Education & Training
Dr. Cameron 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. Dr. Saber was also awarded Buffalo Spree’s 2020 Top Doctor Award.
Why I became a doctor/radiologist
My interest in health, science, and the privilege to serve others in a position of duty and trust led me to become a physician. I take great pride in thoughtful and effective interaction and communication with our patients and clinical colleagues. In Radiology, we combine sophisticated imaging technology with medical knowledge to help make diagnoses and guide patient care. I enjoy working closely with patients and the wide variety of clinicians and specialists involved in their care. I chose to specialize in breast imaging for the important opportunity to make a direct and positive impact on patients’ lives. Like my colleagues, I am passionate about finding breast cancer at its smallest stage so as to greatly improve patients’ outcomes. For these reasons, 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.
Family, Friendships, Sports and Guitar playing
Special interests in medicine/radiology
- Women’s imaging
- Patient education
- Health Care policy, quality assurance