Andrew Buck, DO

Andrew Buck, DO, is a board certified oncologist and fellowship trained hematologist at PSMC’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Dr. Buck has been practicing medicine since 2015.

Dr. Buck earned his medical degree at Touro University Nevada in Henderson, Nevada and completed his residency at Valley Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas. After completing his fellowship in medical oncology at Oklahoma State University and then hematology at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center/University at Buffalo New York, Dr. Buck served as head of Gastrointestinal Medical Oncology in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After moving to Southwest Colorado, he served as the Medical Director for Southwest Oncology at Mercy Medical Center.

Dr. Buck believes in developing evidence-based treatment to fit each patient’s unique healthcare needs, balancing a patient-focused approach with a high standard of care. He is grateful to be able to provide cancer care services in the Four Corners region, which allows his patients to receive care closer to home.

Dr. Buck has long been attracted to the Four Corners area as he and his family enjoy hiking, cycling, camping, and in general, all things outdoors. Prior to medical training, Dr. Buck lived and traveled abroad with a quite impressive travel resume. Since returning to the U.S. and completing his medical and subspecialty training, he looks forward to digging deep roots within the community and providing oncology services for years to come.

Kelly Cesary, MSN, APN, ANP-BC

Kelly Cesary is an Advanced Practice Nurse with 20 years experience with cancer care and chemotherapy. Most recently she was with Cancer Centers of Colorado at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver, a nationally accredited program for breast cancer.

William Jordan, DO, FACOI

William Jordan, DO, FACOI, is a board-certified, fellowship-trained medical oncologist and medical director at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC). Dr. Jordan has an extensive career in medical oncology, with over 25 years working in research, education, and the development of cancer care centers. Dr. Jordan emphasizes practical treatment plans while providing safe, quality care. Dr. Jordan earned his medical degree at the University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Missouri, and completed his residency in internal medicine at Botsford Medical Center in Detroit. He completed his fellowship in medical oncology and was on faculty in developmental therapeutics at the University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He also served on the clinical faculty at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Prior to joining PSMC, Dr. Jordan served as an associate professor of oncology and fellow with the Institute of Patient Safety at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth.

Dr. Jordan participated in clinical research with MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Cancer Education and Research Foundation of Texas, the National Cancer Institute, and multiple national cooperative research organizations and university-based cancer centers. Dr. Jordan served as the founder, past president, and medical director of The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders of North Texas with nine area locations. He is co-founder of Oncology Metrics, a nationally recognized authority that develops and manages complex integrated systems in oncology, and is a former recipient of the Foley and Lardner “Innovator of the Year” award for innovative strategies in cancer center business structuring. He is an active member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and participates on several oncology-related advisory boards, including the board of directors of Inform Genomics, Inc, and the scientific review board of the Advarra IRB. Dr. Jordan also served on the advisory committee of Cancer Center Business Summit and is a senior consultant at the Cancer Center Business Development Group. He has served on ASCO’s Clinical Practice Committee and is a board member and past-president of the Texas Society of Clinical Oncology. He also serves on the board of several non-medical related organizations.

Dr. Jordan is a long-time second homeowner in Pagosa Springs. Realizing there are unique challenges and obstacles to receiving cancer care for those who choose to live rurally, he hoped to bring quality cancer care to the rural community for many years. Dr. Jordan’s desire and commitment to remove those barriers and provide compassionate, high quality care is a testament to the services of PSMC’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Dr. Jordan and his wife, Becky, have three children, who all work in healthcare, as well as seven grandchildren.