Our Cancer Program Our physicians and staff

One of the many factors in distinguishing good cancer care from exceptional care is the people delivering it.

The staff at White Plains Hospital Center for Cancer Care have trained at the finest institutions around the world and across the country and have chosen to bring that care into our community. Every member of the cancer care team at White Plains Hospital is here for patients, ready to listen to personal concerns as they go through cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Use the directory below to learn more about our cancer team. To find a doctor, call
914-849-MyMD.

  • Marc Casasanta, MD
    Colorectal Surgery
    914-948-1000

    Dr. Casasanta is a colorectal surgeon who is double board certified in colorectal and general surgery. He received his medical degree from New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York, and completed his general surgery internship and residency at Medstar Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

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    Mark Gordon, MD
    Surgical Director, Chairman of the Cancer Committee
    914-849-7650

    Dr. Gordon has been a member of the surgical staff at White Plains Hospital for nearly 25 years and is the immediate past Chief of Surgery. He presently serves as Chairman of the Cancer Committee and Surgical Director of the Dickstein Cancer Program.

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    Philip Weber, MD, FACS
    Gastroesophageal Surgery, Biliary and Intestinal Surgery
    914-948-1000

    Dr. Philip Weber is Director of the Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Robotics and Bariatrics at White Plains Hospital, specializing in minimally invasive surgery and has extensive specialized training in advanced, sophisticated laparoscopic surgical techniques only available at large tertiary medical centers.

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    Kimberly Yee, MD
    Colorectal Cancer
    914-948-1000

    Dr. Kimberly Yee is the first board certified female Colorectal surgeon to practice in Westchester County, and she has pioneered several new technologies in the management of colorectal disease at White Plains Hospital.

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