Meet Dr. Sid Roberts

Dr. Roberts is a fourth-generation West Texan, born in Abilene and raised in Midland. He is a graduate of Lee High School in Midland (1979), and an Eagle Scout (1976). He also is a husband, father, and active member and Deacon of Lufkin’s First Baptist Church, where he can often be found playing keyboard instruments.

Education

  • Graduated with honors with a degree in German Literature from Rice University in 1983
  • Received his MD degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston in 1987
  • Completed his residency in Radiation Oncology in 1991 at Baylor College of Medicine

Career and Credentials

  • In 1992, Dr. Roberts was recruited by the late Dr. Bill Shelton to move to Lufkin to practice at the Arthur Temple, Sr. Regional Cancer Center at Memorial Health System of East Texas, now CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial
  • Dr. Roberts is also a long-time Medical Director for Hospice in the Pines
  • Board-certified both in Radiation Oncology and in Hospice and Palliative Medicine
  • Fellow of the American College of Radiology
  • Fellow of the American College of Radiation Oncology
  • Past board member of CHI St. Luke's Health Memorial in Lufkin (formerly Memorial Health System of East Texas)
  • Served as Chair of the Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce board in 2013
  • Active in American Cancer Society volunteer efforts, including serving on the American Cancer Society High Plains Division Board
  • Active in the Texas Radiological Society, where he was President from 2011-2012
  • Served as President of the Angelina Arts Alliance Board
  • Served on the Executive Board of the Baptist General Convention of Texas (and chaired their Theological Education Council)
  • Past President of St. Cyprian’s Episcopal School Board
  • Serves on the Angelina College Board of Trustees (2017-present)

Awards and Recognition

Dr. Roberts has built his career on a philosophy of service, working passionately to not only provide the best care for his patients, but also to serve the community as well. Major awards and honors include:

  • Jack O. (Butch) McMullen Silver Spike Award in recognition of outstanding community leadership by a Leadership Lufkin graduate, May 4, 2000. This is the only time a physician has been honored with this community award.
  • American Cancer Society St. George National Award, 2006. The St. George Award is the highest award that the national board of directors of the American Cancer Society bestows upon a state-level volunteer.
  • American Cancer Society Lifetime Achievement Award 2007 from the High Plains Division.
  • Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Professional of the Year, 2009.
  • 90.9 KSWP and 91.9 KAVX East Texas Community Impact Awards - Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year, 2015.
  • Selected to the Texas Super Doctors® list since 2015.
  • Texas Medical Association Anson Jones, MD, Award - First Place in the Physician Excellence in Reporting category, 2017 for “Colorectal Cancer Screening: 80% by 2018” that appeared in The Lufkin News.
  • Gold Medal from the Texas Radiological Society, 2018.

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Sidney C. Roberts, MD, FACR

Sidney C. Roberts, MD, FACR

Radiation Oncologist

Madelene Collier, RN, OCN

Madelene Collier, RN, OCN

Radiation Oncology Nurse

Jewel Randle, RT (R)(T)

Jewel Randle, RT (R)(T)

Lead Radiation Therapist

Aimee Salas, RT (T)

Aimee Salas, RT (T)

Radiation Therapist

Josh Yarbrough, RT (R)(CT)(T)

Josh Yarbrough, RT (R)(CT)(T)

Radiation Therapist

Julie McClain, RT (R)(T)

Julie McClain, RT (R)(T)

Dosimetrist

Linda Miller, MS

Linda Miller, MS

Medical Radiation Physicist

Evelyn Leach

Evelyn Leach

Receptionist