Martin-O'Neil Cancer Center
David Tate, MD, Radiation Oncologist
As the leader of the Radiation Oncology Program, Dr. Tate sees the Martin-O’Neil Cancer Center as a healing place where an all-star medical team employs advanced techniques, treatments and technology and where electronic medical records and patient-centered culture connect seamlessly.
“It’s a bridge to the future for patients who will survive their cancer and get a second chance in life,” he says.
Following internship training, Dr. Tate completed a residency in Radiation Oncology at Stanford University Medical Center and was appointed to Stanford’s medical faculty in Radiation Oncology, where he provided clinical care and performed research. In 1999, he went into private practice in Northern California. He is Board-Certified in Radiation Oncology by the American Board of Radiology.