Welcome to Columbus Cancer Care. Dr. Joan Keit, Medical Director, has been practicing Radiation Oncology since 1994, helping cancer patients become survivors.

Columbus Cancer Care opened in 2011, with the goal of bringing high quality radiation treatments to Platte County, so that people could receive cancer care close to home.

Dr. Keit strongly believes in the value of every person that walks into her cancer center. Compassion is the core of her mission, her values and her patient centered care. Originally from Staten Island, New York, Dr. Keit attended Villanova University and the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine, where she graduated with honors. Her internal medicine internship was at Staten Island University Hospital in New York, and residency at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia. She was awarded a Clinical Oncology Fellowship from the American Cancer Society.


Dr. Keit has been awarded the American College of Radiation Oncology Fellowship and has been honored for her work in patient care, particularly in bringing technologies such as Tomotherapy and HDR prostate brachytherapy to Nebraska, and expanding an oncology radio-pharmaceutical practice in Omaha & Columbus.


The staff at Columbus Cancer Care believe in providing the highest level of care with respect, compassion and the use of state-of-the-art technology.


Being scared is natural. 
But so is fighting. 
We can't promise it will be easy, 
but we're trying to help. 
We use a revolutionary system that 
provides the most accurate and precise 
Radiation Therapy available for cancer treatment. 
It's called TomoTherapy 
and it effectively delivers radiation where it is needed and 
minimizes exposure to surrounding healthy tissue. 

Be Hopeful... We Are.




Joan Keit, MD FACRO


Learn more about TomoTherapy.


Please call today for a consultation at 
1-855-FOR-HOPE or