Dr. Thomas G. Sawyer

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Dr. Thomas G. Sawyer

8947 Bay Cove Court
Orlando FL, 32819
US

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Ew #2387 partnered in developing the largest oncology practice in the US, previous to leaving his practice in 1990.
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BIO / Resume / CV:
EW #2387 At the time, M.D., J.D. left his oncology practice in 1990, his wife and he had developed the largest private oncology practice in the U.S. They managed over a 100 staff and 10 physicians treating an average of nearly 250 patients a day. Since 1994, he has functioned as a volunteer physician at the Health Care Clinic for the Homeless working as a generalist. Since he has not been actively engaged in oncology since 1990, his value as an expert testifying witness is impaired; however, his ability to review records remains excellent. Radiation oncology is a very specialized area of medicine combining medical and physics knowledge rendering the nuances of treatment complex and not easily understood by the average reviewer or attorney. His experience as a teacher in medical schools is useful in educating the plaintiff’s attorney and staff. His background in gynecology, diagnostic radiology and law are added advantages in chart review. Being an attorney allows him to actively advise during depositions and at trial permitting the plaintiff’s attorney to more effectively examine opposing witnesses. Fees for the later services are reduced to minimize expenses.

Military Experience
Enlisted during Korean Conflict U.S.A.F. 1952; volunteered for combat duty Korea 1953-54. Honorably discharged 1956
Attended Medical School Indiana University under GI Bill.
Enlisted during Viet Nam Conflict. Served as Captain in the Medical Corp. I remained stateside stationed at Tacoma Army Hospital, Tacoma, Washington. Honorably discharged.

Major Educational Achievements
Graduated Indiana Medical School 1964
U.S. Army Internship 1964-65
U. Washington Seattle, Washington Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency 1965-66
Providence Hospital Radiology Residency Seattle Washington 1966-67
* Radiation Oncology Residency Univ. of Florida 1967-70 [note that during the last two years, I served as an assistant professor in the department as well as a resident. This occurred as a consequence of being the first radiation oncologist trained in Flordia]
Graduated Stetson Law School 1993

Major Appointments & Positions
Assistant Professor Radiation Oncology Univ. of Florida 1968-70
Director Radiation Oncology Good Samaritan Hospital Palm Beach Fl. 1969-70
Chairman Mary Bird Perkins Radiation Department Baton Rouge, Louisiana 1970-75
Assistant Professor Radiation Oncology LSU and Director Mary Byrd Perkins Radiation Department Baton Rouge, La. 1970-75
Chairman Department Radiation Oncology Orlando Regional Medical Center 1975-90
Past President American Cancer Society Orlando Metro Unit 78-79
Chairman of Professional Education Orlando Metro Unit 1976-79
Chairman Professional Education Committee Florida Division American Cancer Society mid-80s
Chairman Leukemia & Childhood Cancer Committee Florida Division American Cancer Society mid-80s
Past President American Cancer Society Florida Division 89-90
Past President Florida Society of Clinical Oncologists 87-88
President Elect Florida Radiological Society Therapeutic Section 1991 [resigned upon acceptance into law school]
Board of Directors Health Care Clinic for the Homeless 1994-98
President Health Care Clinic for the Homeless, Orlando, Fl 2002-Present
Citizens Review Panel Orange County 2001-Present
Nominated Board Health Central Hospital, Orlando, Florida. Appointed awaiting Govs. Approval
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