Daniel L Spitz, M.D
Dr. Spitz has been a practicing physician for the past twenty five years. He has been in the West Palm Beach market area of Florida for the last nineteen years as a Board Certified Medical Oncologist and Hematologist. He completed his undergraduate education at Brooklyn College where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree. Dr. Spitz earned his post graduate medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina with honors from the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Medical Honor Society. Dr. Spitz started practice as a solo practitioner in 1987. In 1993 Dr. Spitz was one of the founding members of the Helen and Harry Grey Cancer Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida. In 2003, Dr. Spitz formed and became a founding member of the Palm Beach Cancer Institute. Over the past three years, the Cancer Institute has grown to over 140 employees and is proud to be one of the preeminent comprehensive cancer centers in Palm Beach County. The center has developed and initiated various cancer related services that were not previously available in the Palm Beach area. Dr Spitz has helped forge the direction and reputation of the center by focusing on providing the highest quality services while maintaining the economic success of the institute in a challenging medical environment. Dr. Spitz has been active in many community activities. These associations include: Board of the American Cancer Society and the National Advisory Board for the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (a national organization for the advancement in care for women with ovarian cancer). Dr. Spitz holds a faculty position at the prestigious Duke University Medical School and as Director of the Gynecological Cancer Program at Duke’s cancer center. He is also the principal investigator of numerous research programs and has been published in numerous medical journals.