A gynecologist oncologist is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist who has an additional three or four additional years of sub-specialty training in treating gynecologic cancers from an American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology-approved fellowship program. Gynecologic Oncologists have expertise in performing advanced surgery as well as managing standard chemotherapy and new therapies including clinical trial options for the treatment of gynecologic cancers.
Rogel Cancer Center
The Michigan Medicine Colposcopy Clinic is dedicated to the care of patients with pre-cancer of the lower genital tract (cervix, vagina, and vulva) including abnormal Pap tests, condyloma, and carcinoma in situ. Our Colposcopy Clinic physicians are board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Cervical dysplasia / colposcopy
For vulvar dysplasia / vulvar diseases
Our team includes board-certified Radiation Oncologists who specialize in radiation therapy for gynecologic cancers.
Subspecialty trained gyn pathologists:
Kathleen Cho, M.D. (service director)
A Physician Assistant (PA) is a nationally certified and state-licensed medical professional who practices medicine and provides patient care on healthcare teams with physicians. In our Multidisciplinary Gynecologic Oncology clinic, our PAs see patients independently and in collaboration with physicians. Our clinic PAs see patients on active treatment and manage patients who are undergoing surveillance after completion of treatment. Our inpatient PAs work with our physicians to care for patients when they are admitted to the hospital.
Olivia De Bear, PA-C
Lisa Spratke, PA-C
Cindy Stroup, PA-C
Christine Willacker, PA-C
Our team of clinic nurses, pharmacists, patient navigators, social workers and other staff help care for our patients and are valuable sources of information and support.
Catherine Christen, PharmD
Sarah Sparby, RN
Rhonda Tolbert, RN
Julia Vermilye, RN