Hank C. Hill, M.D., Leading Oncologist, Joins Zrii
DRAPER, Utah, Dec. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Zrii LLC today announced that one of America's leading oncologists, Hank C. Hill, M.D. of St. Vincent Surgical Associates in Jacksonville, Florida, has joined Zrii as an Independent Executive.
Dr. Hill is a renowned physician, researcher and author whose articles have appeared in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Cancer Research and the Journal of the National Medical Association, among other publications.
"I believe in educating patients on not only the management of cancer but also how to become a cancer survivor through prevention, cancer screening - including genetic testing for high-risk cancer patients - state of the art surgical treatments, and holistic patient management with lifestyle changes and nutrition as well as partnering with industry veterans C. Thomas Gambrell, Gerald D. Rogers
, L. Rachel Valentine and the entire GOTEAM ZRII family," said Dr. Hill
In making today's announcement, Zrii President A. K. Khalil said, "I'm elated to welcome Dr. Hill to the Zrii family.
represents the future of integrative medicine, offering his
patients the best possible choices so they can live longer, healthier lives."
Dr. Hill is a fellowship-trained surgical oncologist who is originally from Queens, New York.
He earned his B.S. degree in biology/pre-medicine at the Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York, before completing his medical degree at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.
While finishing his surgical residency training at Harlem Hospital Center - Columbia/Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City, Dr. Hill completed a two year surgical oncology research fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
surgical residency training, Dr. Hill
completed a year of Surgical Intensive Care/Critical Care Fellowship and Endoscopy at Harlem Hospital
before acceptance to the Surgical Oncology Fellowship at Roswell Park Cancer Institute
(RPCI) in Buffalo, New York.
The fellowship at RPCI
included one year of research and two years of clinical training which included endoscopy and endoscopic ultrasound training.
Dr. Hill remained on staff in the Division of Gastroenterology Malignancies for two years before becoming Section Head of Surgical Oncology at St. Vincent Medical Center in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Relocating to Florida, he
joined the multidisciplinary team of oncologists at 21st Century Oncology of Jacksonville.
In September 2013, Dr. Hill
moved to the St. Vincent Surgical Associates
of St. Vincent Healthcare
in Jacksonville where he
provides advanced surgical oncology services to the community.