Gynecologic Oncologist Jean Siedel, D.O. is a specialist from the University of Michigan. She sees patients at the Center for Women’s Health on the campus of MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland, Michigan.
Philosophy of Care
“I was attracted to gynecologic oncology as a specialty because it allows me to develop long-term relationships with patients, and it has a unique mix of both surgery and chemotherapy,” said Dr. Siedel.
“I have a whole-patient approach to care, which includes addressing their medical and surgical needs, as well as their emotional and spiritual wellness.”
“I hope to create long-lasting relationships with my patients that span the entire course of their treatment and post-treatment surveillance. I want them to feel their opinions are valued and heard.”
“Helping patients through a difficult time in their life is the most satisfying aspect of my work.”
“During my training, I was exposed to a wide depth and breadth of diseases, both common and rare. I also have a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences which I completed during my fellowship training.”
“The use of targeted therapies and immunotherapy to treat gynecologic cancers has opened up treatment options for patients who otherwise would not have many options.”
Special Interests and Procedures
- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Clinical Trials
During her free time Dr. Siedel enjoys travel and running.
"I have a whole-patient approach to care, which includes addressing their medical and surgical needs, as well as their emotional and spiritual wellness."