Dr. Sadanand Patil is a distinguished board-certified medical oncologist and hematologist, bringing a wealth of experience from diverse medical settings both in the United States and abroad. He embarked on his remarkable medical journey with the successful completion of medical school at Karnatak Medical College in Hubli, India, in 1991.
Dr. Patil's dedication to excellence led him to complete not one, but two residencies. He honed his skills in Transitional Medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit in 1995 and Internal Medicine at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati in 1998. His unwavering commitment to medical advancement drove him to attain a fellowship in Medical Oncology and Hematology from the University of Cincinnati in 2001.
Dr. Patil has more than 22 years of experience treating patients with Hematologic and Oncologic problems at University of Cincinnati, University of Tennessee and Baptist Medical Foundations. He treats all types of cancers including solid tumors and hematologic cancers, as well as hematologic disorders.
His patient philosophy revolves around what he terms the "three pillars of cancer care": education, meticulous attention to detail, and empathy. Dr. Patil believes that a well-informed patient is empowered to take an active role in their care. His meticulous attention to detail ensures that each patient's treatment plan is optimized to their unique needs. At the core of his practice lies empathy, an essential element of cancer care, ensuring that patients feel safe, heard, respected, and cared for.
Dr. Patil's commitment to advancing medical knowledge is evidenced by his participation in various clinical trials and the publication of articles in numerous esteemed medical journals.
Medicine runs in Dr. Patil's family, as his spouse, Mona, is an Ear Nose and Throat surgeon, and his daughter is currently a medical student.
Beyond his professional pursuits, Dr. Patil enjoys hiking, cycling, and racquetball. His holistic approach to life mirrors his approach to medicine - a dedication to the well-being of the whole person.
Karnatak Medical College, Hubli, India
Henry Ford Hospital, MI,
The Christ Hospital, OH
University of Cincinnati, OH
Practicing since 2001