Breast Care of Western New York has been a pioneer as the first surgical
practice nationwide to offer its patients breast brachytherapy in
conjunction with lumpectomy surgery through its comprehensive breast
center. This was made possible with the addition of
Dr. Moneer A. Khalil to the practice in early 2008. Dr. Khalil has a long-standing reputation in the Western New York community as an expert radiation oncologist who practices radiotherapy in a kind and compassionate manner.
Dr. Ronald L. Bauer strives to preserve the innovation that facilitated the creation of Breast Care of Western New York and is committed to maintaining awareness of technological advances in breast cancer detection and treatment.
All visits are by appointment only. Please call us today to schedule your consultation.
199 Park Club Lane, Suite 100
Williamsville, NY 14221
|M, T, Th, F:||8:30am to 4:00pm|
|Wednesday:||8:30am to 6:00pm|
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We participate with most major insurance plans. Please call us at 716.332.6834 to confirm that we work with your carrier.
Originally from Baltimore, MD, Dr. Bauer has resided in the Western New York area since 1992. He graduated from the University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Medicine in 1986. This was followed by a surgical residency at West Virginia University. His early interest in oncology led to a surgical oncology fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and culminated with a second surgical oncology fellowship at Roswell Park Cancer Center in 1994, during which time he decided on a career path in breast cancer surgery. He achieved certification through the American Board of Surgery in 1995.
Shortly after the completion of his surgical oncology fellowship, Dr. Bauer joined the staff of Breast Health Associates, where he practiced breast care and surgery until his departure in 2003 to establish his private practice, Breast Care of Western New York.
Dr. Bauer currently serves as the Cancer Center Director for Sisters of Charity Hospital. He is also affiliated with Kaleida Health and Mercy Hospital.
Dr. Bauer is a member of the American College of Surgeons, the American Society of Breast Surgeons, the Society of Surgical Oncology and the American Society of Breast Disease.
Dr. Khalil joined the staff of Breast Care of Western New York in 2008 to add his expertise in providing the finest, up-to-date breast cancer treatment to our patients. He is a board certified Radiation Oncologist well known in the Western New York area for his vast experience in treating cancer patients and for his compassionate nature.
After his graduation from medical school, Dr. Khalil trained in radiation oncology and spent four years in academic practice at Roswell Park Cancer Center, where he was appointed acting Chief of Radiation Medicine in his last year.
Following his tenure at Roswell Park, Dr. Khalil established private practices, Buffalo Radiation Oncology Center and Buffalo Cancer Center. In addition to his duties at Breast Care of Western New York, Dr. Khalil continues to maintain his private practices where he treats a variety of cancer patients with state-of-the-art equipment.
Karen Gutierrez joined our Practice in January 2013. Originally from Louisiana, she earned her Master’s Degree in 1997 from the State University of New York at Buffalo followed by her Nurse Practitioner certification. Prior to that, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1986 from The Ohio State University.
Karen has a diverse background in healthcare which includes comprehensive primary care at family health centers in the Western New York area. She has hospital experience in the medical-surgical environment and preadmission testing area. Karen currently serves as Patient Educator for breast cancer patients at Sisters of Charity Hospital. She is fluent in Spanish, which enables her to teach the language to health professions students at Daemen College and SUNY Buffalo Medical School.
Originally from West Virginia, Andrea Bauer has resided in the Buffalo area for the last 17 years. Her background encompasses a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from West Virginia University in 1986. She went on to obtain her Master’s Degree and Nurse Practitioner Certification in 1991.
Her past experience includes hospital employment in surgical intensive care, recovery room, open heart cardiac care and quality assurance. In the academic setting, she previously served as an Assistant Professor of Nursing at West Virginia University and locally at D’Youville College. However, the last 15 years of her advanced practice have been dedicated to breast health care. She has been working along side her husband, Dr. Ronald L. Bauer—previously at the Sisters Hospital Breast Care Center in Buffalo and presently at his private practice, Breast Care of Western New York, in Williamsville.