Meet Hoag's Gynecologic Cancer Team

For more than 25 years, Hoag's fellowship-trained gynecologic oncologists have cared for more women with female cancers on a yearly basis than any other practice in Orange County. We are the leaders in Southern California for treating all gynecologic cancers, in one intimate and inclusive setting.

No other group provides comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for gynecologic cancer —and access to clinical trials— all within the same practice. That means better continuity of care, state-of the art treatment including the latest robotic and advanced endoscopic surgical techniques, and more convenience for patients at a vulnerable time in their lives. We even usher you toward a better quality of life for follow-up and rehabilitative care after treatment is finished.

Gynecologic Oncology Surgeons and Medical Oncologists

The Gynecologic Oncology fellowship is a 3-year program that includes 1 year of research and 2 clinical years following completion of a 4 year residency program in Obstetrics and Gynecology. During training, the candidate masters the techniques of radical and minimally invasive pelvic surgery, administration of chemotherapy, coordination of radiation therapy, pain management and palliative care.

Radiation Oncologists

Gynecologic Oncology Nurse Navigator

Hoag's Precision Medicine Program

Hoag’s Precision Medicine Program combines genomics and genetics to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases. Using the latest advances in genomic technologies, targeted therapies and research, our precision medicine program brings together a multidisciplinary team, including a robust genetic counseling group of experts, to provide patients with the latest in innovation and technology. Meet the Precision Medicine Team.

Hoag Family Cancer Institute Genetic Counselors

Hoag Family Cancer Institute provides a dedicated team of genetic counselors that offer hereditary cancer assessment, offering risk assessment and genetic cancer testing to those with a personal or family history of cancer. Learn more and meet the team. 

Hoag Family Cancer Institute Social Workers

Being diagnosed with cancer can feel overwhelming at times. Many patients and their families need help with coping and can benefit from supportive counseling. Oncology Clinical Social Workers are available to provide emotional and practical support during all stages of cancer including diagnosis, treatment and post-treatment survivorship. Find out more and meet our team.

Hoag Family Cancer Institute Dietitians

Hoag Family Cancer Institute dietitians work closely with patients’ physicians, nurses, therapists, and social workers to ensure complete care. Find out more and meet our team.