Allison Grow completed undergraduate and graduate degrees in applied math and theoretical physics. Her interest in medicine was rekindled while teaching college physics at Florida A&M University, and she eventually moved to California to attend Stanford School of Medicine. She continued to enjoy teaching enormously throughout her medical training, working as a teaching assistant in human anatomy and as a physics lecturer for a team-taught interdisciplinary undergraduate science course. After working with cancer patients on a surgical oncology rotation, she discovered the discipline of radiation oncology, which allowed her to combine patient care with her past interest in physics.

Dr. Grow remained at Stanford for residency training and appreciated the opportunity to learn from the Stanford doctors who invented the CyberKnife. Dr. Grow returned home to Florida to help launch the CyberKnife Cancer Center in Jacksonville. Now a part of the team at The Cancer Center at Lake City, Dr. Grow is glad to be a part of a medical community as strong as the one surrounding North Florida Regional Healthcare and is excited to be a part of helping to make the powerful technique of radiosurgery widely available throughout North Central Florida.


Medical School
Stanford School of Medicine




Radiation Oncology

Office Locations

795 State Rd 47
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 758-7822
Fax: (386) 758-2224