Dr. Natalie Furguiele, MD, FACS, attended Villanova University and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. A board-certified general surgeon, she is a member of the Society of Laparoscopic Surgeons and the American Society of Breast Surgeons. She has been in private surgical practice since 1986 and she established her own private practice in breast surgery in 1993.
As a breast surgeon with more than 25 years of experience, Dr. Natalie Furgiuele combines a high level of medical and surgical expertise with warmth, deep concern, and a passion for educating her patients and her community.
She has been named an Honorable Supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness by the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Dr. Furgiuele conducts an annual Breast Cancer Awareness Program at Mon Valley Hospital and has given public presentations on breast cancer awareness for several Pittsburgh regional school systems, including Canon-McMillan, Chartiers Valley, and Peters Twp. Dr. Furgiuele has also served as an advisor for the American Cancer Society's "Reach for Recovery" program.
In addition, Dr. Furgiuiele has been a speaker on breast cancer issues, including:
A member of the Pastoral Council of St. Louise De Marillac Catholic Church, Dr. Furgiuele is a member of the Catholic Medical Association. She is married to Dr. Daniel Iracki, who is board certified in Internal, Pulmonary and Critical Care medicine and recently in Palliative and Hospice Care medicine. He practices at St. Clair Hospital, Monongahela Valley Hospital and Washington Hospital. Together they have raised four wonderful children.
People who have been diagnosed with cancer want answers. They want education. They want someone in their corner to help them make informed decisions.At Monongahela Valley Hospital's Charles L. and Rose Sweeney Melenyzer Pavilion and Regional Cancer Center, they have Tricia Golden in their corner to assist them. Tricia helps educate patients from the time of their diagnoses, during surgery, radiation and/or medical oncology and continuing through aftercare.
Tricia graduated from Waynesburg University with her BSN. Before becoming the oncology nurse navigator, Tricia was a nurse manager of the ICU. She has been on staff at Monongahela Valley Hospital since 2011.