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Julie Forstner

Clinical Instructor In Radiation Oncology, Medical School

University of Michigan

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University of Michigan

1150 W. Medical Center Drive

Ann Arbor, Michigan,48109

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1817, the University of Michigan (U-M) is widely recognized as one of the world's leading research universities. The hallmark of the University is the breadth of excellence across its 19 schools and colleges and the exceptional degree of interdiscip...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Radiation Oncology

Metropolitan Hospital


Radiation Oncology Physician

Spectrum Health


Chief Resident In the Department of Radiation Oncology

University of California , San Francisco


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WMSTI

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Dr. Julie Forstner, assistant professor of radiation oncology at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, recently landed the top job as head of radiation oncology services for the Cancer Center at Metro Health Village.
Metro Health joined the U-M Radiation Oncology Network in June, the seventh health care center in the state to do so, creating the job and a host of new services for West Michigan cancer patients. The venture enables cancer patients to receive radiation therapy guided by Forstner and a team of cancer specialists at U-M without having to travel to Ann Arbor for treatment. The team of physicians from the radiation oncology centers communicates via video conferencing and through computer links. Every case is reviewed by the team of specialists within the Radiation Oncology Network before treatment begins. "I can talk to, and see, any physician anywhere in the system on one computer, and, at the same time, we can both review and discuss a patient's test results that are on another computer," Forstner says. The Cancer Center provides radiation oncology for a wide variety of cancers, including head and neck, breast cancer, liver cancer. lymphomas and others. Forstner, 40, has done radiation oncology at Spectrum Health since 1997. "I think what's special about what we offer here [through the Radiation Oncology Network] is the experience of how to use the various types of radiation equipment," she says. "Some of the team members have studied it from the very beginning and give the talks and are the experts. I come to this with my own experience and abilities, but I'm also able to learn from the experts in the field, and to help save lives." Source: Julie Forstner, M.D., Cancer Center at Metro Health Village and University of Michigan Medical School


WMSTI

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Dr. Julie Forstner, assistant professor of radiation oncology at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, recently landed the top job as head of radiation oncology services for the Cancer Center at Metro Health Village.
Metro Health joined the U-M Radiation Oncology Network in June, the seventh health care center in the state to do so, creating the job and a host of new services for West Michigan cancer patients. The venture enables cancer patients to receive radiation therapy guided by Forstner and a team of cancer specialists at U-M without having to travel to Ann Arbor for treatment. The team of physicians from the radiation oncology centers communicates via video conferencing and through computer links. Every case is reviewed by the team of specialists within the Radiation Oncology Network before treatment begins. "I can talk to, and see, any physician anywhere in the system on one computer, and, at the same time, we can both review and discuss a patient's test results that are on another computer," Forstner says. The Cancer Center provides radiation oncology for a wide variety of cancers, including head and neck, breast cancer, liver cancer. lymphomas and others. Forstner, 40, has done radiation oncology at Spectrum Health since 1997. "I think what's special about what we offer here [through the Radiation Oncology Network] is the experience of how to use the various types of radiation equipment," she says. "Some of the team members have studied it from the very beginning and give the talks and are the experts. I come to this with my own experience and abilities, but I'm also able to learn from the experts in the field, and to help save lives." Source: Julie Forstner, M.D., Cancer Center at Metro Health Village and University of Michigan Medical School WMSTI | Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences | 301 Michigan St NE | Grand Rapids MI | 49503


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Dr. Julie Forstner, assistant professor of radiation oncology at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, recently landed the top job as head of radiation oncology services for the Cancer Center at Metro Health Village.
Metro Health joined the U-M Radiation Oncology Network in June, the seventh health care center in the state to do so, creating the job and a host of new services for West Michigan cancer patients. The venture enables cancer patients to receive radiation therapy guided by Forstner and a team of cancer specialists at U-M without having to travel to Ann Arbor for treatment. The team of physicians from the radiation oncology centers communicates via video conferencing and through computer links. Every case is reviewed by the team of specialists within the Radiation Oncology Network before treatment begins. "I can talk to, and see, any physician anywhere in the system on one screen, and, at the same time, we can both review and discuss a patient's test results that are on another screen," Forstner says. The Cancer Center provides radiation oncology for a wide variety of cancers, including head and neck, breast cancer, liver cancer. lymphomas and others. Forstner, 40, has done radiation oncology at Spectrum Health since 1997. "I think what's special about what we offer here [through the Radiation Oncology Network] is the experience of how to use the various types of radiation equipment," she says. "Some of the team members have studied it from the very beginning and give the talks and are the experts. I come to this with my own experience and abilities, but I'm also able to learn from the experts in the field." Source: Julie Forstner, M.D., Cancer Center at Metro Health Village and University of Michigan Medical School


News & Events | Metro Health

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Julie Forstner, M.D., has joined the U-M faculty as part of Metro Health's joint venture with the University of Michigan's Department of Radiation Oncology.
She is providing care at the new Cancer Center at Metro Health Village.


metrohealth.net

Julie Forstner, M.D., will lead radiation oncology services at the new
21,500-square-foot Cancer Center at Metro Health Village in Wyoming as part of a joint venture with the University of Michigan Health System. Forstner joins the faculty at the University of Michigan Medical School, where she received her medical degree. She will hold the title assistant professor of radiation oncology. As part of the U-M Radiation Oncology Network, Forstner will have full access to UMHS specialists and clinical trials. For our patients, it's the best of both worlds," Forstner says. Forstner is board certified in radiation oncology. After receiving her medical degree from the U-M Medical School in 1993, she did her residency in radiation oncology at the University of California, San Francisco.


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