Charles Mendenhall, M.D., specializes in radiation oncology, with clinical interest in head and neck, gynecologic, and prostate cancer.
Dr. Mendenhall was born in Williamsport, PA. He earned his medical degree from University of South Florida and completed his residency at Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Fla.
He is board certified in radiation oncology by the American Board of Radiology and the American Board Medical Specialties in Therapeutic Radiology. He received a Certificate from American Academy of Family Physicians for participation as an active teacher in family medicine. He has authored or co-authored many articles dealing with Head and Neck Cancer, Prostate Cancer, etc.
Dr. Mendenhall came to Albany to practice radiation oncology in 1983. He serves as the Medical Director for Radiation Oncology at Phoebe Putney and under his leadership the Radiation Oncology Department has evolved its’ prostate seed implant program to become one of the most robust in the region and expanded its cutting-edge technology to include the first Tomotherapy Unit in Georgia.
He and his wife Kathy have two daughters. He enjoys farming, hunting, and spending time at the lake.