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Cancer Expert – Dr. Judy Schmidt

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JUDY SCHMIDT is a triple board certified Hematology/Oncologist/Internist and completed his Hematology and Medical Oncology medical training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She is now a full time cancer care client consultant advocate and medical expert.

Quality Cancer Care has always been her passion. She testified for the Medical Oncology physician community in Washington DC in 1999 at the request of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) at a Senate subcommittee on Quality Cancer Care specifically addressing Quality Cancer Care delivery in rural settings. The Honorable Senators Diane Feinstein and Connie Mack presided.

Dr. JUDY SCHMIDT is Excellent medical training, credentials and comprehension of the complex medical data base. She has Extensive real-world experience and Networking with world experts. She efficiently distill the salient standard of care and causation issues

Her ability to communicate in both technical and lay terms. She is Calm and well-prepared for deposition and trial.

Experience:

1-Missoula Medical Oncology Missoula, Montana Medical Group Practice 1988-1991

2-Guardian Oncology And Center for Wellness Missoula, Montana Solo Medical Practice 1991-2010

3-Maui Medical Group Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii Multispecialty Group Medical Practice 2010-2011

4-Quality Cancer Care Maui, Hawaii 2011-present, Phoenix, Arizona 2015-present

Services provided by Dr. Judy Schmidt include serving as an Expert Witness, and providing Expert Opinions and Testimony related to cases, malpractice, second opinions, and file reviews.

For clients we provide medical consultations and second opinions, complete medical file review and discussion.

Finding out that you or a loved one has cancer can be overwhelming. There are always many questions, and people may not even know where to begin or what questions to ask. Unfortunately, cancer is relatively common. While the probability of developing an invasive cancer is approximately 40%; 2/3 of those patients will be cured with appropriate care.

Expert advice regarding the treatment of serious illness is essential for recovery.

We, at Quality Cancer Care will help you understand how a diagnosis of cancer is made and what it means. Well answer some of the most common questions about cancer and offer suggestions to help you talk about it with your health care team and with people close to you.

Dr. JUDY SCHMIDT is Excellent medical training, credentials and comprehension of the complex medical data base. She has Extensive real-world experience and Networking with world experts. She efficiently distill the salient standard of care and causation issues

Her ability to communicate in both technical and lay terms. She is Calm and well-prepared for deposition and trial.

With 25 years of clinical experience assisting clients with all of their cancer, hematology, and internal medicine care needs, we are here to help you and your chosen Health Care Professionals; to be a member of your chosen Health Care team and do our best to ensure you receive the best medical treatments applicable to your unique situation.

Services include:

A thorough review of ALL medical records, including pathology reports

Help you and your family understand the diagnosis, staging, treatment options, follow up and prognosis of your cancer.

Determine if we need a second opinion on the pathology of your cancer

Researching and helping you chose The Best Medical Team for you

Provide and discuss current treatment guidelines and options with you, and members of your family, (if desired)

Review ALL treatment and non-treatment options with you on an ongoing basis

Delineate the risks and benefits of any treatment choices (and review the Informed Consents you are asked to sign)

Be by your side and support you no matter what you chose or do not chose

Review your medications and vitamins/supplements for any potential drug or food interactions

Look at potential complementary/alternative strategies that might be helpful

Consultation Report with all review of the medical record provided for you and your health care team

24/7 availability for questions or review

Referral for legal advice

FAQ: Am I, or my loved one ready for hospice?

A: If you are asking the question, you must be seeing things that are concerning you. Being diagnosed with a life-limiting illness often includes increased confusion, repeated hospitalizations with minimal change, an individual saying, I do not want to go back to the hospital anymore, unexplained weight loss, and/or poor hygiene. All of these symptoms may be part of a larger problem and need to be addressed by a physician. Together, a plan of care for your loved one will need to be created that may include hospice care.

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