Stanley Gutiontov, M.D.
Stanley Gutiontov was born and raised in Chicago as a first generation American after his family immigrated here from Belarus. He went to college and medical school at Northwestern University as part of the Honors Program in Medical Education. He spent his intern year in the general surgery program at Weill Cornell Medicine where he gained an appreciation of surgical technique and multi-disciplinary collaboration. Following this, he completed his residency training in radiation oncology at The University of Chicago, where he participated in both clinical and translational research and was an author of numerous scientific publications. He also completed a fellowship in medical education and was heavily involved in teaching medical students and other specialists about radiation oncology.
“I take care of all cancers but have a special interest in central nervous system, head and neck, lung, and gynecologic cancers. I enjoy traveling, hiking, swimming, learning new languages, and writing (both poetry and short stories). In the clinic, I take pride in being meticulous in my attention to detail, being empathetic and listening carefully to each person’s story, and striving to provide state of the art cancer treatment, all while clearly explaining each decision. I work with each patient to come up with a treatment plan that takes into account both their medical history and their personal philosophy and wishes. I look forward to meeting you and helping you along your journey.”