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Moffitt Medical Group is Florida’s largest multidisciplinary medical group practice that is dedicated to cancer treatment and the safest place for cancer patients to receive the best care. Moffitt has hundreds of board-certified physicians, advanced practice professionals, researchers and supportive care providers who work hand-in-hand to provide each patient with a prompt and accurate diagnosis and comprehensive, individualized treatment plan using a personalized medicine approach. We offer a full range of clinical service in person as well as Virtual Visits that connect patients with a cancer expert through video appointments.
Moffitt’s team includes many healthcare professionals, including:
- Surgical oncologists
- Medical oncologists
- Radiation oncologists
- Interventional radiologists/radiologists
- Physician assistants (PA)
- Nurse practitioner (ARNP)
- Cancer genomics researchers
- Oncology nurses
- Supportive care providers
As one of the top-ranked cancer hospitals in the nation and the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center based in Florida, Moffitt attracts a highly experienced staff and faculty. Many of our oncologists are actively involved in research protocols, helping to develop new and more effective therapies to broaden the range of services we offer to our patients. Additionally, our team often participates in the development of evidence-based treatment pathways.
Not only do Moffitt’s physicians stand out on a clinical level, but also for their patient-centric approach. Moffitt is dedicated to the health and safety of our patients and their families. We believe that every patient deserves to be treated with care and compassion, and also to have their unique needs taken into consideration throughout treatment and recovery. Our physicians recognize that no two patients are alike, and they tailor their personalized medicine approach to the precise situation at hand. This translates into better outcomes, in terms of both patient survival and quality of life.