|Springfield, MA-–Philip Glynn, MD, has joined Mercy Medical Center and the Sisters Caritas Cancer Center as Director, Medical Oncology. In this position, Dr. Glynn is responsible for all aspects of the Medical Oncology program and its activities, such as cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, state-of-the-art treatment and services, counseling and rehabilitation. He also assists with the development and implementation of new program initiatives, such as cancer survivorship, navigation, community outreach and clinical research/clinical trial participation.
Prior to his role at Mercy Medical Center, Dr. Glynn maintained a private practice in Springfield for over 20 years. He is board-certified in Medical Oncology, Palliative Care and Hospice, and Internal Medicine. Dr. Glynn serves as Assistant Clinical Professor at Tufts School of Medicine and as Medical Director of Oncology and Hospice at Noble Hospital in Westfield. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts-Rhode Island Make-A-Wish Foundation.
“As a recognized expert in Medical Oncology, Dr. Glynn will play a key role in furthering efforts to distinguish the Sister Caritas Cancer Center as the region’s leading provider of comprehensive services for cancer patients,” said Daniel P. Moen, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sisters of Providence Health System.
“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Glynn to our team of dedicated professionals at the Sister Caritas Cancer Center. His extensive clinical experience and focus on quality will enhance the state-of-the art cancer services already offered to our patients in the community,” said Scott A. Wolf, D.O., MPH, Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer, Mercy Medical Center.