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Hematology/Oncology

DR. GREG MARINO

Gregory Marino, Hematology/Oncology

SPECIALTY

  • Hematology and Oncology

A hematologist is a specialist in blood disorders, and an oncologist is a specialist in Cancer.

MEDICAL DEGREE

Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine.

RESIDENCY

Naval Hospital of San Diego, Internship, Residency and Fellowship

AFFILIATIONS & AWARDS

  • Dr. Marino has a large list of community and medical awards, dating back to when he was in Medical School.  His latest award was being named the Physician of the Year for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.
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ABOUT

Dr. Marino's medical career has taken him from a Naval Hospital in San Diego to Texas and Alaska, and finally here to Wyoming.  Dr. Marino is ready to slow down a little, but he is at JCHC to provide what cancer and blood disorder care that patients need.  He feels that working right alongside the primary care doctors who see the patients on a regular basis will bring a unique approach to cancer care.

Dr. Marino works at the Family Medical Center in Buffalo every Tuesday, but will expand his practice if there is a need in Buffalo.

For Johnson County patients with cancer, having Dr. Marino as part of the medical staff at JCHC means they no longer have to drive to get cancer care.

Those with cancer can receive medical care and chemotherapy at JCHC.  There are 5 certified oncology nurses on staff who work closely with Dr. Marino. Dr. Marino manages each case personally, and the oncology nursing staff deliver chemotherapy in a quiet, comfortable room in the hospital wing of JCHC.

" Working right alongside the primary care doctors who see the patients on a regular basis brings a unique approach to cancer care."

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