Gallbladder and bile duct cancer are rare types of gastrointestinal cancers. They are typically diagnosed in later stages because they do not usually cause any signs or symptoms. Doctors usually find these types of cancer after removing the gallbladder or checking for gallstones.
Miami Cancer Institute can provide access to clinical trials not widely available elsewhere. Clinical trials find new ways to treat and diagnose cancer and are ongoing. If an appropriate trial is available, we will talk to you about the benefits and risks.
At Miami Cancer Institute, we understand that the true definition of compassionate care is that nothing is more important than the patient sitting in front of you. We are ready to care for you.
The Association for Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs has recognized Miami Cancer Institute for promoting ethically sound and safe human subject research practices.
Miami Cancer Institute has been awarded full accreditation by the Association for Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs (AAHRPP), after having completed the accreditation process with zero deficiencies. This is a significant achievement and a testament to our commitment to the highest standards in promoting ethically sound and safe human subject research practices.
As Florida's only member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Alliance, Miami Cancer Institute is part of a deep and functional collaboration that affords patients access to innovative treatments right here at home and ensures that the standards of care developed by our multidisciplinary disease management team match those at MSK.
Jessica McCarrick, M.D., is a board-certified dermatologist with Miami Cancer Institute, part of Baptist Health. She specializes in general medical and surgical dermatology services, including dermatology care for people of color. She is fluent in English and conversational Spanish.
Through extensive research in her field, Dr. McCarrick demonstrates her commitment to excellence. Her research contributions can be found in a variety of publications, including the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. She has also presented her research more than 10 times to the Washington D.C. Dermatological Society.
Through her work, Dr. McCarrick strives to treat every patient with the most individualized care possible. She understands that dermatological conditions can be socially, mentally and physically distressing. She offers exceptional culturally sensitive care to all her patients. In her free time, Dr. McCarrick enjoys dancing, listening to music and a little lazy gardening.