Jonathan Sharrett, DO

Radiation Oncologist

Dr. Jonathan Sharrett is a Board-certified Radiation Oncologist at Spokane CyberKnife and Summit Cancer Centers.

Dr. Jonathan Sharrett joins our practice from the Cleveland Clinic, where he trained as a Radiation Oncologist. Dr. Sharrett brings with him extensive experience with advanced radiotherapy and radiosurgery technology that will greatly benefit patients in our community. He is also a clinical assistant professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine and the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University.

He is a military veteran, where he enlisted into the U.S. Armed Forces and served from 2002-2008, deploying twice to the Middle East in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. During his time in the service, several of his family members were stricken with cancer, including his mother and grandmother. These events shaped the trajectory of his life, as his purpose and mission quickly evolved towards becoming an Oncologist and helping others fight cancer.

Dr. Sharrett is very excited to bring his training to the Spokane area, in attempts to help deliver the best cancer treatments for patients without having to travel hundreds of miles to big academic centers.


Residency & Internship

Cleveland Clinic – Cleveland, OH

Medical School

Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Blacksburg, VA


American Society for Radiation Oncology

American Medical Association

American College of Physicians