Care Team

Gyn Oncology Specialists is dedicated to guiding patients from diagnosis, through treatment courses, to survivorship, to end of life. Our team works together to ensure the best possible outcomes.

Dr. Wu directly oversees and follows through each medical plan.

Gynecologic Oncologist

Eijean Wu, MD, MPP

Board Certified in Gynecologic Oncology & OBGYN

Languages spoken: English, Mandarin

In my own life, I have been the patient, the caregiver, the researcher, the policymaker, and the physician. My passion is to make the healthcare system work for every person and alleviate suffering around cancer.

When I meet you, you will have been diagnosed with a serious illness or ‘The Big C.’ In that moment, my work is to make a connection and help you understand how the situation of cancer can be managed. My team and I will walk you through the surgical and therapeutic parts of your healing journey, and facilitate additional support to bring back your sense of well-being. You will not face this challenge alone.

Education & Training

  1. University of Southern California, LAC+USC Medical Center

    Clinical Instructor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology · Fellow, Division of Gynecologic Oncology

  2. Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center

    Administrative Chief Resident, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women’s Health

  3. Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine

    Medical Doctor

  4. Harvard University, J.F.K. School of Government

    Master in Public Policy, Concentration in Health Care Policy and Leadership

  5. Harvard University, Harvard College

    A.B. in History & Science, cum laude

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Chief Residents

Chief Residents are Medical Doctors specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology in their final months of training. As part of your care team, the chief resident may ask questions, perform exams and office procedures, evaluate your test results, counsel you on treatment options and assist Dr. Wu in performing surgery.

Drs. Chung, Dewald, Simko & Mabandla

Languages spoken

English, Korean, Spanish

Oncology Certified Nurse

Our Oncology Certified Nurse has specific training and experience in administering chemotherapy and other infused medications.

Alfred De Los Santos, RN, OCN

Languages spoken

English, Tagalog

Medical Assistants

Our medical assistants make things happen. They schedule appointments, obtain insurance authorizations, provide translation, assist in office procedures, and communicate basic results and instructions. They also arrange tests, surgeries, and referrals.

Cecilia C.

Languages spoken

English, Spanish

Claudia S.

Languages spoken

English, Spanish

Laria A.

Languages spoken

English, Spanish

Neidy V.

Languages spoken

English, Spanish

Comprehensive Treatment

We coordinate professionals outside of our office as needed to fulfill your care plan.

Medical Oncologist – specializes in treating cancer using chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, biological therapy, and targeted therapy

Radiation Oncologist – specializes in using radiation to treat cancer

Palliative Care Provider – specializes in improving the quality of life of cancer patients, by preventing or treating as early as possible disease symptoms, treatment side effects, and psychological, social, and spiritual problems related to the condition

Medical Geneticist – counsels individuals and families at risk for certain genetic disorders or cancers

Pathologist – identifies diseases by studying cells and tissues under a microscope

Social Worker – talks with patients and caregivers about emotional or physical needs, and finds support services

Dietitian – helps with food choices and nutritional needs for complex diseases

Physical Therapist – evaluates and treats people who have conditions or injuries that limit their ability to move and do physical activities

Cancer Registrar – specializes in capturing de-identified data on cancer patients to allow researchers, healthcare providers, and public health officials to better monitor and advance treatments, conduct research, and improve prevention and screening programs

Becoming our patient

What to expect for your first appointment

Patient resources

Information to review with your loved ones