Lee K. McNeely, M.D.
Radiation Oncology CyberKnife Radiosurgery
University of Utah, Residency, Internal Medicine
University of Utah, Residency, Radiation Oncology
University of Utah School of Medicine, Medical Degree
I will always discuss all treatment options with every patient, so they can rest assure and be confident in the treatment plan they choose.
About Dr. McNeelyDr. McNeely has an extensive background in the treatment of cancer tumors with radiation oncology to include IMRT, IGRT, brachytherapy and radiosurgery. He has treated patients on the CyberKnife since 2003 when he brought the first system to Colorado. It was only the seventh CyberKnife installed in the United States and Dr. McNeely’s clinical expertise aided in the testing and development of some of the innovative technological advances now integral to treatment of early stage lung cancer, brain and spine tumors, as well as some of the earliest prostate cancer cases. Subsequently, Dr. McNeely was on staff at Colorado CyberKnife in Lafayette and the University of Colorado Hospital Gamma Knife. Then in 2013, he was instrumental in helping St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings grow its cancer program with the addition of a CyberKnife stereotactic radiation facility. His clinical expertise includes the treatment of prostate cancer, lung cancer, and brain and spine tumors. In his personal time, Dr. McNeely loves spending his time hiking, skiing and climbing in the mountains and traveling.
- American Board of Radiology certification in Radiation Oncology
- Colorado State Medical License