Comprehensive Breast Center of Arizona: Caring Experts Who Take the Journey With You.

DANIELLE DUCHINI
DO, FSSO

Dr. Duchini is a Board Certified, Fellowship Trained Breast Surgical Oncologist and Oncoplastic Reconstructive Surgeon with over 13 years of experience. She was born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania and completed her medical training at the Lake Erie School of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her surgical training at the University of Pittsburgh Horizon and spent time at the Cleveland Clinic specifically learning Breast Surgery. She then went on to complete a prestigious fellowship at The Washington Cancer Institute in Washington D.C. which is part of the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute.

 

Medical School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie, PA, 1999

Residency: University of Pittsburg Medical Center, Horizon Farrell, PA, 2005

Fellowship: The Washington Cancer Institute, Washington D.C., 2006

Certifications: Oncoplastic Reconstructive Surgery, Diagnostic and Interventional Breast Ultrasound, & Hidden Scar Breast Cancer Surgery

Language: English

 

Dr. Duchini is located at Comprehensive Breast Center of Arizona in Peoria.

10230 Happy Valley Parkway, #200

Peoria, AZ 85383

(P) 623-265-6341
(F) 623-265-6349

“From day one I knew I was in the hands of the most skilled and caring physician I could have ever hoped for. She treated the body, mind, and spirit. I was able to find humor and hope throughout my treatment. She is an outstanding, over and above physician.”

“As breast surgeons, we need to recognize the special concerns of breast patients.   We have a responsibility to be available, approachable, and provide information regarding community resources and support.  I treat every one of my patients as if they are my mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, and daughter.  I put myself in their shoes and treat them like I would want to be treated. I also understand that the waiting is the hardest part, so I always want to get my patients in as soon as possible.”