Gelenis Domingo, MD

Hematology & Oncology
Accepting New Patients
Locations

Memorial Cancer Institute

12235 Pines Boulevard
Pembroke Pines, FL 33026

954-265-4325

954-450-4422

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About Me

I am a hematologist and oncologist at Memorial Cancer Institute. I specialize in caring for patients with blood disorders (benign and malignant), and a variety of cancers in the head, neck, and lungs.

 

I became interested in medicine at a very early age. I was drawn to the oncology field due to the unique relationships that often develop between patients and their doctors, and the ongoing discoveries and opportunities in cancer treatment.

 

At Memorial, we coordinate cancer care so that it’s efficient, convenient, and comprehensive. We have medical specialists all under one roof so we can connect quickly, collaborate, and host regular tumor boards where we all sit down to discuss cases and come up with a treatment plan. We also provide support for patients including support groups and different services, such as nutrition and psychology services.

 

I believe every patient has a story and make it my priority to get to know each one so I can offer the best guidance and support as they fight the disease. It is an honor to provide care to people when they need it most and make an impact in someone’s life.

Education

Education

University Of South Florida College Of Medicine, 2008

Internships

University of Miami - Jackson Memorial Hospital - Internal Medicine Prog, 2009, Internal Medicine

Residency

University of Miami - Jackson Memorial Hospital - Internal Medicine Prog, 2011, Internal Medicine

Fellowships

University Of Illinois, 2016, Oncology and Hematology

Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine-Hematology

American Board of Internal Medicine-Medical Oncology

Awards, Achievements, and More

Publications

Research

  • A Confusing Case of Altered Mental Status 
    Submitted to ACP National Meeting in 2011 
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • A Confusing Case of Altered Mental Status 
    Submitted to ACP National Meeting in 2011
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • Two Red Herrings and a Sweet Catch
    Submitted to ACP National Meeting in 2011 
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • Shortness of Breath. 
    JMH-UM Chapter of the ACP Clinical Vignette Competition in 2009 
    Affiliation: Jackson Memorial Hospital
    Phase 3, multicenter, randomized, double-blind, comparative study of the efficacy and safety of tigecycline vs. imipenem/cilastin for the treatment of subjects with nosocomial pneumonia. 
    Affiliation: Tampa General Hospital
    The Association between Literacy and Knowledge to Attitudes and Behavior about Colorectal Cancer Screening. 
    Affiliation: University of Pennsylvania 

Presentations

  • An Uncommon Cause of a Common Presentation: Neutropenic Fever and Albinism Presented at Florida ACP Chapter Meeting in 2013
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • Impact of the immunoglobulin heavy chain variable region mutational 2012 status on the outcome of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia harboring isolated 13q deletion 
    Presented at ASCO in 2012 
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • The value of cancer testis antigens (CTAs) expression in the prognosis of 2012 chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). 
    Presented at ASCO in 2012 
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • Incidence of second and secondary malignancies in patients with CLL. A single institution experience. 
    Submitted to: ASCO 2012
  • Radiation Necrosis: 34 Years Post-Treatment. 
    Presented at the Society of Hospitalist Medicine Annual Meeting in 2012 
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • An Astonishing Discovery in a Patient with Abdominal Fullness and Anemia. 
    Presented at the Society of Hospitalist Medicine Annual Meeting in 2012
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • 8th Annual Clinical Breakthroughs & Challenges in Hematologic Malignancies 
    Presented CLL case in 2011 
    Affiliation: Moffitt Cancer Center
  • Acute Hemolysis in a patient with progressive neuropathy treated with immunoglobulin. 
    Presented at the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology Annual Meeting in 2008. 
    Affiliation: University of South Florida College of Medicine

Awards

  • Clinical Honors in Surgery Clerkship
  • Honors in Medical Ethics and Humanities course
  • Honors in Molecular Medicine course
  • Honors in The Profession of Medicine course
  • Dean’s List, Florida International University
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta Honor Society, Vice President