Multidisciplinary Cancer Clinic

A Multidisciplinary Genitourinary Oncology Clinic provides a united assault in the treatment of genitourinary tract cancers. The clinic brings together healthcare providers from Urologic Surgery, Radiation Oncology (radiation therapy), and Oncology (chemotherapy). Patients are seen and case histories, medical records, and medical reports are reviewed. Urologic surgeons, radiation oncologists, and oncologists then strategically plot an individualized, united medical and/or surgical plan of care for each patient.  To schedule an appointment, please call 402-559-4292.

MULTIDISCIPLINARY CLINIC SPECIALISTS

UROLOGIC SURGERY
Chad A. LaGrange, MD, FACS
Professor of Surgery, Urology
Edward and Sally Malashock Chair of Urologic Surgery

Dr. LaGrange's practice is focused on minimally invasive surgery. He performs both standard laparoscopic and robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy.  He earned his BA and MD degrees from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He completed his Urology residency at the University of Kentucky.

Chad LaGrange, MD

UROLOGIC SURGERY
S.L. Boyle, MD

Assistant Professor of Urology


Dr. Boyle's practice is focused on urologic oncology including open and minimally invasive surgery. She completed the Urologic Oncology fellowship at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland.

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RADIATION ONCOLOGY
Charles A. Enke, MD

Professor and Chairman
Radiation Oncology

Prostate cancer is among Dr. Enke's clinical and research interests.  He earned his MD at the University of Iowa and completed his Radiation Oncology residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

 Charles A. Enke, MD

RADIATION ONCOLOGY
Michael Baine, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
Radiation Oncology

Prostate and urologic cancers are among Dr. Baine's clinical and research interests.  He earned his MD, PhD in cancer biology, and completed his Radiation Oncology residency here at UNMC.

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ONCOLOGY
Benjamin A. Teply, MD

Assistant Professor
Medical Oncology

Dr. Teply is an expert in the medical management of genitourinary cancers.  His research focus includes novel  therapies, optimal use of approved therapies, and clinical trials.  After medical school at UNMC, he completed residency at the University of Michigan and his oncology fellowship at Johns Hopkins.

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