I was born and raised in North Carolina and have always wanted to be a doctor. During my last year of medical school, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I was only 25 years old and had no family history of breast cancer. After surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, I eagerly went back to medical school to finally obtain my goal of becoming a surgeon. I decided beyond becoming a general surgeon, I also desired to specialize specifically in breast cancer surgery and help other women like myself. I have decided to dedicate myself to treating breast cancer. Surgically removing the disease and telling patients they are "cancer-free," is the highlight of my job. I strive to provide my patients with the most up-to-date treatments and the most advanced surgical techniques.
Breast Benign and Malignant Diseases; Oncologic Surgery; Oncoplastic Techniques; Lymphedema Preventative Surgery; Fertility Preservation in Young Cancer Patients;
To provide efficient and effective care for cancer patients. To provide a team of specialists to aid in the care of the patient and make the process easy and an overall positive experience as they become cancer free.
Breast Surgical Oncologist
Assistant Professor of Surgery
American Board of Surgery - Certified
Medical School: Georgia Campus of PCOM
Internship: Augusta University (Previously Medical College of Georgia)
Residency: Augusta University (Previously Medical College of Georgia)
Fellowship: University of Miami-Miller School of Medicine
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