Dr. Shah graduated from Maharaja Sayajirao University, Vadodara in 1980 and completed a Medical Oncology fellowship at Penn State Hershey Medical Center in 1988. Shortly thereafter, in 1989, he opened the first oncology practice in Adams County and also pioneered the Cancer Program at Gettysburg Hospital. Dr. Shah’s areas of interest include solid tumors such as lung, breast, and colon as well as hematological disorders, anemia, lymphoma, and leukemia.
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Dr. Tina Khair joined the practice in 2012. Dr. Khair has rapidly become a respected part of the Adams/York County medical community. She is a triple-board certified physician in Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology, and Hematology. Her special areas of interest include breast cancer, head and neck cancer, lung cancer, and disorders of the blood.
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Dr. Young’s career niche came when Dr. Eugene Hug, former Chief of Radiation Oncology at Dartmouth, recruited him out of training to establish a community based practice approximately two hours south of the main hospital. While Dr. Young enjoyed representing Radiation Oncology at Dartmouth’s Neuro Oncology, GI, Chest and Palliative care tumor boards, it was being out in the community and providing university level care to the folks far away from such facilities that was most rewarding.
Dr. Young found great satisfaction in working with local primary care physicians as well as local and university oncologic sub-specialists. Without a doubt, the most satisfying aspect of his career is working with the patients and the many challenges they bring to the practice of community based clinical oncology.
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For more than two decades, Dr. Shafique has been involved in PET / Molecular imaging and has served on numerous committees as a member of Johns Hopkins’ faculty. He has also directed many cardiac computed tomography symposiums and currently co-directs the cardiac computed tomography fellowship teaching/training practicum at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (“Johns Hopkins BMC”). Dr. Shafique is the Chief Medical Officer of Cardiac America – a unique collaboration of cardiologists and radiologists, combining technology with the daily practice of medicine.
As a pioneer of the cardiac computed tomography program at Johns Hopkins BMC, Dr. Shafique has authored and presented many publications at major national and international meetings. He was first in presenting to the American Heart Association regarding the significance of non-cardiac findings in cardiac computed tomography angiography and was the first to form a collaborative cardiology program at Johns Hopkins BMC.
Dr. Shafique is a non-invasive radiologist, nuclear physician, and nuclear cardiologist with a background in internal medicine.
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