Roger Good, M.D.

Dr Good (Full)

Board Certified Radiation Oncologist

Roger Good, MD, is a Board-Certified Radiation Oncologist and the current Medical director of the Clear Springs Center for Cancer Care in Uvalde, Texas. He attended medical school at the University of Nebraska and completed his residency training at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City and the University of Rochester, New York.  After his graduate training, he returned to the University of Nebraska where he was a tenured associate professor in the Medical School Department of Radiation Oncology for over 10 years.  He designed the Clarkson Cancer Center which is now the Warren Buffet Cancer Center, and introduced 3D Conformal Radiotherapy and Radiosurgery into clinical practice there as early as 1987. During this period, Dr. Good published many articles and distinguished himself in the academic community.  He specialized in pediatric radiation oncology and skull base and brain tumor brachytherapy as well as prostate brachytherapy. Dr. Good practiced adult and pediatric radiation oncology in the state of Washington, where he designed and directed another Cancer Center (Deaconess Cancer Center) in Spokane, Washington.  Dr. Good later patented and licensed the radioactive seed used to treat prostate cancer to International Isotopes Inc (I3), where it was manufactured in Denton, Texas, for many years.

"I've served patients across the U.S. ,but I've always felt most at home in Texas!” - Dr. Good.



University of California at Davis,
Davis, California
B.A. Chemistry  1978

University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Omaha, Nebraska 68105
M.D. May 1980.

Internship - Medicine/Therapeutic Radiology
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
New York, NY
July 1980 - June 1981.

Assistant Resident, Therapeutic Radiology,
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
New York, New York
July 1981 - June 1982 

Chief Resident - Therapeutic Radiology
University of Rochester Cancer Center
Rochester, New York,
1982 - 1984.



Diplomate National Board of Medical Examiners
January, 1981.
Board Certified (ABR), 1985.

Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology
in Therapeutic Radiology
June 6, 1985.



Instructor & Fellow, Radiation Oncology
University of Rochester Cancer Center,
Rochester, New York, 7/83 -12/83. 

Assistant Attending Radiation Oncologist
and Senior Instructor, Asst. Professor,
Radiation Oncology School of Medicine
and Dentistry, University of Rochester
Rochester, New York , 1/84 - 9/84. 

Attending Radiation Oncologist and Instructor
Radiation Oncology University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska, 10/84 - 6/85.

Asst. Professor of Radiation Oncology
University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Attending Radiation Oncologist
University of Nebraska Medical Center, 7/85 - 8/89.

Medical Director Research and Development
Clarkson Cancer Institute, Radiation Oncology
Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital, 9/89 - 5/93.

Full-time Active Staff Radiation Oncologist
Bishop Clarkson Cancer Center
Radiation Oncology Associates, P.C., 9/89 - 5/93.

Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology
University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Attending Staff Radiation Oncologist,
University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1/93 – 11/93.

Medical Director, Radiation Oncology
Deaconess Medical Center
Spokane, Washington , 12/93-2000

Network Cancer Care Medical Director
Denton, TX 2000-2005

Cancer Care Resource Medical Director
Corinth,  Gainesville, TX 2005-2007

Wadley Medical Center, Cancer Center Director
Texarkana, TX  06/2007-01/2009

Radiation Oncologist, Urology Associates of Central Missouri
04/2009 – 09/2014

Medical Director, Clear Springs Center for Cancer Care
Uvalde, TX  09/2014 – 08/2016



National Science Foundation Awards: Calculation
of the Electronic and Non- Bonded Rotational Energy
Barriers of the 1-Methyl Dihydronicotinamides"
Biophysics Laboratory, University of California, Davis
1972 & 1973.

American Cancer Society Medical Student
Research Award, 1979.

American Cancer Society Fellowship Award
ACS Fellow, 1982 & 1983.

American Cancer Society Fellowship Award
ACS Fellow, 1983 – 1984.

Nebraska Research and Development Authority Award
of $500,000.00, 1990 for Development of Cancer
Treatment Medical Devices.



American College of Radiology (ACR).

American College of Radiation Oncology.

Nebraska Radiological Society.

Radiological Society of North America American

Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ASTRO).

American Medical Association (AMA) .

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Alumni Association

Spokane Medical Society



Captain, United States Air Force (AFRES)
Medical Corps, 28th MSES, Offutt AFB, NE
Infection Control and Quality Assurance
Risk Management Officer,
Ehrling Bergquist Regional USAF Hospital, 1986-1989.

Award: Certificate of Appreciation, 20th Aug, 1986,
55th Strategic Recon. Wing, USAF.
Medal: Air Force Achievement Medal. 6th June, 1989.