Dr. Page is a board-certified radiation oncologist who specializes in providing advanced radiation oncology therapies using state-of-the-art evidence-based techniques, and cutting-edge treatment technologies to improve patient outcomes and minimize morbidity. He believes strongly in engaging his patients in all aspects of their care, harnessing the power of clinical trials, and incorporating integrative medicine when appropriate.
After completing medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, he completed his internship in internal medicine at Kaiser Hospital in San Francisco. He then completed his radiation oncology residency at California Pacific Medical Center, which included rotations at UCSF, Stanford, and UC San Diego. He was named Chief Resident in his final year.
Following residency, he was in private practice in New Orleans and became an MD Anderson certified physician. He practiced most recently at Ochsner Clinic, where he was heavily engaged in clinical trials and was the NRG Oncology Principal Investigator.
He has been an invited speaker on topics such as treatment of HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer and stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) for lung cancers. He has presented his research at international meetings such as the American Society of Radiation Oncology and the World Lung Conference. Dr. Page is excited to return home to California and help Sacramento area physicians and patients in the fight against cancer.
Dr. Page also served as a submarine officer in the United States Navy.
After serving as a division office and department head onboard a nuclear powered fast attack submarine, he managed over 200 officer and enlisted personnel during the first-ever Trident nuclear plant refueling overhaul. He was one of only two navy personnel certified by Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory physicists as an expert in the design and operation of the new Seawolf submarine nuclear reactor plant.