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Carmen Vermont, MD

440.312.4700

Carmen Vermont, MD

Appointed: 2003

Carmen Vermont, MD
Department: Radiation Oncology (Hillcrest)
Location: Hillcrest Hospital
Mail Code HCST
6770 Mayfield Road
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
WorkAppointment:440.312.4700
WorkFax:440.312.4438
Surgeon:
No
Treats:
Adults Only

Professional Highlights

  • Board-certified in radiation oncology

Education & Fellowships

Fellowship - Duke University Medical Center
Radiation Oncology
Durham, NC USA
1999
Residency - University Hospital-SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse
Radiation Oncology
Syracuse, NY USA
1998
Residency - Saint Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center
Internal Medicine
New York, NY USA
1995
Internship - Saint Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center
Internal Medicine
New York, NY USA
1994
Residency - C.I. Parhon University Hospital
Internal Medicine
Iasi Romania
1992
Internship - Emergency Care Hospital
Rotating
Iasi Romania
1990
Medical School - University De Medicina Si Farmacie Faculty of Medicine
Iasi Romania
1988

Certifications

  • Radiation Oncology

Specialty Interests

Radiation oncology, breast cancer, gynecological cancer, cancer, lymphoma

Memberships

  • Astro
  • AMA
  • American Brachytherapy Society

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