Welcome to New Jersey’s ProCure Proton Therapy Center

Princeton Radiation Oncology and CentraState Healthcare System joined forces and developed the first proton therapy center in the Somerset, New Jersey / Metro New York area. At the ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Somerset, New Jersey/Metro New York, we provide patients with exceptional and personalized patient care with the most advanced proton therapy technology available. We are committed to ensuring patients' seamless care beyond proton therapy.

The center is the only proton facility in the New York – New Jersey – Connecticut tri-state region to offer pencil beam scanning (PBS). PBS is an ultra-narrow proton beam that deposits radiation doses even more precisely within a tumor. It allows doctors to delicately and precisely "paint" the tumor with radiation, further minimizing radiation exposure to healthy tissues and reducing the risk of side effects.

If you or someone you love would like to learn more about proton therapy for cancer treatment, please call 1-877-967-7628 or request more information online. Our team will help you learn more and can set up an initial consultation to help determine if proton therapy is right for you.

Click here to see what tumor types can be treated with proton therapy.

The video below takes you inside our center for a look at the science and clinical experience behind each treatment to help you prepare for your journey with us.

Welcome Wednesdays

We cordially invite community members who are seeking more information about proton therapy treatment for prostate cancer to join us at the Center for an informal, educational session on the following Wednesday(s):
3/29, 4/5, 4/19, 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/24 and 5/31 from 12:30 - 1:30 pm.

Registrations are preferred, but walk-ins are always welcome. Please plan to arrive between 12:15 -12:30 pm as the session begins promptly at 12:30 pm. If you have any questions or would like to register, please call:

Please note that medical records and personal health information is not reviewed during the session. If you are interested in proton therapy for treatment, a separate consult can be scheduled.

Henry K. Tsai, MD
Member of the Physician Group from Princeton Radiation Oncology

Us TOO of Central NJ Prostate Cancer Support Group

Affected by prostate cancer? It’s very important to become educated about treatment options and the potential management of related side effects. Prostate cancer survivors who attend support group meetings find invaluable information and perspective from their peers who often have "been there - done that" relative to their experience managing the various aspects of prostate cancer. Our meeting is an educational forum that facilitates conversations and the exchange of information among group members.

Us TOO meets the third Thursday of each month from 6:00-7:30pm. Meetings are free and open to newly-diagnosed patients, patients currently undergoing treatment, prostate cancer survivors and caregivers. Light meal will be served.

2017 Meeting Dates: 4/20, 5/18, 6/15, 8/17, 9/21, 10/19 & 11/16.

Next Meeting: 4/20
Please contact Jerry Rymar to RSVP at 1-347-563-2280.

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Photo Tour

Take a photo tour of the New Jersey Center.

  • ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Somerset, New Jersey
  • ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Somerset, New Jersey
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  • The gantry rotates around the patient to deliver treatment from different angles, allowing the physician to precisely target the tumor site.
  • The world's first treatment room to use inclined beam technology opened in March 2010 at the ProCure Proton Therapy Center in Oklahoma City. The inclined beam technology contains two treatment beams: one horizontal and one 60 degrees inclined from the horizontal. The inclined beam technology can treat 70 percent of tumors using the industry standard gantry, but in a space half the size.
  • The fixed-beam system features a horizontal beam and is, as its name indicates, fixed in place. It is capable of treating a large percentage of the cancers that proton therapy is indicated for. Even though the actual delivery system can't move, the precision and efficacy of the therapy is the same as with the inclined beam and the gantry.
  • Proton Therapy Treatment
  • Patient Corridor
  • ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc. and Ion Beam Applications (IBA) received FDA clearance of a new generation patient positioning system, designed by ProCure. The robotic system is designed for positioning patients for proton therapy.
  • Proton Beam Line. Photo courtesy of ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc.
  • The beam transport system distributes a beam of proton energy to each of the four treatment rooms quickly and efficiently. Photo courtesy of ProCure Treatment Centers, Inc.
  • The 220-ton cyclotron is 18-feet in diameter and 8-feet high
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