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Jasmine M. Wong


Breast cancer surgeon

Dr. Jasmine Wong is a breast cancer surgeon at the Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center in the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Wong received her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and her medical degree from the St. Louis University School of Medicine. After her general surgery residency at Loma Linda University Health, she completed a fellowship in breast surgical oncology at UCSF.

Wong is a member of the American College of Surgeons.

  • Education

    Saint Louis University School of Medicine, 2008

  • Residencies

    Loma Linda University Medical Center, Surgery, 2013

  • Fellowships

    UCSF, Breast Surgical Oncology

  • Board Certifications

    Surgery, American Board of Surgery

  • Academic Title

    Associate Professor

Where I see patients (2)

    My reviews


    Overall Experience
    103 Ratings
    About our process
    Feb 10, 2023
    I feel very fortunate to have had Dr. Wong as my surgeon. She is intelligent caring easy to talk to and always explains my treatment plan and outcomes with sufficient detail that I can understand. I appreciate the care I received from her over the past year.
    Jan 21, 2023
    Dr. Wong gets straight to the point which I appreciate.
    Jan 19, 2023
    I feel very heard and seen and cared for by Dr. Wong. I appreciate her measured and thoughtful approach to my care and her excellent communication.
    Jan 05, 2023
    Dr. Wong appeared exceptionally competent
    Dec 23, 2022
    Dr Wong is attentive very knowledgeable and so compassionate. Thank you for all your care and help. Make time for me to see you sooner.
    Nov 29, 2022
    Very happy with everyone that played a part in my case ..
    Nov 19, 2022
    I cannot possibly recommend someone when I don't know the quality of the services she will provide
    Sep 29, 2022
    This experience was quite different than the one I had with providers during my mamagram/sonogram/biopsy who were ver caring understanding and explained things very clearly. For the amount of information I received I left the clinic feeling very unsettled and uncertain about level of care I would receive going forward . She explained my options (surgery or watchful waiting) but gave me little to no information to help me make that decision. She didn't appear to be very empathic. I have asked to change doctors and get a second opinion but I understand that is against policy. I had surgery last year and also had a great experience with UC doctors and staff. This was an anomaly.
    May 21, 2022
    Dr. Wong as my 2nd opinion was instrumental in providing me surgical options that had not been presented to me from my Kaiser surgeon. She was compassionate listened answered my questions so that I could understand. Took her time with me. Recommended other Kaiser surgeons who also practice similar techniques as she was recommending.
    Apr 30, 2022
    As many doctors but not all have shown that they can't disagee if other doctors made decisions on treatments that turned out unecessary procedures and with side effects not discussed either in the first place and they won't listen to your side of it. Treat you like you are stupid or ignorant and trying to sue or something or like your grievance isn't important. Because the hospital and work they do for that don't have complaints is what matters.
    Apr 11, 2022
    All are good experiences
    Mar 22, 2022
    Dr Wong was great!
    Dec 13, 2021
    I am happy to have met Dr Wong. She is very professional and I know I am in good hands.
    Oct 07, 2021
    I was told I'd be contacted to schedule a surgery and it's been two weeks and haven't been contacted. I find that problematic.
    Jun 15, 2021
    Dr. Wong was exemplary at explaining things and very good when i needed a clarification. when i re-framed the science issues she was able to give me answers in a way my brain could understand which is not usual of providers.
    Decorative Caduceus

    Intraoperative Use of ClearEdge Device in Breast Conserving Surgery

    The percentage of patients with DCIS or invasive cancer involved margins as determined by pathology PM after evaluation with SoC or SoC+ClearEdge.