If You or Your Doctor Suspect Gynecologic Cancer or a Complex Gynecologic Surgical Procedure, We are Here to Help.
The Physicians, nurses and staff of Florida Gynecologic Oncology are committed to providing high quality, personalized care to patients with complex gynecologic problems and suspected diagnosed cancers of the female reproductive tract.
Providing the most accurate diagnosis and the best care, the physicians at Florida Gynecologic Oncology are the only board-certified gynecologic oncologists between Sarasota and Miami. The doctors at Florida Gynecologic Oncology have held, or currently hold, faculty appointments in academic departments of obstetrics and gynecology, have published hundreds of scientific papers and book chapters, participate as editors or editorial advisors, have held major offices in nearly all of the societies associated with gynecologic cancer, and have received numerous awards for their contributions to women's cancer care. They perform more than 1000 surgical procedures per year ensuring adequate experience proven to be critical for optimal results. Their clinical expertise combined with an experienced staff offers women state-of-the-art care delivered in a warm and caring environment. If You or Your Doctor Suspect Gynecologic Cancer or a Complex Gynecologic Surgical Procedure, We are Here to Help.
Why Go to a Gynecologic Oncologist?
Training: Since 1971, the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology has certified physicians in the subspecialty of Gynecologic Oncology. These specialists undergo a minimum of three years additional training in all aspects of diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up related to reproductive tract cancers.
The Difference Between Survival and Good Health
Available scientific reports indicate that subspecialty care is associated with improved survival and fewer treatment-related complications. Gynecologic Oncologists are the physicians most experienced in the nuances of reproductive tract cancer surgery and are experienced in the selection and sequencing of treatment modalities. This specific training can minimize the chance for under-treatment (failure to control cancer) or over-treatment (avoiding expense and complications) which can make the difference between mere survival and a return to good health.