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Posts by Rachel C. Sisodia, MD


As a Gynecologic Oncologist my expertise is in performing complex surgeries and administering oncologic treatments for cancers of the ovary, uterus, cervix, vulva, vagina and other conditions. As a physician, I feel it is our duty to be incredibly kind to our patients and to partner with them to fight this challenge together, as a team. My deepest commitment is to perform each woman's surgery expertly and in pursuit of the best possible outcome that we can obtain for her, while minimizing the risk of complications. I leverage this commitment to quality of care in my work as the Chief Quality Officer for Mass General Brigham. In this role I am responsible for the quality and safety of all health care provided throughout our system, spanning thirteen hospitals, thousands of physicians, and millions of patient lives. While my clinical interest is primarily in providing high quality, safe, excellent surgical and clinical care, as a mother myself, I also have a particular passion in utilizing the newest research and techniques to thoughtfully care for young women with gynecologic cancers who still desire to have children or build their families. I am deeply honored to practice here at Mass General, where experts from all over the country work together and allow us to ensure each patient receives world class care.

I obtained my medical degree from Emory University and completed residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the combined Brigham & Women's/Massachusetts General Hospital program at Harvard. Following residency, I completed my fellowship training in Gynecologic Oncology at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Currently, I am Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, where my research is in the science of balancing what is most important to the patient (quality of life, body function and image, reproductive outcomes and goals for their life) with what is medically required to cure their cancer or lengthen their life, a field of study known as Patient Reported Outcomes. I lecture nationally and internationally on this topic, have published over 80 peer reviewed articles and book chapters, sit on numerous national advisory boards and serve as a Co-Chair of the Quality Committee of our national governing body in Gynecologic Oncology.

Obstetrics & Gynecology Care at Mass General

The Mass General Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology offers the highest level of care to women. Our clinical and research team is a leader in advancing treatments for gynecologic cancers, menopause, high-risk obstetrics, infertility and urogynecology.