Meet Our Breast Cancer Team
The team at Celilo Cancer Center uses a collaborative approach to treating
and caring for patients. Each specialty is represented at regular meetings
where each patients progress is discussed and the next steps are determined.
Meet the Team Here:
Melodi Johnson, BSN, OCN, CBCN Breast Care Coordinator
Melodi is the breast care coordinator for Mid-Columbia Medical Center.
She works with a diverse and collaborative cancer treatment team at Celilo
Cancer Center where personalized healthcare and education are key components
of the care process.
Kerry Proctor, MD, Pathologist
Dr. Proctor says she feels a special connection to her patients with breast-related
health issues. She enjoys being part of a multi-disciplinary team, with
the common goal of delivering the highest level of care.
Paula Lee-Volkov, MD, Radiologist
Dr. Lee-Volkov enjoys the opportunity to use data that a primary care physician
has provided about their patient and, like a detective, analyze it to
help make diagnoses. She also loves the chance she gets daily to make
a positive impact on patients’ lives.
Lynne Allen, MN, ARNP, Oncology Nurse Practitioner
Lynne’s healthcare career has its roots in her teenage years, when
she was a candy-striper at her local hospital in Baker City. She says
Celilo is the career destination of her dreams.
Jessica Vincenzo, LCSW, CN-BC, Certified Breast Navigator
Jessica is a resource for patients during one of the most stressful periods
of their lives. Navigating cancer before, during and after treatment is
many times the hardest thing a person and their caregivers will ever do.
Jessica makes every effort to alleviate stressors to allow patients to
focus solely on their healing.
Steve Fu, MD, PhD, Medical Oncologist
Dr. Fu has an extensive background in hematology and oncology, which is
the diagnosis and treatment of blood diseases, especially blood cell cancers
Keith Stelzer, MD, PhD, Radiation Oncologist
Dr. Stelzer is a leading expert in the application of intensity modulated
radiation therapy (IMRT) the technology used at Celilo that shapes radiation
beams more precisely to spare surrounding tissue.
Alice Forsythe, MD, Medical Oncologist