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News Samaritan Cancer Program Welcomes New Oncologist

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The Samaritan Cancer Program welcomes Keith Goldstein, MD, a medical oncologist.

Dr. Goldstein earned a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, and he completed his medical degree from St. George University School of Medicine. His residency and fellowship training were completed at SUNY Health Science Center - Syracuse. He is board certified in medical oncology and hematology.

“I chose to pursue oncology because of the chance to really connect with patients and make a difference in their lives,” said Dr. Goldstein, who recently relocated from Florida with his wife and daughter.

In his free time, he enjoys hiking, biking and skiing. As part of the Samaritan Cancer Program, Dr. Goldstein sees patients by referral in Corvallis and Newport. He can be reached at 541-768-4950.