St. Joseph Regional Medical Center is proud to have Dr Tyler Buckley on staff as a medical oncologist and haematologist. Buckley practices medicine in Lewiston, Idaho. He received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine and has been in active medical practice for the past nine years.
Tyler Buckley is an expert in diagnosing, staging, and treatment of several forms of cancer. He is a Board Certified Medical Oncologist who specializes in this field. To devise an accurate and individualized strategy for treating cancer, he uses several diagnostic techniques, such as radiologic tests, tissue and liquid biopsies, genetic and molecular profiling, and more. To treat a wide variety of tumours, Tyler Buckley oversees the use of chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and targeted medicines. Within the context of a multi-disciplinary strategy for treating cancer, he works closely with oncologists who specialize in surgery and radiation.
Tyler Buckley possesses extensive training in diagnosing, treating, and preventing blood disorders and malignancies, thanks to being a Board Certified Hematologist. Blood malignancies such as Hodgkins and non-Hodgkins lymphomas, leukaemias, plasma cell diseases such as myeloma, and bone marrow failure syndrome are some of the conditions that he diagnoses and treats. In addition, Tyler Buckley, an expert in treating and preventing blood coagulation and bleeding problems, anaemias including iron deficiency, and myeloproliferative diseases, focuses on treating and preventing these conditions.
Tyler Buckley holds a degree in allopathic medicine and extra training as an Internal Medicine specialist, for which he has received Board Certification. In addition, he holds board certifications in the medical specialities of haematology, oncology, and internal medicine.
Tyler Buckley received his Cum Laude degree (equivalent to an undergraduate degree) and graduated with honours from medical school. After that, he was honoured with Resident of the Year.
Tyler Buckley is a member of many prestigious organizations in the medical field, including the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the American Society of Hematology (ASH), and the American Medical Association (AMA) (AMA). One of the hospitals he is affiliated with is the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Idaho.
The practice of palliative care is Tyler Buckley's area of expertise. Palliative care is a medical treatment that focuses on improving a patient's quality of life even when battling a life-limiting or severe illness such as cancer. It considers the individual as a whole, not simply the ailment. Because it is critical to treat the causes and side effects of any sickness as quickly as possible, this includes any mental, spiritual, or social issues that may be present. Tyler Buckley is aware that qualified medical professionals can administer palliative care to patients in their homes and in healthcare settings such as hospitals, outpatient clinics, and long-term care facilities. In addition, palliative care is accessible to people of any age or stage in their illness, free of charge.
Skiing, climbing, and mountaineering are just a few of the many outdoor activities that Tyler Buckley enjoys to the fullest. He is also a staunch advocate for the preservation of the natural environment. In addition to that, he is pretty enthusiastic about fishing, weightlifting, pets, and the kitchen.