Our team of dedicated professionals is here to guide you and your family through every step of the way — from making appointments, screening, treatment planning, treatment, education, psychosocial support and beyond. The staff includes caring receptionists, radiation oncologists, oncology nurses, oncology research nurses, care coordinator nurses, dosimetrists, physicists, pharmacists and oncology social workers. Each team member strives to ensure you get the best treatment and support possible.
Sheila Evans, RN, MS, AOCN
Oncology Program Administrator
National Capital Region
Sheila Evans graduated from Penn State University and received a master’s degree from Rush University in Chicago. A registered nurse, she also has an advanced oncology certified nurse (AOCN) certification. She has held positions as a nurse manager and an oncology clinical nurse in hospitals around the country and she worked on an NIH funded research grant evaluating symptom management for cancer patients in rural communities. Ms. Evans worked at Sibley Memorial Hospital for ten years before taking a nursing director position in Reading, England for a year. She returned to Sibley and subsequently Johns Hopkins Medicine in 2011.
Susan F. Stinson, M.D.
Co-Medical Director, Radiation Oncology/
Dr. Stinson is a graduate of Tufts University. She received her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine and was an intern in internal medicine at the Faulkner Hospital in Boston. She completed a residency at the National Cancer Institute in Radiation Oncology and has been certified by the American Board of Radiology since 1991. She has been practicing radiation oncology in Montgomery County since 1990. Experienced in treating all types of cancer — particularly breast cancer, soft tissue sarcoma, aerodigestive malignancies and skin cancer — she also has significant experience treating benign conditions such as Grave’s Ophthalmopathy and keloids.
Stephen C. Greco, M.D.
Co-Medical Director, Radiation Oncology
A graduate of the University of Virginia, Dr. Greco received his medical degree from Louisiana State University Medical School. He completed a residency at Baylor College of Medicine and has been certified by the American Board of Radiology since 1997. He has a special interest in conformal radiation treatment techniques. With widespread clinical expertise, he has a particular interest in the treatment of prostate cancer including extensive experience in prostate seed implantation. Additionally, he trained at the institution that treated the first patient with intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) in 1994.