Marc Citron, M.D.
Oncology & Hematology
Marc Citron M.D., recognized for his innovative research in breast cancer and a diverse group of malignancies, is acknowledged as an authority in the treatment of cancer. His experience in clinical cancer care spans over 30 years. After completing medical school at Wayne State University and training in internal medicine at Georgetown University, Dr. Citron was promoted to Chief Medical Resident and later awarded the Daryl Rubenstein Fellowship in Medical Oncology at Georgetown’s Vincent Lombardi Cancer Center.
Realizing the need for improved methods of treatment, Dr. Citron dedicated his career to cancer research and therapy. Dr. Citron was Head of Long Island Jewish Medical Center's Medical Oncology Section for 13 years. In 1997 he became Chief of Oncology at ProHEALTH and Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. In 2011 he became Clinical Professor of Medicine, Hofstra North-Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. In 2012 Dr. Citron was appointed Director of Cancer Services at ProHEALTH Care Associates.