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Dr. Ronald Chamberlain, MD is a surgical oncology specialist in Phoenix, AZ and has been practicing for 19 years. He graduated from G WASHINGTON UNIV SCH MED & HLTH SCI in 1991 and specializes in surgical oncology, general surgery, and more.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Chamberlain "Dr. Chamberlain is the New Chief of Surgical Oncology in the Valley Cancer Surgical Specialists Division. Dr. Chamberlain is a nationally and internationally renowned cancer surgery specialist. His specific areas of focus are GI cancers (stomach, liver, gallbladder, bile duct, pancreas, small intestine and colorectal), as well as sarcoma and melanoma. He performs open, laparoscopic and robotic surgery, and has an extensive series of more than 700 pancreaticoduodenctomies (Whipple Procedures) and has established 3 different HIPEC (heated intraperitoneal chemotherapy programs) for advanced GI cancers He was most recently, the Chief of Surgery at Banner MD Anderson in Gilbert, AZ, and Professor of Surgery at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Previously he was the Chairman and Surgeon-in-Chief at the Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health Medical Center in in Livingston, NJ, and Professor of Surgery at UMDNJ New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Chamberlain graduated summa cum laude from Dickinson College, and went on to complete a Master's in Public Administration (Public Policy/Health Policy) with Honors at the University of Virginia. After graduate school, Dr. Chamberlain graduated Alpha Omega Alpha from the George Washington University School of Medicine, and completed his General Surgical Residency there as well. After residency, he finished a Surgical Oncology Fellowship at the National Cancer Institute, at which time he authored or co-authored a variety of widely cited manuscripts on the development of cancer vaccines. After leaving the NIH, Dr. Chamberlain completed an additional hepatobiliary fellowship at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and then went on to do an Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery training at Yale University. Dr. Chamberlain's research interests are in the area of cancer vaccines, hepatobiliary surgery, surgical infections, and surgical education. Dr. Chamberlain is a Fellow of the ACS and a past Governor of the College. He is a Member Society of Surgical Oncology, Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, SAGES, ASCO, ACCR, AHPBA among others societies. Dr. Chamberlain is the author of more than 250 peer reviewed manuscripts, 10 book chapters, and 10 books. He is an editor or reviewer for more than 15 different journals. In addition, he is a frequent guest to travel and operate abroad, and has operated in more than 40 different countries, and delivered more than 260 invited lectures and talks. Dr. Chamberlain has received numerous awards and honors and was named as one America's Top Doctors (2006 – 2017), America's Top Surgeon's, (2007-2017) and Best Doctor's in New York Metro Area and Best Doctors in New York (2007-2016) and New Jersey (2008-2016)."
This content was provided by Dr. Chamberlain "Caring for patients is a privilege and an honor. It is my goal to provide each patient with the most up to date and sophisticated surgical care available in the most compassionate, healing and informative environment. Providing care, and educating patients, and their families is my passion, and I strive to make sure all questions are answered, and all alternatives are explored as we seek your optimal overall health in a partnership together. "