Position: Medical Oncologist and Hematologist
Board Certification: Medical Oncology and Hematology, Internal Medicine (ABIM and NBPAS)
Fellowship: Cooper University Hospital/ MD Anderson Cancer Center
Residency: Cooper University
“My practice is based on a contract with the patient to put at their disposition all of the medical modalities available and through education to allow them to make the best informed decision possible regarding their condition.”
Dr. Skaff completed his fellowship in Hematology and Medical Oncology at Cooper University Hospital, now part of MD Anderson Cancer center. This followed a residency in Internal Medicine at the same institution. Following his graduation in 2010, he helped form a fully nationwide accredited Cancer Center at Carolinas Hospital in South Carolina, now part of the Medical University of South Carolina.
Dr. Skaff had many affiliations with several educational institutions such as Francis Marion College school of Nurse Practitioners where he trained Nurse Practitioners as Associate Professor, University of South Carolina where he trained medical students as Associate Professor, and McLeod Family Medicine Program where he trained future Primary care physicians.
Dr. Skaff is board certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Oncology as well as palliative care and end of life management since 2010.
For almost two decades, Dr. Skaff treated cancer and blood diseases in regional centers and continues to do so in South Carolina and North Carolina. Additionally, he has directed several palliative care institutions because of his belief of medicine being a continuum of care beyond aggressive therapy.
Dr. Skaff is married and together with his wife they are raising two beautiful daughters. You can ask Dr. Skaff about his hundred and one hobbies.