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Dr. Moore joined the Community Cancer Center team in 2006 and has held the position as our Medical Director since 2008. Dr. Moore received his medical degree from the College
of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific in Pomona, California, and has been a practicing oncologist since 1987. Dr. Moore has also maintained board Certification by American Board of Radiology in Radiation Oncology since June 1993.
In 1975 he began serving in the Army Reserves, and continued his service to our country until 2001 when he retired at the rank of Major. During his time of service he met and married
his wife, Kelly, in 1977. Together they have two children, a son and a daughter, and almost enough grand children to form their own Oregon duck football team. In his personal time, Randy enjoys outdoor activities that include fishing, hiking, camping, gardening, wood carving, and hunting. When asked what his hunting preference is, his wife states “he would pursue anything that flies or walks, and when we lived in North Dakota he was especially fond of ice fishing and hockey”. Randy and Kelly both love living in Roseburg and finds the outdoor life is a blessing.
When it comes to patient care Dr. Moore has a sincere and compassionate attitude, always taking the time to tailor his care to each patient’s specific needs, concerns and treatment plan. The time is taken with patients to educate them about their illness and the treatment options, the details of radiation therapy regimens, potential side effects and any long term ill effect that
any medicines may have. The same care Dr. Moore provides to his patients he shows to his staff aiding in creating
a compassionate environment that helps promote healing with the patients.
Randy Moore

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