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Dr. Margaret Von-mehren M.D., Oncologist

Dr. Margaret Von-mehren M.D.

Oncologist | Medical Oncology

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333 Cottman Ave Fox Chase Cancer Cen Philadelphia PA, 19111
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4/5

About

During my fellowship training, I had the opportunity to learn about caring for sarcoma patients. I found working with these patients is challenging because of the varied types of tumors and their rari ...

Education and Training

Albany Medical College - Union University 1989

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM - Medical Oncology

Provider Details

Female English 22 years of experience

Awards

  • Philadelphia Magazine, Top Doctors 2014, Medical Oncology 2014
  • Philadelphia Magazine Top Doctors 2009-2014
  • Best Doctors in America 2013, 2014 2013

Professional Memberships

  • Member American Society of Clinical Oncology

Residency

  • NYU Langone Medical Center
  • BELLEVUE HOSPITAL CENTER

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Hematology-Oncology, Fox Chase Cancer Center and Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa.

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Dr. Margaret Von-mehren M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 333 Cottman Ave Fox Chase Cancer Center

333 Cottman Ave -
Philadelphia, PA 19111
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New patients: 215-214-1405, 215-728-2500
Fax: 215-214-1023, 215-728-3639

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