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DR. JODI BAILEY, INLAND IMAGING
Specialty: Breast Imaging
College: Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA
Medical School: Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA
Internship: Mercy Hospital & Medical Center, San Diego, CA
Residency: Loma Linda University, School of Public Health, Loma Linda, CA
DR. STEPHANIE MOLINE, FACS, CANCER CARE NORTHWEST
Since joining Cancer Care Northwest in 2002, Dr. Moline has greatly contributed with her passion of educating people about breast cancer and cancer-related topics.
Medical School: Vanderbilt University; Nashville, TN
Residency & Internship: University of South Alabama (Surgery); Mobile, AL
Fellowship: University of Michigan (Breast Surgical Oncology); Ann Arbor, MI
- Special training in all aspects of breast surgery, particularly multi-disciplinary team care
- Advanced training in the MammoSite technique
- Office-based ultrasounds
- Same-day breast biopsy
- Genetics and high risk breast cancer management
Honors & Memberships
- Spokane County Medical Society
- American College of Surgeons – Fellow
- American Society of Breast Surgeons– Research and Education Committee member
- National Surgical Adjuvant Breast Project
DR. KRISTEN M. O'DONNELL
PROVIDENCE ST. MARY REGIONAL CANCER CENTER
Provide excellent treatment to every patient I see at Providence St. Mary Regional Cancer Center through the following practices: Take the time to educate patients about their diagnosis and treatment options, as well as understand each individual's goals and treatment preferences. Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team including: surgeons, medical oncologists, pathologist, radiologists, nursing, nutrition, social work, therapists and other medical specialists to address the needs of the entire patient and provide the best possible treatment recommendations. Focus on providing evidence-based cancer therapy by following national guidelines, keeping up on the newest developments in cancer research and making clinical trials available to my patients.
Medical School: Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Internship: Providence Portland Medical Center, Portland, OR
Residency: University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
GAIL TURLEY, NURSE NAVIGATOR
ROCKWOOD BREAST HEALTH CENTER
Gail grew up in Kingston, Idaho and graduated from North Idaho College in 1977. She has worked in various facets of the nursing field over the last 40 years and found her niche while working in women’s health. During her time as a Susan G. Komen board-member, she served as an Affiliate President. Today, as a Nurse Navigator with Rockwood Breast Health Center, Gail is instrumental in coordinating patient care. When a patient requires more than an annual mammogram, Gail becomes not only an advocate but a friend to help guide them through their journey.
“My joy comes from helping women realize that a breast cancer diagnosis does not mean that their life is over; it means that they will go on a journey they were not expecting to go on. It is not only something they will learn and grow from, but they will make new friends along the way and they will find new strengths.”
DR. EMILY A. WILLIAMS, PLASTIC SURGERY NORTHWEST
Since arriving in Spokane in 2010, Dr. Williams has focused on providing outstanding care for her aesthetic and reconstructive patients.In addition to her busy clinical practice, Dr. Williams is a community leader, having served as President of the Washington Society of Plastic Surgeons, as well as being engaged in the physician leadership of Sacred Heart Medical Center.
Dr. Williams is a native of the Northwest. She was a National Merit Scholar at Willamette University from 1994-1998, where she majored in biology. She was a four-year varsity athlete in both cross-country and track, captain of the Women’s Cross Country team, and was honored as an NAIA All-American Scholar Athlete in 1996.
Dr. Williams attended the University of Washington School of Medicine from 2000-2004, where she discovered a passion for the diversity and complexity of plastic surgery. Thereafter she entered the University of Washington Plastic Surgery Residency program, graduating in 2010. During her tenure in residency, Dr. Williams was honored with numerous awards, including recognition by Harborview Medical Center for her “exemplary skill, compassion, and care for children,” the first time a surgery resident had ever been so honored.
Dr. Williams maintains her passion for the remarkable variety of patient needs that plastic surgery can address. Pursuit of her goal to offer advanced reconstructive procedures, including microvascular free flap breast reconstruction, while continuing to maintain the diversity classically encompassed by plastic surgery, led her to the unique medical community in Spokane, Washington.
Dr. Williams lives in Spokane with her husband, Matt Beard, and their dog, Yurdis. They enjoy all types of outdoor activities, including trail running, golfing, and skiing. Spokane is a perfect personal and professional fit.
Dr. Williams takes deep pride in her work and patient relationships.