedule an appointment, contact Lexington Clinic at 859.258.4DOC (4362), or visit LexingtonClinic.com.

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