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More than 30 oncology physicians and a full complement of oncology professionals are on staff to serve the patients at the Lynn Cancer Institute. Our patients receive treatment and services from specialists in genetics, surgery, radiation oncology, medical oncology, pathology and imaging. In addition, our staff includes research nurses, who improve patient access to clinical trials and the most advanced forms of treatment.

A unique approach at the Lynn Cancer Institute is our multimodality care. Each multimodality team is comprised of physicians and healthcare professionals who specialize in a specific site of cancer. The team is able to develop standards of care for the specific disease site it treats. These standards reflect the most advanced technology and current treatments available.

This simplifies the entire process for our patients, from diagnosis and treatment, to Wellness and Survivorship programs and allows our patients to focus on one thing — recovery.

Our Approach

Our renowned cancer professionals work together across multiple specialties to provide you with advanced cancer screenings, diagnostics and personalized care.

Physician Spotlight

Physician Spotlight

Thomas Morrissey, M.D., FACOG, FACS, is director of gynecologic oncology at the Lynn Cancer Institute. He is a specialist in the surgical and chemotherapeutic treatment of ovarian, uterine, cervical and other female genital tract cancers. Dr. Morrissey has extensive experience in robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery and radical surgical procedures to treat gynecologic cancers. Dr. Morrissey’s approach to patient care includes immediate availability for consultation with patients with newly diagnosed or suspected gynecologic cancers so patients can start treatment as soon as possible. Dr. Morrissey prioritizes patient education and the care of not only the patient, but also their family regarding the diagnosis and the treatment plan chosen to maximize the chance for a cure. He also integrates and collaborates with supportive care services, including social work and palliative care, to improve each patient’s quality of life.

The advantage of multimodality care

The advantage of multimodality care

At the Institute, we understand the importance of great care. Our multimodal approach to care brings together a team of physicians and healthcare professionals who specialize in a specific site of cancer. We are ready to care for you.


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