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Cancer Care, Medical Oncology
University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology, Hospice and Palliative Care Medicine
Cancer Care, Hematology, Medical Oncology
Medical College of Wisconsin
Internal Medicine, Hematology, Medical Oncology
Each patient’s illness or injury has a unique history or “story”. In obtaining an accurate history, I believe it is important to be an attentive, patient listener. Along with a good history, performing a careful physical examination remains foundational to the practice of medicine. Attention to detail is therefore of critical importance.
Author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle patterned the character of Sherlock Holmes, the consummate detective, after a respected medical school professor renowned for his clinical abilities, especially his keen powers of observation. It was said of this physician that he could often diagnose a patient by observing the person walking down the hallway into the clinic or hospital ward. The practice of medicine, in fact, has many similarities to detective work as physicians piece together “the evidence” from our patients in order to arrive at an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. Some medical problems are readily apparent while others are true challenging “medical mysteries”.
In an effort to practice high quality medicine, I strive to hone my clinical skills of history taking, physical examination, and synthesis of the data by giving thoughtful attention to my patients. Remaining current or “up to date” in the rapidly changing specialties of hematology and medical oncology requires an ongoing effort to study the extensive medical literature, attend continuing medical education courses and national meetings and consult with colleagues and experts when I don’t have all the answers. I therefore recognize the importance of being not only a practitioner of medicine but also a lifelong student.
Cancer Care, Radiation Oncology
Drexel University College of Medicine
Hahnemann University Hospital
After evaluating the patient, reviewing tests and talking with the patient’s other cancer physicians, the radiation oncologist prescribes a treatment plan for the patient.
Throughout the treatment, the radiation oncologist monitors the patient’s condition to maintain high-quality care. The radiation oncologist also works to identify and treat any side effects from the treatments.
“My goal is to provide compassionate care 100 percent of the time,” says Dr. Troicki. “I believe that compassion helps me develop the best possible care plan for patients.”
In addition to English, Dr. Troicki speaks Polish and German.
“What attracted me to Agnesian HealthCare is their focus on providing compassionate care to the entire community,” says Dr. Troicki. “They are engaged in every aspect of the community – from developing safe places for kids to helping residents live healthy and productive lives.”
Dr. Troicki and his wife, Juliane, live in Malone with their children, Oskar, Kasper, Felix, and Hanna-Sophie. He loves to barbecue, do home renovations, and take his family on scenic drives. His family, faith and friends are very important.
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
I first became interested in oncology after my grandfather was diagnosed with colon cancer. I will never forget the cold dark evening when my grandfather had a resection of his colon cancer. My father and I waited for hours for his surgeon to come out of surgery. When the surgeon arrived in the waiting area, my father and I had numerous questions but many went unanswered. The uncertainty of not knowing prognosis and treatment options made my father and I quite anxious. I reflect back often during my medical career, and I always challenge myself to try to educate the patient and family and answer all their questions. The best part of my day is talking to patients and their families about their prognosis and treatment plan.
I have been a radiation oncologist since July of 1994. I did my residency training in radiation oncology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. I started working at Agnesian Healthcare in July of 1998. I feel that Agnesian Healthcare has excellent equipment and technology for our radiation oncology department. Most importantly I feel that the staff at the cancer center is second to none. We truly have committed nurses, technologists, doctors and staff who all have the same goal of compassionate cancer care. I feel blessed to work with such tremendous staff.
I feel blessed to live in the Fond du Lac area and my family and I enjoy the community. My interests include my family, my faith, the Green Bay Packers, the Wisconsin Badgers, the Milwaukee Brewers and the Milwaukee Bucks.
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