The most common and serious gynecologic cancers occur in the ovaries, endometrium (lining of the uterus), cervix, vulva, and vagina. Although these sites of origin are often considered as a single group, each has significant differences in etiology (the
cause or origin of a disease as determined by medical diagnosis), prevention, detection, and treatment.
Cancer care is complicated. And because of that, the best outcomes for oncology are provided by a team of physicians and other health care professionals.
Our multi-disciplinary team includes gynecologic oncologists, nurse practitioners,
oncology nurses, radiation oncologists, pathologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and ancillary professionals. All working together to offer compassionate, personalized care – and to bring you more than one doctor alone can
Because you don’t need just a doctor. You need a comprehensive team.
We realize we’re not just seeing you. We’re seeing your entire family – and everyone in your life who cares about you. That’s why we believe your best outcomes will come from a team of specialists who care about you. Talk to us.
Because fear can’t survive where there’s hope, help and healing.