Gynecology Oncology specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of gynecologic malignancy, including endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and vulvar cancer, in addition to pre-
cancerous changes (dysplasia) of the cervix, vulva and vagina.
At Vanderbilt University Medical Center, we work as a team to bring the best in medicine, science, research and care to our patients. Using this collaborative approach to women’s cancers provides the best possible outcome and experience for women.
As part of the Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center, a leading oncology treatment center that serves patients in Tennessee, Kentucky, across the Southeast and beyond, we focus on collaboration and high-impact team science that includes basic, translational and population-based research, cancer prevention and control, innovative and high-quality cancer treatment including the latest in clinical trials, outreach, education and community service.
We work as an integrated team within the Medical Center to understand the nature of women’s cancers and give women the widest possible range of treatment options. Our Gynecological Oncologists work closely with our Nurse Practitioners, Genetic Counselors, Nurses, Radiation Oncologists, Radiologists and Pathologists to provide new techniques in surgery, therapies, procedures and diagnostics that enables better care for all our patients.