Dr. Ana Cuestra-Fernandez, MD
Member of Orlando Health Medical Group Member of Orlando Health Medical Group

Ana Elisa Cuesta Fernandez, MD - Hematology & Oncology

Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center

Address: 22 W. Underwood St.
3rd Floor
Orlando, FL 32806

Call: 321.843.8370

Bio

Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch.

Ana Cuesta-Fernandez, MD, is an oncologist specializing in breast cancer care and treatment. She is dedicated to providing exceptional care to her patients and committed to leveraging the resources of Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center. This includes a commitment to using the most recent research to develop personalized treatment plans based on each patient’s genetics and special needs.

Dr. Cuesta-Fernandez received her medical degree from Instituto Superior de Ciencias Medicas Villa Clara in Cienfuegos Faculty, Cuba. She completed a family practice residency at Area V Policlinic in Cuba, and an internal medicine residency at New York Medical College at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York. Dr. Cuesta also completed a hematology/oncology fellowship at Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center, where she served as chief fellow.

She is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Society of Hematology, American Society of Clinical Oncology and the Society of Hematologic Oncology. Additionally, she has nearly 10 years of research experience and is the author of several published articles.

The Breast Care Center at Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center delivers the highest quality, personalized care according to national guidelines such as those of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.

Board Certifications

Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch.

Academic Information

Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch.

Medical Education

Instituto Superior de Ciencias Medicas de Villa Clara

Residency

New York Medical College (Westchester)

Fellowship

Orlando Health

Overall

legend-flagClosed legend-flagImpacted legend-flagComing Soon
Total Locations: 2

BreastCancer_web_600x300w_465631217

Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

Receiving a breast cancer diagnosis is a scary time in any woman’s life. Our compassionate breast care team is here to nurture you throughout the treatment and recovery process.

Learn More
2015_04_13_MelanomaSarcomaCenter_SquamousCellCarcinoma_web_iS_000011808867

Ductal Carcinoma

Ductal Carcinoma

Ductal carcinoma, the most common form of breast cancer, either is confined to the milk ducts (in situ) or has broken through to surrounding tissue (invasive).

Learn More
2015_03_17_InflammatoryBreastCancer_web_iS_000014658131

Inflammatory Breast Cancer

Inflammatory Breast Cancer

Our oncology team can confirm whether observable changes in your breast, including redness or swelling, may indicate a rare form of breast cancer that often is detected late or misdiagnosed.

Learn More
2015_04_13_MelanomaSarcomaCenter_SquamousCellCarcinoma_web_iS_000011808867

Lobular Carcinoma

Lobular Carcinoma

Our oncology team will determine whether your breast cancer is contained and can be removed through minimally invasive surgery, or whether more extensive surgery may be required.

Learn More
2015_04_13_MelanomaSarcomaCenter_MaleBreastCancer_web_iS_000019957372

Male Breast Cancer

Male Breast Cancer

Men diagnosed with breast cancer typically have ductal carcinoma, an aggressive form that may spread quickly. Our oncologists confirm a diagnosis and make recommendations for treatment.

Learn More
2015_04_13_MelanomaSarcomaCenter_DIEP_web_iS_000011811666

Recurrent Breast Cancer

Recurrent Breast Cancer

If cancer returns to your breast or affects another part of your body months or years after it originally was treated, our oncology team will recommend a personalized course of action.

Learn More

Online Scheduling