Meet Our Team
The Foshay Cancer Center at Jupiter Medical Center offers a team of health
care professionals who are committed to providing quality care for our
patients. They have trained at some of the most prestigious facilities
in the United States. As a patient, you can rest assured that their combined
expertise ensures that you will receive high quality care throughout your
We have physician specialists to meet all of your needs. Our team includes
pathologists, surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, internal
medicine physicians, radiologists and more. To find a physician, please
contact us at 561-263-4400.
Our treatment team includes highly skilled, experienced professionals who
are experts in cancer care, many of whom you and your family with meet
and interact with during your treatment.
- Doctors, Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
Attending Physician/Hospitalist: Supervises care for patients who are hospitalized.
Medical Oncologist: Specializes in cancer and oversees chemotherapy and/or other medical
Radiation Oncologist: Specializes in the treatment of cancer using radiation. They develop
and prescribe each cancer patient’s treatment plan and ensure that
treatments are given accurately.
Medical Radiation Physicist: Qualified medical physicists work directly with the radiation oncologist
in the treatment planning and delivery. They oversee the work of dosimetrists
and ensure that complex treatments are properly tailored for each patient.
Radiation Therapist: Work with radiation oncologists and administer daily treatment under
the doctors’ prescription and supervision.
Dosimetrist: Carefully calculate the dose of radiation to make sure the tumor gets
enough exposure while sparing normal tissues. They work with the doctor
and medical physicist to choose the treatment plan that is just right
for every patient.
Radiation Oncology Nurse: Works with the radiation team to care for patients during their course
of treatment. They evaluate patients before, during and after treatment
and provide education about treatment and side effects.
Chemotherapy Nurse: Administers treatment prescribed by the medical oncologist. They evaluate
and monitor patients before, during and after chemotherapy treatment and
provide education regarding treatment and side effects.
Patient Navigators: Nurses with experience caring for cancer patients. They assist with education
and support throughout each patient’s cancer journey.
Social Worker: Provides practical help and counseling to patients and their family members.
They often facilitate support groups and connect patients to resources
Dietitian: Works with patients to educate and provide recipes and nutritional supplements
to maintain or improve their nutritional status before, during and after
In addition to our physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals,
we have an experienced front office team who handle patient registration
and appointment scheduling, new patient paperwork, medical records and