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The Gynecologic Oncology Program at the Susan F. Smith Center for Women's Cancers at Dana-Farber is committed to providing expert, compassionate care for patients with gynecologic cancers, including cervical cancer, endometrial/uterine cancer, gestational trophoblastic disease, ovarian cancer, vaginal cancer and vulvar cancer. Because gynecologic cancers can have a wide range of physical and emotional effects, we offer multi-dimensional services to strengthen mind, body, and soul for our patients and their families. You are not alone in this journey.
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If you have never been seen before at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, please call our new patient coordinators, Kristine Vasios or Kayla Snow, at 877-332-4294.
You may schedule your first appointment for as soon as the next day. After scheduling, one of our nurses will call you to answer your questions and help you prepare for the appointment.
To make or change follow-up appointments, call 617-632-3669. If you have staples, you will also need to be seen by your surgeon's nurse approximately 10-14 days after your surgery for staple removal.
During the day, call your doctor's nurse:
For Drs. Berkowitz, Goldstein, or Feltmate, call Joan Sullivan, RN, at 617-632-5523
For Drs. Muto, Feldman, or Horowitz, call Kathy Connor, RN, at 617-632-3260
At night or on weekends, call 617-732-6660 and ask for the gynecologic oncology fellow on call.
If you were seen by a medical oncologist, you will need to follow up with them as per their recommendation.
If your doctor is Ursula Matulonis, MD, please call 617-632-2334.
If your doctor is Suzanne Berlin, DO, please call 617-632-5269.
If your doctor is Susana Campos, MD, MPH, please call 617-632-5269.
If your doctor is Panagiotis Konstantinopoulos, MD, PhD, please call 617-632-5269.
If your doctor is Joyce Liu, MD, MPH, please call 617-632-5269.
If your doctor is Alexi Wright, MD, MPH, please call 617-632-2334.
Maureen Fagan, RNP, MSDirector for OB-Gyn ProgramsBrigham and Women's Hospital617-732-4420
Patrick GallagherPractice Manager for Ambulatory OB/GYNBrigham and Women's Hospital617-278-0085
Kalimah NadeemAdministrative Assistant and Fellowship CoordinatorDivision of Gynecologic Oncology, BWH617-732-8843
Madeline PintoSurgical SchedulerDivision of Gynecologic Oncology, BWH617-278-0459
Rose SaltalamacchiaClinical Administrative Support SpecialistGynecologic Oncology Program617-632-3669
Emily Dodge BeckManager, Disease Center OperationsGynecologic Oncology Program617-632-4544
Kristina OlsonExecutive Support SpecialistGynecologic Oncology Program617-632-2334
Allison AupperleeSupport Specialist Gynecologic Oncology Program617-632-5269
Tessa WeinigClinical Administrative Support SpecialistGynecologic Oncology Program617-632-2334
Kristin ZavodjancikClinical Administrative Support SpecialistGynecologic Oncology Program617-632-5269
Christin Whalen, RN, Research NurseDana-Farber Cancer Institute617-582-7738
Stephanie Morrissey, RN, Research NurseDana-Farber Cancer Institute617-632-4975
Victoria Patterson, RN, Research NurseDana-Farber Cancer Institute617-632-3257
Kimberley MacNeill, Clinical Research ManagerDana-Farber Cancer Institute617-632-2621
Julie Childress, Assistant Clinical Research ManagerDana-Farber Cancer Institute617-632-4348
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