The mission of the Lankenau Medical Center Hematology/Medical Oncology
Fellowship Program, an Internal Medicine subspecialty education program,
is to provide fellows with a supervised training experience at the level
required for the fellows to acquire competency as a specialist in the
combined fields of Hematology and Medical Oncology.
The program’s curriculum provides fellows with the opportunity to treat
a wide range of patients and illnesses, as well as to pursue scientific
and academic knowledge and achievement. By stressing teamwork and
cooperation between multiple medical disciplines, the program provides
fellows the skills to work in the modern healthcare environment.
Fellows will serve their clinical rotations in a number of settings,
including Lankenau Medical Center, Lankenau Cancer Center and Thomas
Jefferson University Hospital (Bone Marrow Transplant Unit and The
Hemophilia Center at the Cardeza Foundation).
For more information about Lankenau’s Hematology/Medical
Oncology Fellowship Program, call Mary Denshaw-Burke, MD, at
Lankenau Cancer Center
Schedule an appointment with a Lankenau cancer specialist:
For more information, call 1.866.CALL.MLH.