Meet Our Doctors
Our practice is certified by the MD Anderson Cancer Network.
Our physicians have been trained at many of the best cancer centers in the country, including:
- MD Anderson Cancer Center
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
- Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University
- Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center
- University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
We bring expertise from all of these programs to benefit our patients. To learn more about each of the physicians of Piedmont Cancer Institute, P.C., click on their name or photo below.
Our physicians are often asked, “How did you decide to care for patients with cancer and blood disorders?” The answers will vary but all share a passion for the quest to heal people. Our physicians have each pursued knowledge through years of training, first in the field of Internal Medicine followed by additional training in the field of Medical Oncology and Hematology. They have successfully met the requirements to achieve Board Certification in the subspecialty of Medical Oncology.
Their education is ongoing. Our physicians keep themselves abreast of all current treatment modalities through continuing education and research in their specialty. They attend oncology and hematology association and university sponsored seminars and conferences where researchers present the latest advancements in treatment. They continuously monitor professional publications for treatment updates.
Our physicians are experts in diagnosing cancer and blood disorders and prescribing state-of-the-art treatment plans. Every cancer is different; some may require chemotherapy while others may call for radiation therapy and/or surgery. Our physicians collaborate with your primary care physician and other specialists to make sure you are receiving the best treatment available for your condition.
Oncology is one of the most dynamic fields in healthcare. World-wide research into the cause and cure of cancer is creating treatment options that continue to bring greater comfort to those undergoing treatment and stronger hope for a lasting cure.