About Dr. Juliann

dr_juliann_reiland_md_facs_3 Juliann Reiland, MD, FACS is a Board Certified specializing in breast cancer surgery with an emphasis in oncoplastic surgery and IOERT procedures.

Dr. Juliann Reiland is a graduate of the University of South Dakota School of Medicine. Dr. Juliann, a breast care expert and surgeon, is currently the Medical Director of Avera McKennan’s IOERT Breast Program. She has had 23 years of surgical experience, with more than 11 years dedicated exclusively to breast surgery. Dr. Juliann’s passion for Breast Conserving Surgery is well known. She is a prominent speaker both Nationally and Internationally regarding surgical approaches to breast cancer for the best clinical and cosmetic results. She has incorporated the most advanced approaches for breast cancer treatment, including sentinel node biopsy, accelerated partial breast radiation and oncoplastic surgical techniques.

Dr. Reiland has had a varied medical background that has ultimately brought her to her passion and expertise on diseases of the breast. Her compassionate manner coupled with her drive to push the state-of-the art techniques, places her in a league of her own. Her continued vision is to bring together the best contemporary breast surgery techniques in an environment that promotes physical and emotional healing.

The Breast Care Expert

Special Interest: Focus on the surgical treatment of breast cancer and benign breast diseases with an emphasis on oncoplastic and IOERT.  

Medical School: The University of South Dakota, Sanford School of Medicine

Surgical Residency: Creighton University

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery: USD School of Medicine

Board Certification: American Board of Surgery

Medical Licensure: South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota

Awards and Distinctions

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

Patients’ Choice Award (2014)

Top 10 Doctor-State (2014)

On-Time Doctor Award (2014)

Dr. Juliann Reiland is a part of Avera team.

Dr. Juliann's Publications:

  • Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment of Breast Cancer, South Dakota Medicine, Special Edition 2010

  • Identification of Methods to Prevent Smoking Relapse After Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, Chest 1996

Professional Organizations

NCBCAWCAmerican Board of Surgery