The Women’s Cancer Center of Nevada is expanding its team of physicians with the addition of Gynecologic Oncologist, Aimee C. Fleury, MD, MPH.
The decision to join The Women’s Cancer Center of Nevada came after Dr. Fleury worked with the staff during her training and residency. She says she was inspired by the level of care and expertise offered at the facility.
Dr. Fleury has been involved in several professional and academic societies throughout her career. Among her activities, she is a Fellow-in-Training in the Society of Gynecologic Oncologists and a HERA Foundation OSB1 Grant Award Recipient for 2011-2012.
Dr. Fleury is also proficient in reading, writing and speaking the Spanish language; a useful skill for her community outreach efforts in foreign countries and time spent studying abroad throughout her education.
Dr. Fleury’s received a medical degree at the University Of Nevada School Of Medicine in 2005 and a Masters of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2010.
About Women’s Cancer Center
The Women’s Cancer Center of Nevada specializes exclusively in gynecologic cancers, including ovarian, cervical and uterine cancer. As a full member in the Gynecologic Oncology Group, Women’s Cancer Center offers both standard approaches and clinical trials for those who qualify. Women’s Cancer Center surgeons are pioneers in the research and use of laparoscopic techniques, which, though less invasive, can be as effective as more widely used surgical procedures for treating women with gynecologic cancers. Women’s Cancer Center is one of only a handful of major institutions in the country to study this approach.