Mission & Aims
The Kettering Medical Center Hematology and Oncology fellowship's core purpose is to provide individualized training and mentorship for fellows so they can grow and have confidence while learning to navigate in the evolving field of cancer care. The Kettering Medical Center Hem/Onc fellows will graduate as fully competent, assertive, and caring specialists in the field. They will be prepared to devote their careers to excellent patient care, teaching, and if desired clinical research.
As a faith-based, leading healthcare provider, Kettering Health Network has a responsibility to promote positive change within the communities we serve. Our goal is to accept and recognize people of all backgrounds, embracing and celebrating differences while unifying our workforce through service and living our God-given mission. We aim to be a model environment in which we recognize the uniqueness of each individual we serve, which helps us fulfill our commitment to improve the health of our communities. The overall goals and objectives of the fellowship training program in Hematology and Oncology are: a) to provide trainees with the knowledge and skills to become proficient in the consultative and primary care of patients with hematological and oncological diseases; b) to instill the skills of life-long learning so that our trainees remain in the forefront of advancing knowledge in the field; c) to provide knowledge, skills and mentoring in research techniques to enhance our trainee's understanding of clinical and basic research and d) to prepare our trainees for successful careers.