Conquering cancer requires a team approach, and at Lynn Cancer Institute, unlike many places, we take a comprehensive multimodality approach, and bring the entire medical team to the patient — in one location.

  • Tumor-type physician experts.
  • One phone call for complete care coordination.
  • Pre-treatment planning and integration.
  • Reviewed by dedicated radiologists and pathologists.
  • Access to comprehensive treatment, research and supportive services.

Who should be referred?
All newly diagnosed gastrointestinal cancer patients or patients seeking a second opinion.

Fax referral form to 561-955-5212.

For questions:
Call 561-955-6627.

What Our Patients Have to Say

I am so impressed with the level of competence and care that I have received. This has given me the confidence I need to proceed without worry.
Lynn Cancer Institute Patient
I can’t state enough how professional, kind and skilled everyone I met with was.
Lynn Cancer Institute Patient
Very, very pleased. We live within a mile of another hospital but the the medical attention at Lynn Cancer Institute is well worth the drive to Boca Raton.
Lynn Cancer Institute Patient


  • Avraham Belizon, M.D.

    Avraham Belizon, M.D.


  • S. Forrest Dodson, M.D.

    S. Forrest Dodson, M.D.

  • Stephen Grabelsky, M.D.

    Stephen Grabelsky, M.D.

    Medical Oncology

  • Jordan Moseson, D.O.

    Jordan Moseson, D.O.


  • Stephen Steinberg, M.D.

    Stephen Steinberg, M.D.

    Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy

  • Warren Brenner, M.D.

    Warren Brenner, M.D.

    Medical Oncology

  • David Forcione, M.D.

    David Forcione, M.D.

    Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy

  • Gregg Goldin, M.D.

    Gregg Goldin, M.D.

    Radiation Oncology

  • Andrew Ross, M.D.

    Andrew Ross, M.D.


Support Services

Support Services

Patients may also be seen by:

  • Nutritionist
  • Financial Counselor
  • Psychosocial Counselor
  • Genetics Counselor

Clinical Trials

Miami Cancer Institute can provide access to clinical trials not widely available elsewhere. Clinical trials find new ways to treat and diagnose cancer and are ongoing. If an appropriate trial is available, we will talk to you about the benefits and risks.