4.9 out of 5 (155 Ratings, 111 Comments)

Interest in Helping Others

The field of cancer is very exciting In terms of new developments and treatments. The biology, the science and genes are all important aspects. This interest as well as genuinely wanting to help others beat this disease made me decide to go into oncology.

More than just a Patient

Patient-Doctor interaction is very important, and giving quality care to those in need is very rewarding. The patients need access, expertise, compassion and to know that the people treating them really do care. We really want to help you get better and make this experience as comfortable as possible.

Wide Range of Treatment Options

We are the first practice in nine years that was asked to join the Cancer Center Alliance at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. This allows us to bring clinical trials to our patients, and gives them more opportunities to participate. Clinical trials are a very important part of advancing the science of cancer management.

-Raymond Smith


Dr. Raymond Smith Joined Quincy Medical Group:


Board Certifications:

American Board of Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology
American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine

Medical Education:

MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA


University of Virginia, Internal Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, 1988


Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 1993

Professional Societies:

Illinois Medical Oncology Society

Ratings & Reviews:

  • Friendliness/courtesy
  • Explanations about your problem/condition
  • Concern shown for your questions/worries
  • Effort made to include you in treatment decisions
  • Used words you could understand
  • Amount of time spent with you
  • Your confidence in care provider
  • Likelihood of recommending to others
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    Very good

  • Dr. Smith is great. Always listens to any concerns/questions and answers & explains to me. Talks in an understandable way.

    I was early. They worked me in ahead of time.

    Breast cancer is scary & I've always felt confident & comfortable with everyone.

  • Was impressed with Pandora music being played on TV instead of a TV program. Thought it was very calming.

  • It was a very good experience

  • This is my favorite Doctor and staff!! Everyone in the lab and chemo area are wonderful as well.

    Love Dr. Smith!! He really cares about his patients. My Lynch Syndrome is a challenge every day. He understands how frustrating it can be for me.

    It is usually a little quicker but, Dr. Smith even took the time to tell me thank you for being an easy patient that day tells me he had some challenging patients.

    Was pleasantly surprised that she remembered things we spoke about before.