St. Luke’s Cancer Center recently welcomed Ashley Graul, MD, MSCE, to its team of women’s cancer experts. Dr. Graul is a compassionate and empathetic doctor who treats women with cervical, ovarian, and uterine cancers with fellow gynecologic oncologists Nick Taylor, MD, Rick Boulay, MD and Israel Zighelboim, MD.
“Joining St. Luke’s feels more like joining a family who takes care of our patients together,” says Dr. Graul. “A patient’s battle against cancer is very personal and requires quite an emotional and time investment from everyone involved, so that family atmosphere is really important to our patients, their caregivers and to us as providers.”
Dr. Graul works with her patients to develop a personalized, comprehensive plan to ensure the best clinical outcomes.
After earning her medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine, Dr. Graul completed residency training at Pennsylvania Hospital and her Gynecologic Oncology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. She is published in multiple journals including Gynecologic Oncology and the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer.
In addition to a strong focus on research, she has also strived to make an impact in patient advocacy through lobbying and legislative boards.
“In addition to my interest in patient-focused, supportive care surrounding cancer treatment, I also feel strongly about pursuing clinical research to help advance the field of oncology,” says Dr. Graul.
Dr. Graul and her team are now accepting patients in Bethlehem and Easton. To schedule an appointment, call 484-503-HOPE (4673). Learn more here.