Good Samaritan’s Breast Care Center Multi-disciplinary Clinic is
dedicated to supporting you throughout your breast cancer treatment. You
will have a cancer care team who specializes in breast cancer treatments,
including a medical oncologist, surgeon, and a radiation oncologist.
The best patient outcomes occur when medical providers work together and
patients are involved in decision making throughout their treatment process.
We focus on whole patient care and provide resources like a nurse navigator,
social worker, and patient assistance closet.
Every patient’s cancer experience is unique and treatment decisions
will be made to best fit your personal circumstances. Our team will consider
genetic testing to evaluate familial risk factors in appropriate patient
populations and focus on preventative care for recurrence or future potential
cancers. We are here to answer your questions, provide clear information,
create a treatment plan, and help you remain positive throughout your
After your initial breast cancer diagnosis, you will be scheduled for an
appointment in our Multidisciplinary Clinic where you will be seen by
a surgeon, medical oncologist and radiation oncologist to discuss your
Good Samaritan’s Breast Care Center provides a comprehensive, coordinated
approach to the diagnosis and treatment of breast diseases. Our physician
breast team includes highly skilled breast surgeons, pathologists, radiologists,
radiation oncologists and medical oncologists. The physician team is supported
by a talented and caring team of registered mammography technologists,
ultrasound and nuclear medicine technologists, on-site navigators, physical
therapists and social workers.
Multidisciplinary Clinic Providers:
Allison Thomas, MD - Breast Surgeon
Bradly Vo, MD - Breast Surgeon
Cassandra Lacher, DO, MHA - Oncologist
Brian Gebhardt, MD - Radiation Oncologist
Melissa Lough, FNP-C - Brease Surgery Nurse Practitioner
Please Note: During your visit, you will see three different providers for separate
medical areas / concerns. These are considered three different visits
and will be billed to your insurance in this manner. You will be subject
to three separate co-pays for the visits which are all due on your appointment
day prior to seeing the physicians.