Reddy Cancer Treatment Center

The Reddy Cancer Treatment Center is conveniently located on the campus of Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone.

Exterior of Reddy Medical Building

Reddy Medical Building
23 Fourth Street, Suite 1
Malone, NY 12953


PHONE: 518-481-8080
HOURS: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Our Services

The Reddy Cancer Treatment Center offers state-of-the-art treatment services; the Center offers medical and radiation oncology treatment options, including Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) in the fight against cancer.

IMRT is an advanced computer programming system that delivers precise radiation doses to a malignant tumor. IMRT allows for the radiation dose to conform more precisely to the three-dimensional shape of the tumor by controlling the intensity of the radiation beam in multiple small volumes. Because the ratio of healthy tissue dose to tumor dose is reduced to a minimum with the IMRT approach, higher and more effective radiation doses can safely be delivered to tumors with fewer side-effects compared with conventional radiotherapy techniques.

Our Staff

The Center has a dedicated and compassionate staff of the highest caliber. The team is led by Dr. Anthony Vaccaro, Medical Director and Radiation Oncologist at the Reddy Cancer Treatment Center. In his position with the Reddy Cancer Treatment Center, Dr. Vaccaro is the leader in cancer care for Franklin County residents. In addition, he leads the team at the Reddy Center and guides the direction of oncology at Alice Hyde Medical Center.

The Center is also staffed by a Director, a well experienced and trained radiation therapy staff, a superb ancillary staff dedicated to patient care, and a full time Medical Physicist with many years experience.

The Center, as a service of Alice Hyde Medical Center, is also accredited by the Joint Commission.

For More information, please contact:

Lindsay Payne, Director
Reddy Cancer Treatment Center
American College of Radioation Oncology



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Upcoming Events

These events are open to patients and families at no cost. For more information, or to sign up, please contact the front desk at 518-481-8080.

When: Wednesdays and Fridays
Time: 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, and 12 pm
Duration: 60 Minutes
Where: Reddy Cancer Center
Reiki is a non-invasive therapy that taps into the infinite supply of healing energy in the universe and transfers it through touch to different regions of the body. These usually include the head, shoulders, stomach, and feet. Reiki is used at cancer centers across the country and has been known, in many cases, to reduce stress, anxiety and improve overall well being. Resource Person: John Child

When: Two Thursdays a month
Duration: 30-45 minutes
Where: Reddy Cancer Center
Amidst treatments, appointments and schedules massage therapy can be a welcome breather for patients. It has been known to help relieve anxiety, fatigue, pain and nausea. Meghan Erway, a trained oncology massage therapist will meet you in your treatment journey and extend an individualized massage based on your needs.

Duration: 60 Minutes
Where: Occupational Health24 Fourth Street, Suite 3, Malone
The group usually meet once a month for an hour. The group is open to patients in treatment and in remission. The aim is to facilitate open sharing and build support systems. The discussions are informal and sometimes interspersed with interactions with nurses, doctors, nutrition specialists, yoga instructors, and more.

Date: October 15, 2018
Time: 10:00 am - 12:15 pm
Where: Occupational Health, 24 Fourth Street, Ste. 3, Malone
Resource Team: Cosmetology Professionals, American Cancer Society
Interact with beauty professionals on skin care and make-up application, scarves, hats and style tips to help make the most of your appearance while undergoing treatment. 

When: One Monday each month
Duration: 30-60 minutes
Where: Reddy Cancer Center
Mary Foster is a certified Mastectomy fitter who joins us one Monday a month at the Reddy Cancer Center to help patients who have undergone breast surgery with prosthesis fitting. The first appointment is usually an hour long. A prescription is needed to tap insurance coverage. The second appointment is thirty minutes, for trying out and dispensing the order.