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Gerald Hagin, MD, FACP Gerald Hagin, MD, FACP

Gerald Hagin, MD, FACP

Medical Oncology and Hematology

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Locations:

Tucson - Rudasill

Tucson - Rudasill

2070 W. Rudasill Rd., #130
Tucson , AZ 85704
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Call: 520-797-4468
Fax: 520-797-4502

Education & Credentials

College

University of Rochester

Medical School

University of Zaragoza, Spain and Mount Sinai

Internship

Kaiser Medical Center

Residency

Kaiser Medical Center

Fellowship

University of Arizona Health Science Center

Board Certification

Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology

Academic Honors & Professional Achievements

Fellowship American College of Physicians

Affiliations

  • ASCO
  • ACP
  • AMA

Languages

English
Spanish
Italian

Biography

Gerald D. Hagin, MD, FACP is an internal medicine doctor specializing in hematology/oncology. Dr. Hagin has traveled the world with Christian medical missions and served in the United States Navy reserve, rising to the rank of Captain. His work with the National Health Service Corps enabled him to provide care to underserved communities throughout Arizona.

Dr. Hagin has been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals. His distinguished career includes teaching, private practice, and clinical investigator in clinical research. Dr. Hagin is board certified in internal medicine and medical oncology.

Dr. Hagin is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, American College of Physicians, and American Medical Association.

Dr. Hagin is married with two children and three grandchildren. He is active in his Christian faith. He enjoys music, astronomy, traveling, sports, and Bible study. He is fluent in English, Spanish, and is currently studying Italian.

Philosophy

“I believe in treating patients with a holistic approach which includes not only physical comfort but also emotional and spiritual comfort for patients and their families. An oncologist must be ready to care for all these needs and know when to seek consultation. It also requires a strong sense of humility. My medical and life experiences have helped shape my perspective with compassion for patients in all stages of their treatment.”

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