Andrew William O'Leary, D.O.Central Florida Cancer Institute: Andrew William O'Leary, D.O.
Andrew William O'Leary, D.O.Andrew William O'Leary, D.O. received his undergraduate B.A. Degree from the University of Miami in 1990.He served in the public sector as a firefighter/EMT for Orange and Broward Counties Emergency Services before entering medical school at Ohio University, graduating in 1995.Dr. O'Leary completed his internship at Grandview Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio and his residency training in Radiation Oncology at the University Hospital of Cleveland in the Ireland Cancer Center, graduating in June 2000, and is Board Certified in Radiation Oncology.The Ireland Cancer Center is 1 of 36 cancer centers designated as a comprehensive cancer center by the National Cancer Institute.While at the Ireland Cancer Center, Dr. O'Leary wrote and published two research papers and presented three abstracts at international meetings.Two of his articles dealt with prostate brachy therapy.He was involved with a large number of prostate cancer patients during his residency and participated in the cancer research of many prostate brachy therapy cases.His training in prostate brachy therapy includes additional course work by Consultants in Urology in Fort Myers, Florida with Dr. M. Katin, Dr. S. Paletsky and Dr. J. Blasko as the instructors/speakers.He moved from Cleveland, Ohio in June of 2000 to begin practice with Dr. Heysek.He is a member of the Polk County Medical Association and also serves on their Executive Committee and a member of the Central Florida Physician's Alliance.He also serves on the board of the Florida Prostate Institute and is an affiliate physician member of the nationally recognized Moffitt Cancer Center.
polkonline.com Cancer clinic forms charitable foundation 11/14/02
Dr. Andrew O'Leary, vice president of the CFCI Foundation, is scheduled to speak.
On an ongoing basis, the foundation will give support to the community through contributions from individuals, along with those from physicians, cancer survivors and local corporations. Gifts to the CFCI Foundation will be used to fund community cancer screening and prevention programs, as well as cancer research.Contributions will also directly assist cancer patients by helping them obtain medications and help provide transportation for patients who need cancer-related testing and treatments. Donations to the CFCI Foundation can be given of five levels: Bronze, $50 to $500; Silver, $501 to $1,000; Gold, $1,001 to $2,000; Platinum, $2001, to $5,000; Diamond, $5,000 and more, and also comes with an appreciation plaque.
They are Dr. Luis A. Franco, oncologist at Watson Clinic; Dr. Kamal Haider, oncologist at Clark & Daughtrey Medical Group; Dr. Andrew W. O'Leary, radiation oncologist, Lakeland Regional Medical Center's Wellman Radiation Center; and Dr. Antonio Trindade, oncologist at Clark & Daughtrey Medical Group.
O'Leary also practices at Central Florida Cancer Institute in Davenport. * * *
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Andrew O'Leary, D.O.Board-Certified Radiation Oncologist
Andrew O'Leary received his A.S. from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Fla., graduating with honors.He then obtained his B.S. from the University of Miami, graduating with distinction.Dr. O'Leary received his medical degree from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio.After a one-year traditional internship, he started his radiation oncology residency at the University Hospitals of Cleveland/Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, which he completed in 2000.
During his four years of residency, Dr. O'Leary presented several abstracts at national meetings, including the American Radium Society conference in Hawaii, and three times at the International Prostate Cancer Update in Vail, Colo.
He has been published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics and the International Brachytherapy Journal.
Prior to joining South Florida Radiation Oncology, Dr. O'Leary was the primary radiation oncologist and medical director of Mercy Cancer Center in Elyria, Ohio, from 2007 to 2013.Before deciding to pursue a career in medicine, he was a professional firefighter.Dr. O'Leary is board certified in radiation oncology and has a special interest in prostate cancer and lung cancer.He sees patients at our Belle Glade,Wellington and Wellington Regional Cancer Center offices.
Andrew W. O'Leary, D.O., who serves as medical director for Radiation Oncology, is a board-certified radiation oncologist and the primary radiation oncologist on staff.He earned his medical degree from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, Ohio, and received post-graduate training at Grandview Medical Center, Dayton, Ohio.He served a four-year internship at University Hospitals of Cleveland/Case Western Reserve.Although raised in Florida, Dr. O'Leary was born in Lorain.
Before coming to the Mercy Cancer Center, he was in private practice in Florida.
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