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Cancer, Hematology/Oncology, Medical Oncology
American Board of Internal Medicine, Subspecialty in Hematology and Medical Oncology
Joined Virginia Mason - January 2011
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I feel fortunate to have Dr. Rosales as my care provider. He is very caring and thorough. I feel that I am in the best of hands.
Not a bad experience -- but not great. I would like a deeper explanation of my problem and the potentials for more treatment.
No better doctor and staff can be found. Had excellent care. Would recommend to anyone. They all do the very best at making sure you are taken care of to the best of their knowledge and training.
Again, everyone in providers office makes what could be an upsetting concern w/diagnosis easier to handle.
Miss Dr. Chatta, but feel confident in Dr. Rosales. #10. I hope they don´t need his help.
I feel so lucky to have Dr. Rosales as my dr. - - always the best care -
Dr. Rosales is always straight forward and up front with me and I like him as a doctor and person.
He is focused and can communicate like a normal human.
#9. Very high.
Dr Rosales said he would speak to Dr Pham re my having an MRI instead of a PET scan during my follow up appointments in May 2016 and get back to me the week of my January 2016 visit. I still haven´t heard back from him. It´s not a critical issue, but I do have a slight concern re Dr Rosales´ follow through.
Knowledgeable; compassionate, approachable; attentive informed, relevant to the latest breast cancer info; supportive empathetic; skilled.
Dr. Rosales specializes in thoracic oncology and urologic oncology.
UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, 1999
Internal Medicine, St. Mary Medical Center, Long Beach, Calif., 2002
“Ultimately, patient care is the reason why all of us are here, and we should strive to do it well in all its aspects.”
“Thoracic oncology has seen such a tremendous amount of new technology and treatments recently, and this shines a bright new hope upon all of us who are involved, patient and provider alike.”
On Virginia Mason
“It is so gratifying to work where everyone is so committed to the same level of quality and patient care to which I aspire.”
Professional Activities and Awards
Member, American Society of Clinical Oncology Member, American Society of Hematology.