My approach to patient is care is very individualized and patient focused. I recognize all patients have their own beliefs and wishes regarding their care. All my care plans are individualized based on patient's overall health, age, and goals. I am happy to guide patients through the decision making process. I like to explore options then choose what we both think is the best option.
I want to be someone you can trust and rely on. There is no reason for me to be anything but completely honest with you. I will be there for you during your illness, so there is no reason to make promises I cannot keep. I am always available to see you in the office if you are having problems.
Finally, I want to cure you of your cancer. I am willing to be creative and do everything possible to cure cancer. This may involve not just chemotherapy, but radiation, cyberknife, surgery, ablative procedures, interventional radiology, clinical research trials, and second opinions.
Jeffrey S. DeLo MD is from Morgantown, West Virginia. He attended West Virginia University and earned his undergraduate degree Magna Cum Laude in Political Science at the same time he was taking advanced science classes such as organic chemistry, embryology and comparative anatomy. He attended medical school at West Virginia University and completed a 3 year Internal Medicine residency at York Hospital in York, Pennsylvania. Following his Internal Medicine residency, he completed a 3 year combined fellowship in Hematology/Oncology at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. At Hershey Medical Center he received additional training in hemophilia and bone marrow transplantation. Following his fellowship he was appointed the Director of the Patterson Cancer Care Center in Coudersport, PA and worked full time practicing hematology, oncology, and internal medicine. During his time as director of the Patterson Cancer Care Center, the cancer center incorporated clinical research trials and radiation oncology into its multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of cancer. His cancer center has scored consistently in the upper 95th percentile on national patient satisfaction scores. He served as head of the hospital's Investigational Review Board (IRB), the Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee, the hospital's Board of Directors, and was a Rotary club member. He also volunteered as Medical Director of the hospital's hospice program. In 2008, after relocating his family to Bartlesville, OK, he joined Cancer Care Associates (CCA). After becoming a full partner in Cancer Care Associates, the practice changed its name to Tulsa Cancer Institute and began the construction of a 60 million dollar multidisciplinary cancer center. At the Tulsa Cancer Institute he serves on the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. He has hospital privileges at St. John, Hillcrest, OSU, St. Francis hospitals. He is married to his wife Larissa, a dentist practicing part time in Bartlesville, OK. Together they have four children, 3 girls and a boy (three older sisters, poor kid) and reside in Midtown, Tulsa. Their children play a variety of sports (volleyball, softball, swimming, basketball) enjoy music (violin, piano) and attend school at Booker T Washington, Marquette and Cascia Hall. Jeffrey S. DeLo MD presently holds board certifications in four areas of medicine, including Internal Medicine, Hematology, Oncology, and Hospice/Palliative Care Medicine.