Top docs ’11: Cancer Specialties – Gynecologic Oncology

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By Seattle Mag


December 31, 1969

GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY

Charles W. Drescher, M.D., Pacific Gynecology Specialists, 1101 Madison St., Suite 1500, 206.965.1700, Swedish Medical Center, Northwest Hospital and Medical Center; University of Michigan Medical School, 1984; Pap smear abnormalities, gynecologic cancer, gynecologic surgery.

Barbara A. Goff, M.D., Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, 825 Eastlake Ave. E, 206.288.7222, University of Washington Medical Center; University of Pennsylvania, 1986; ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, cervical cancer, complex gynecologic surgery. See profile on page 95.

Benjamin E. Greer, M.D., Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, 825 Eastlake Ave. E, 206.288.7222, University of Washington Medical Center; University of Pennsylvania, 1966; gynecologic cancer

Kathryn F. McGonigle, M.D., Women’s Cancer Care of Seattle, 1560 N 115 St., Suite 101, 206.368.6806, Northwest Hospital and Medical Center; Saint Louis University, 1984; gynecologic cancer, gynecologic surgery

Howard G. Muntz, M.D., Women’s Cancer Care of Seattle, 1560 N 115th St., Suite 101, 206.368.6806, Northwest Hospital and Medical Center; Harvard Medical School, 1984; robotic surgery, ovarian cancer, complex gynecologic surgery, gestational trophoblastic disease

William A. Peters III, M.D., Pacific Gynecology Specialists, 1101 Madison St., Suite 1500, 206.965.1700, Swedish Medical Center, Providence Everett Medical Center, Overlake Hospital & Medical Center; University of Virginia School of Medicine, 1974; gynecologic cancer, gynecologic reconstructive surgery, urogynecology, pelvic organ prolapse repair

Elizabeth Swisher, M.D., Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, 825 Eastlake Ave. E, 206.288.7222, University of Washington Medical Center; University of California, San Diego, 1992; ovarian cancer, ovarian cancer–early detection, breast cancer, cervical cancer

Originally published in July 2011

 

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