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Dr. Kay T. Miller

  • MD
  • Radiation Oncologist
  • Spoken languages English


Career Positions

Current position(s)

  • GenesisCare - Radiation Oncologist, Pontiac, MI

Past position(s)

  • Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Institute / Michigan Institute Radiation Oncology - Radiation Oncologist, Pontiac, MI
  • Wayne State University / Sinai Grace Hospital Hospital - Assistant Professor, Lansing, MI
  • Wayne State University / Sparrow Hospital, University Radiation Oncology Physicians - Assistant Professor, Lansing, MI



  • Duke University, BS, Zoology, Durham, NC
  • University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, NM


  • William Beaumont Hospital, Radiation Oncology, Chief Resident, Royal Oak, MI


  • William Beaumont Hospital, Transitional Internship, Royal Oak, MI

Expertise And Interests


  • Prostate, Breast, Lung, Colorectal, Head & Neck Malignancies


Awards and honors

  • Graduation with Distinction from Duke University

Kay Miller's Reviews


based on 52 Ratings 15 Comments


This visit was perfect. Although I hate having cancer, I loved meeting Dr Miller Her entire staff were beyond kind to me. I left feeling better educated about my medical condition, treatments, and emotionally stronger.


Dr.Miller presented information without all the facts and in a way that left me feeling overwhelmed, worried and not at peace when i left the consult. She wanted to push for agressive procedures, for example radiation on my neck and throat. I asked if I had a choice in that and she didn't answer me. I did not ask for her opinion about getting a mastectomy and she told me I should not get one. She stated several times, " If it were me i would not get one. You are atypical. " she went on to say my breast would be taken off and "laying in a bowl" twice. She said that the surgery would hurt. I would feel like a "boulder" was in my chest. My Breasts would be lopsided. She assumed things about me what weren't true. She assumed I couldn't breath before my diagnosis. She assumed I would reconstruction back to such a large breast size. She used the word ATYPICAL so many times. She is very knowledgeable , but used the knowledge in my chart in ways no other doctor had done during my cancer journey. Going forward, use words or phrases the patient can understand. Opinions should be based on your specialty. Refrain from giving opinions when they are not requested. Do not use the same word repeatedly to describe a situation In this case, ATYPICAL was used at least 10times. Listen to the patient. Let her/him talk and give info that is not in the chart. Dont aassume. Ask questions to verify information. She walked in and announced i had trouble breathing before my diagnosis. It was stated as a fact. I was running 5ks sometimes twice in a day..and swimming and running a country club pool and teaching kids to swim at 3 pools all summer. This doctor made assumptions based on charts before she spoke to me. The conversion was based as if I was not strong and healthy.


I consider Dr Miller one of the best doctors in the team of doctors that have treated my cancer. She is friendly, through, and respectful. She considers my needs as a patient and a woman going through a very humbling time in my life. I feel blessed to have been under her care.


I would not change a thing for they are always courteous and helpful.

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