Breast Cancer Surgery Consultations for our Rockford area Patients

Dr. Daniel J. Farrugia MD PhD is the only fellowship-trained breast cancer surgeon in McHenry county. He is board-certified by the American Board of Surgery. He strives for an integrated approach to breast cancer care by a multidisciplinary team that collaborates with the patient’s family physician to provide comprehensive breast cancer care.

Clinical Expertise:

  • Premenopausal breast cancer
  • High-risk breast disease and inherited breast cancer
  • Breast conservation surgery
  • Radioactive seed localization of breast tumors
  • Nipple-sparing mastectomy

Dr. Farrugia’s cancer research has been cited over a thousand times in medical literature. He has also presented his research at several international medical conferences. Notable awards for his work in breast cancer include:

Dr. Farrugia’s everyday goal is to champion the humanity behind the disease through empathy and understanding, recognizing the inner fight in every patient against the physical and psychological stresses that disease brings. He strives to provide patients with some sense of peace, lessen their fear and diminish their suffering.

Dr. Farrugia sees patients at Centegra Hospital Huntley or at Centegra Gavers Breast Center in Crystal Lake.

Centegra Hospital Huntley Office (Monday AM)

The Centegra Huntley Outpatient Office is in a separate building adjacent to the main Huntley Hospital. It is also connected to the main hospital by an enclosed passage way.

Centegra Huntley Office
Medical Office Building 1
10350 Haligus Road, Suite 200A
Huntley, IL 60142

 

Surgery is performed at Centegra Hospital Huntley or Centegra Hospital McHenry.

Daniel J Farrugia MD PhD Administrator
Director, Centegra Comprehensive Breast Program
Daniel Farrugia MD PhD is a fellowship-trained breast surgeon in the northern suburbs of Chicago. He is Director of the Centegra Comprehensive Breast Program. His research in breast cancer has been published in top international journals, and has been cited over a thousand times in the medical literature.
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