The Samaritan Cancer Program welcomes Devon Webster, MD.
Webster earned a bachelor’s and a medical degree from Stanford University. She completed residency training at Oregon Health & Science University, and fellowships in hematology and oncology at the University of Washington.
“I know what it’s like to face a complex, life-threatening diagnosis and unpleasant treatments, so I approach each patient with that understanding,” said Webster, who specializes in advanced breast cancer treatment.
As a Stanford alumna, Webster is excited about the recent relationship between Samaritan Cancer Program and Stanford Cancer Center.
“The Stanford collaboration will create some wonderful opportunities to practice at the forefront of medicine. It’s so important for people to have the most advanced cancer care close to home,” said Webster.
Webster describes herself as a fierce patient advocate. “I’ve developed deep relationships with patients and their families … I’m always honored that people let me be part of their human experience of facing cancer. It’s a privilege I never take lightly.”
In her free time, she enjoys being out in nature, exploring on her recumbent tricycle, writing and making art. She would like to learn how to fly fish.
As part of the Samaritan Cancer Program, Webster will see patients by referral in Lebanon and Corvallis. She can be reached at Samaritan Hematology & Oncology Consultants at 541-768-4950.