Thoracic Surgery

What We Offer You for Esophagus and Lung Care

At Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare thoracic surgery, our lung, thymic, esophageal, and chest wall cancer specialists use state-of the-art diagnostics to rapidly assess your cancer. With new knowledge about the genetic makeup of tumor types, our team provides a personalized treatment plan that matches your needs and condition. Our doctors offer procedures that require extensive experience and training, some of which are offered at only a handful of medical centers in the country.

 

 


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Your Care Team

The Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare Thoracic Surgery Program delivers superior care and outcomes. A broad team of specialists collaborates to confirm the smallest details of your condition and make recommendations for your care and recovery.

Extended Care Team

Advanced Practice Providers (APPs)

This health care provider works in collaboration with your medical oncologist to help care for you during your treatment and follow-up. An APP can be a physician assistant (PA) or a nurse practitioner (NP). A nurse practitioner is an advanced practice nurse who has completed graduate education and is trained to do physical exams, diagnose, prescribe, and treat medical conditions. Our APPs can help manage your side effects and help carry out your treatment plan safely. You may alternate visits between your APP and oncologist.

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