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Elizabeth Haynes, MD

Specialty: Internal Medicine
Program: Internal and Hospital Medicine


Dr. Haynes received her MD degree from Universidad Del Noreste School of Medicine, Tampico, Mexico. She completed an Internal Medicine Residency and a Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Brookdale University Hospital, Brooklyn, NY. From 2006 - 2013, Dr. Haynes worked at Brookdale Hospital in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Hematology/Oncology. She most recently has been working PRN at Moffitt in the Department of Internal Medicine/Internal & Hospital Medicine Program. Dr. Haynes clinical interests are in patient care and medical management of co morbidities of patients with oncology diagnoses. Her clinical research interest is to establish standard of care in patients with diagnosis of thrombosis related to diagnosis or treatment of oncology diseases.

Education & Training


  • Brookdale University Hospital - Hematology/Oncology


  • Brookdale University Hospital - Internal Medicine

Medical School:

  • Universidad Del Noreste School of Medicine - MD
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  • Keerty D, Eaton KC, Trejo K, Strosberg C, Haynes EJ. Malignant epistaxis: a case wandering prostate cancer metastasis. Postgrad Med J. 2022 Feb.98(e1):e45-e46. Pubmedid: 35105766.
  • Keerty D, Yacoub AT, Nguyen TC, Haynes E, Greene J. First Case of Infective Endocarditis With Streptococcus equinus in an Immunocompetent Patient in North America: A Case Report and Review of Literature. Cureus. 2021 Nov.13(11):e19473. Pubmedid: 34912614. Pmcid: PMC8664352.
  • McKenna M, Soto-Boykin X, Cheng K, Haynes E, Osorio A, Altshuler J. Initial Development of a National Survey on Remote Learning in Early Childhood During COVID-19: Establishing Content Validity and Reporting Successes and Barriers. Early Child Educ J. 2021 Jun.49(5):815-827. Pubmedid: 34092995. Pmcid: PMC8166892.
  • Keerty D, Eaton KC, Trejo K, Strosberg C, Haynes EJ. Malignant epistaxis: a case wandering prostate cancer metastasis. Postgrad Med J. 2021 Jan. Pubmedid: 33452151.
  • Keerty D, Shareef NA, Ramsakal A, Haynes E, Syed M. Cefepime-Induced Encephalopathy. Cureus. 2021 Feb.13(2):e13125. Pubmedid: 33728142. Pmcid: PMC7935159.
  • Keerty D, Das M, Hallanger-Johnson J, Haynes E. Diabetic Ketoacidosis: An Adverse Reaction to Immunotherapy. Cureus. 2020 Sep.12(9):e10632. Pubmedid: 33123445. Pmcid: PMC7584305.
  • Keerty D, Das M, Hembree TN, Ramsakal A, Haynes E. Lymphocele Containing Staphylococcus lugdunensis. Cureus. 2020 Nov.12(11):e11666. Pubmedid: 33391904. Pmcid: PMC7769740.
  • Keerty D, Graham L, Haynes E, Hembree TN. Flexural Exanthema From Enfortumab Vedotin. Cureus. 2020 May.12(5):e8102. Pubmedid: 32542157. Pmcid: PMC7292715.
  • Keerty D, Eaton K, Haynes E. Dapsone-Induced Hypoxia. Cureus. 2020 Jul.12(7):e9334. Pubmedid: 32714715. Pmcid: PMC7377661.
  • Keerty D, Koverzhenko V, Belinc D, LaPorta K, Haynes E. Immune-Mediated Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis. Cureus. 2020 Aug.12(8):e9587. Pubmedid: 32923193. Pmcid: PMC7478594.
  • Gollega A, Meghji C, Renton S, Lazoruk A, Haynes E, Lawson D, Ostapovitch M. Multidisciplinary assessment measure for individuals with disorders of consciousness. Brain Inj. 2015 Nov.29(12):1460-1466. Pubmedid: 26305914.
  • Ibrahim R, Khan A, Raza S, Kafeel M, Dabas R, Haynes E, Gandhi A, Majumder OL, Zaman M. Triad of iron deficiency anemia, severe thrombocytopenia and menorrhagia-a case report and literature review. Clin Med Insights Case Rep. 2012 Aug.5:23-27. Pubmedid: 22493563. Pmcid: PMC3320130.

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