Alexandria T. Phan, MD, FACP (Medical Oncology, Hematology)Professor of Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology
Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin
8800 West Doyne Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Dr. Phan received her medical doctorate from the Unviersity of California at Irvine, trained in Internal Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, and completed her Hematology-Oncology fellowship training at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Clinical practice, clinical research and education are three pillars important to Dr. Phan’s approach to cancer care. Her areas of focus for clinical research and patient care are neuroendocrine tumors and malignancies of the gastroinestinal system. She has held several leadership positions including cancer center director, founding program director for Hematology-Oncology fellowship, medical director of clinical research, and national director for GI cancer program. She has published in peer reviewed journals and medical text books on the topics relating to her specialization. Dr. Phan has a wealth of experience in healthcare systems, after having worked at various academic institutions and large healthcare systems, including Houston Methodist Hospital System, City of Hope-Cancer Treatment Centers of America, NCI-designated University of New Mexico Center and NCI-designated University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
“I provide personalized cancer care in the area of medical oncology, especially focus in neuroendocrine tumor and malignancies of GI tract. I believe that every patient’s cancer treatment should be personalized, and that cancer care should be based on scientific evidence and best practices,” says Dr. Phan. “I remind myself daily that what I do is a privilege.”