About Our Natchez Location
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center in Natchez offers Adams County area residents access to leading-edge radiation therapy and other supplemental services. The Cancer Center’s compassionate, highly experienced medical staff and treatment team are dedicated to providing the most advanced cancer care in a comfortable, supportive setting.
Services Offered At Our Baton Rouge Location
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center in Natchez offers Adams County area residents access to leading-edge radiation therapy and other supplemental services. The Cancer Center’s compassionate, highly experienced medical staff and treatment team are dedicated to providing the most advanced cancer care in a comfortable, supportive setting.
Planning a Visit to the Center?

Covid-19 Update

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center is committed to helping keep our patients and community safe and healthy. As a result, our visitation policy has been modified accordingly during this time. Prior to arrival, please review visitation restrictions, as well as important details regarding masks and screening.

OUR FACILITY

Directions

From Highway 61 South turn right onto Jeff Davis Blvd. Drive about 1/4 mile and turn left at the Cancer Center sign, follow the road all the way to the end.
From Highway 61 North, go left to continue onto Sgt. Prentiss Drive, continue about five miles then take a left onto Jeff Davis Blvd. Drive about 1/4 mile and take a left at the Cancer Center sign and continue on to the end of the road.

Meet the Medical Staff

at our Natchez location

Gregory Cotter, M.D, FACRO, FACR

Dr. Gregory Cotter is the radiation oncologist at Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center in Natchez. After completing his undergraduate studies and internship at the University of Alabama, Dr. Cotter received his medical degree from the University of South Alabama’s College of Medicine. He completed his residency at Washington University in St. Louis.