Brandon J. Patton, MD
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I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
I was born and raised in Florida, but ever since I started skiing at the age of 4, I knew Colorado was the place for me. I am an outdoor enthusiast who loves the winter as much as the summer. Outside of work, I can be found running, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, or enjoying the company of family and friends. I joined Kaiser Permanente Colorado to start the Radiation Oncology Brachytherapy program in 2011. Before moving to Colorado, I worked for Kaiser Permanente in Palo Alto, California.
About my practice
Brachytherapy is a method to deliver radiation by placing it directly into or onto a tumor. It is often used in combination with external beam radiation that, as the name suggests, is delivered from the outside as opposed to internally. As a radiation oncologist, I enjoy educating patients about their treatment options and guiding them through what can undoubtedly be one of the most stressful times of their lives. I firmly believe that with the right support, cutting-edge treatment and guidance, each patient can thrive. I work primarily at Saint Joseph Hospital, where I have the privilege of caring for Kaiser Permanente members as well as other patients.
How I thrive
I am a firm believer in daily exercise and reading to help the mind, body and soul thrive. My favorite activities include running, biking, hiking and skiing with family and friends. I have also been known to take on the challenge of endurance events such as triathlons and marathons. Outside of medically related literature, nonfiction books are my favorite.