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Dr. Philip H. Dunn, MD is a board-certified hematology and oncology physician in Orlando. Dr. Dunn earned his medical degree from Duke University Medical Center. He stayed there to complete both his residency and fellowship. An established member of the medical community, Dr. Dunn serves as Clinical Assistant Professor at Duke University School of Medicine and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Florida in Gainsville. An award-winning physician, Dr. Dunn is a recipient of the Best Doctors in American award.

Specialty:  

Hematology and Oncology

Practice/Group Name: 

Hematology & Oncology Consultants, P.A.

Education & Fellowship:

Medical School: DUKE UNIVERSITY 1-1-76
Internship: DUKE UNIV MED CTR 6-30-77
Residency: DUKE UNIV MED CTR 5-31-79
Fellowship: DUKE UNIV MED CTR 6-30-81

Specialty Certified:

Internal Medicine
Hematology
Oncology

Awards and Honors:

Magna Cum Laude- Yale University, The Best Doctors in America, Southeast Region (1977), The Best Doctors in America, Florida (2000- 2001), How to Find the Best Doctors, Florida (2000), The Best Doctors, Orlando Magazine (2006), ASCO Clinical Trial Participation Award, Florida Hospital Cancer Institute (2006)

Professional Memberships:

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY, FLORIDA MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, ORANGE COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY

Appointments:

Clinical Assistant Professor- Duke University School of Medicine (1993- Present), Investigator- Florida Hosptial Cancer Institute, Clinical Research Center, Sponsored and Cooperative Trials (1989- Present), Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainsville, FL (1983- Present)

Main Office Location:

2501 N. Orange Avenue
Suite 381
Orlando, FL 32804

Office Phone Number: (407) 898-5452
Fax Phone Number: (407) 894-1183

Second Office Location:

255 Moray Lane
Winter Park, FL 32792

Office Phone Number: (407) 898-5452
Fax Phone Number: 407) 894-1183