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PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center oncologist Ali Dadla, MD is board certified in medical oncology, hematology, and internal medicine. He studied medicine at Dr.VM Government Medical College in India, followed by residency at the University of Connecticut. He completed a Fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital and Wayne State University.
“I gravitated towards oncology because I had an opportunity to work under some brilliant minds in the field,” says Dr. Dadla of his early training. “They inspired me and helped shaped my career. They are a shining example of how I can aspire to serve the community.”
Dr. Dadla is excited by the rapid strides and breakthroughs underway in oncology care. He believes that, beyond the best medicines and procedures, great patient care requires a good relationship with the patient. “It is vital to provide care that is respectful of patient preferences, needs and values, in a way they feel most comfortable. I have always worked closely with and leveraged the combined expertise of my colleagues to give each patient the best possible outcome. I strive to understand the totality of a patient's experience with illness keeping quality of life as one of the main goals to aid decision making.”
When not caring for patients, Dr. Dadla and his family try to make positive impacts in other important areas. “My wife and I care deeply about the environment and look for opportunities to reduce our impact on the planet.”