Our Team

Meet Our Team

Every patient is under the care of a radiation oncologist who is a cancer specialist with expertise in the application of radiation therapy as it is used in the management of cancer. In a large program such as ours, the radiation oncologists have particular expertise with specific types of cancer. This ensures that your physician is one who focuses on your specific type of cancer.

Providence Regional Cancer Partnership

Will Wisbeck, M.D.

 

Will Wisbeck, M.D.

 

Medical Director, Radiation Oncology, Providence Regional Cancer Institute

Board certified Radiation Oncologist

Dr. Wisbeck is a Seattle native–born and raised in the Seattle area. Following college, medical school and residency at the University of Washington he joined Providence Cancer Institute faculty in 1990. Dr. Wisbeck maintains an active interest in cancer education and research. He served on the clinical faculty of the University of Washington School of Medicine as an assistant professor of Radiation Oncology for 18 years. He has written numerous scientific papers, textbook chapters, and articles on topics related to cancer.

Education and Training

College:
University of Washington, BS Biology 1982
Medical School:
University of Washington, MD 1986
Residency:
University of Washington, Radiation Oncology 1986-1990
Certified: American Board of Radiology 1990
Professional Activities

Assistant Clinical Professor, Radiation Oncology, University of Washington School of Medicine 1990-2008
Past President, Radiation Oncology Section, Washington State Radiologic Society
Past President, Snohomish County Medical Society
Hospital Staff Appointments

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
Professional Organizations

American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
Washington State Medical Association
Washington State Radiological Society
Snohomish County Medical Society

 

Darren Little, M.D.

Little 2014

Board Certified Radiation Oncologist

Education and Training

College:
Seattle Pacific University, BS Electrical Engineering 1995
Medical School:
Loma Linda University, MD 1999
Internship:
University of Washington – Boise Program Boise VA Medical Center , Boise ID Internship in Internal Medicine
Residency:
University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center 2000-2004
Certified by the American Board of Radiology 2005
Hospital Staff Appointments

Providence Everett Medical Center
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Bellingham
Professional Organizations

2000-Present American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
2000-Present Gilbert H. Fletcher Society
1999-Present Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Society

 

Aaron Brown, M.D.

Brown 2014

 

Radiation Oncologist

Education and Training

College:
Utah State University, BA 2004
Medical School:
University of Utah School of Medicine, MD 2009

Internship:

Intermountain Medical Center, Murray, Utah 2009

Residency:

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center 2010-2014

Awards and Honors:

– Mary Fletcher Memorial Award for Compassionate Clinical Care, MDACC 2013

– Trainee Excellence Award, Alumni and Faculty Association, MDACC 2013

– Cancer Education Consortium Molecular and Translational Oncology Workshop 2013

– Radiological Society of North America, Resident Research Grant 2012

– Ben F. Love Innovative Cancer Therapies Research Fellowship, MDACC 2012

– Diane D. Tobola Ovarian Cancer Research Fellowship, MDACC 2012

– Luis Delclos Research Award, MDACC 2012

– Texas Radiological Society Annual Meeting Travel Award 2012

– James Bush Memorial Research Award, University of Utah School of Medicine 2009

– Ellison Cancer Research Scholarship, University of Utah School of Medicine 2008

– Clinical Research Training Program Fellow, National Cancer Institute 2007

– American College of Physicians Utah Chapter Research Award 2005

– Mortar Board Honors Society National Graduate Studies Fellowship 2004

– Claude J. Burtenshaw Outstanding Student Leader Award, Utah State University 2004

– Student Service Learning Honoree, Utah Campus Compact 2004

– AmeriCorps Service Fellowship ’02-‘04

– Presidential Scholarship, Utah State University ‘98-‘04

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital Community Cancer Center

Ian L. Thompson, M.D.

Thompson 2014

 Board Certified Radiation Oncologist

Education and Training

College:
University of Southern California, BA, Psychology 1970
Medical School:
UCLA, MD 1974
Residency:
University of Washington, Radiation Therapy 1974-1978
Certified by the American Board of Radiology 1978 (Therapeutic Radiology)
Professional Activities

Chairman, Cancer Committee
Secretary, St. Joseph’s Hospital Medical Staff
Founding Board Member, Hospice of Whatcom County
Founding Board Member, Laurendeau Cancer Fund
Past President, WA Division, American Cancer Society
Hospital Staff Appointments

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Bellingham
Providence Everett Medical Center
Professional Organizations

American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
American College of Radiology
Washington State Medical Society
Washington State Radiologic Society
Whatcom County Medical Society
Physician Profile

Dr. Thompson is originally from Southern California. He moved to the Pacific Northwest to pursue his Residency Training at UW and began his practice in Bellingham in 1979. He is a well known and popular lay educator. He has an active interest in Prostate and Breast Cancer treatments.

 

Michael Taylor, M.D.

Taylor 2014

Board Certified Radiation Oncologist

Special Interests: 3D-dose escalation. Prostate seed implants. Organ preservation through combined modality approaches. Tools to support the whole person through cancer treatment.

 

Faculty: City of Hope National Cancer Center, Duarte, California 1993 – 1994
Hospital Staff Appointments

Providence Everett Medical Center
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Bellingham
Professional Organizations

American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
American College of Radiation Oncology
American College of Radiology
Washington State Radiologic Society
Whatcom County Medical Society
Physician Profile

Dr Taylor was born and raised in Virginia. The lure of mountains, water, and clean air brought him to the Northwest. He enjoys the human aspects of medicine and also takes great satisfaction from developing state of the art radiation treatment programs. He maintains active research interests in prostate and lung cancer.

 

William H. Hall, M.D.

Hall 2014

Board certified Radiation Oncologist

Medical Director, St. Joseph Hospital Community Cancer Center

College:

University of Puget Sound, BS, Biology 1996
Medical School:
Univeristy of Washington, MD 2002
Residency:
University of California, Davis , Radiation Therapy 2004-2008
Certified by the American Board of Radiology 2010 (Radiation Oncology)
Professional Activities

Member, St. Joseph Hospital Cancer Committee
St. Joseph’s Hospital Medical Staff

Hospital Staff Appointments

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Bellingham
Providence Everett Medical Center
Professional Organizations

American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO)
American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
American College of Radiology
American Medical Association
Physician Profile

Dr. Hall is originally from Northern Idaho. After completing undergraduate and medical education in the Seattle area he completed residency training in Sacramento at the University of California. His clinical interests include stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT), Brachytherapy, as well as Lung, Head and Neck, Prostate, Breast Cancer and Gynecologic Malignancies.