Windsong is thrilled to have added the newest Buffalo Saber to its team. Dr. Cameron Saber, not to be confused with a “Sabre”, is a board certified diagnostic radiologist specializing in Breast Imaging who joined Windsong on March 5th.
Dr. Thomas Summers, President of Windsong amusingly shared, “We brought our newest Saber on board just as the NHL trade deadline came to an end. On a serious note, Dr. Saber complements our team of breast imaging specialists, who are dedicated to women’s health and early detection. We are so pleased to have him join us.”
According to Dr Saber it was the combination of sophisticated imaging technology and medical knowledge in radiology that improves diagnoses and guides patient care which drew him to the field of radiology.
Dr. Saber enjoys working closely with patients and the wide variety of clinicians and specialists involved in their care. He chose to specialize in breast imaging for the important opportunity to make a direct and positive impact on patients’ lives. “Like my Windsong colleagues,” he added, “I am passionate about finding breast cancer at its smallest stage so as to greatly improve patients’ outcomes. For these reason I am honored to be a member of the Windsong team; where the values, the people, and the technology allow us all to provide the best radiology services to our patients.”
Dr. Saber is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and completed his Diagnostic Radiology Residency at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital. Dr. Saber then completed his breast imaging fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School teaching hospital in Boston, MA, in 2009. He is a board certified diagnostic radiologist specializing in Breast Imaging.
Dr. Saber was a supporting faculty member at Michigan State University and a functional MRI researcher. Before entering medical school he also received his JD from the University of Illinois, where he was awarded “Outstanding Teaching Assistant” at the College of Commerce. Windsong proudly welcomes him to the Buffalo team.