Legacy Medical Group–Surgical Oncology at Good Samaritan
1040 N.W. 22nd Ave., Suite 560
Building 2, Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center campus
Portland, OR 97227
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A parking lot is available on-site with free parking.
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Our board-certified, fellowship-trained surgeons are known throughout the Northwest and the United States for their expertise and compassion. At our clinic, part of the national award-winning Legacy Cancer Institute, our highly trained staff will help you navigate through all aspects of your care and offer support for your physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs. We welcome all patients, regardless of gender or gender identity.
Our surgeons provide special expertise in diagnosing and treating breast cancer, melanoma (skin cancer) and liver and pancreatic cancer. The surgeons of Legacy Medical Group–Gastrointestinal Surgery offer expertise in treating colorectal cancer.
Our team of experienced, board-certified female surgeons specializing in breast surgery is led by nationally known surgeon Nathalie Johnson, M.D., FACS, who is also the medical director of Legacy Cancer Institute. Her partners are Jennifer Garreau, M.D., and Alivia Cetas, M.D. The clinic staff supporting this team is specially trained to provide every patient with an extra measure of support and assistance throughout the course of care.
Learn more about Legacy's award-winning breast cancer program
Our colorectal cancer team is led by the fellowship-trained colorectal surgeons of Legacy Medical Group-Gastrointestinal Surgery, Joseph Frankhouse, M.D., FACS, the medical director of Legacy Colorectal Cancer Center, and Alizah Rotramel, M.D. Services range from diagnosis and second opinions to surgical treatment options. Because we understand the sensitive nature of these conditions, we provide a comfortable and private environment for patients to share any concerns they may have.
Hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancer (cancer of the liver, gall bladder, biliary tract, pancreas)
And experienced surgeon, Chet Hammill, M.D., FACS, leads Legacy's hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancer program as medical director. He sees patients at Legacy Medical Group-Surgical Oncology.
Skin cancer (melanoma)
Jennifer Garreau, M.D., leads our skin cancer (melanoma) program. She has conducted nationally recognized melanoma research, earning the prestigious ASCO Cancer Foundation merit award in 2009 for her contribution to the field.