Find a GammaTile Center Near You 

Contact the treatment center nearest you to see if GammaTile Therapy is right for you or your loved one 

The treatment centers below include those who have earned designation as GammaTile Distinguished Brain Tumor Specialists. If you don’t see your neurosurgeon or hospital listed, fill out the form to receive a brochure that you can share with them. We can also send a note to your neurosurgeon or oncologist to let them know of your interest in GammaTile Therapy.

The facilities identified as ELITE on the map above, as designated by the silver icon, have completed ten or more procedures with the GammaTile® Therapy implantable device, and the physicians identified under this program have completed three or more such procedures over the past year. This list of providers is offered by GT Medical Technologies as a convenience. Each provider is available for you to contact as you would any facility or physician. GT Medical Technologies does not regulate or control these providers, does not provide assurance with respect to their services or their general availability, and does not provide indication that these providers are more skilled or qualified than others who are providing Surgically Targeted Radiation Therapy (STaRT) for brain tumors. To ensure your specific needs are properly addressed, contact the facility and/or physician directly.


This site/program listing should not be used as a substitute for talking with your doctor. Always talk with your doctor to determine the right therapy for you.



GammaTile Therapy is intended to deliver radiation therapy in patients with newly diagnosed malignant brain tumors and recurrent brain tumors. The potential for, and symptoms of, adverse events related to radiation exposure vary depending on the radiosensitivity of the exposed tissue, the amount of radiation delivered, and the placement of GammaTile(s). Serious side effects related to GammaTile Therapy are rare, and may include radiation brain changes including necrosis. GammaTile Therapy should not be used for patients with known history of hypersensitivity to bovine-derived materials. Possible complications can occur with any neurosurgical procedure, including cerebrospinal fluid leaks, infection, delayed hemorrhage, and adhesion formation.

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