Randy Kahn, M.D., F.A.C.R.O.
Randy Kahn, M.D. is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Radiation Oncology. A graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania, he received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine in 1984. Dr. Kahn completed residency programs in Internal Medicine at the University of Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital in 1985 and at NYU’s Bellevue Hospital in 1987. He then completed his residency in Radiation Oncology at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York in 1990, where he served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Kahn’s affiliations include Brandon Hospital, South Bay Hospital, Town & Country Hospital, South Florida Baptist Hospital, Tampa General Hospital and Memorial Hospital. He has special expertise in Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT), Prostate Brachytherapy, and Stereotactic RadioSurgery.
Dr. Kahn is a member of the American Society for Therapeutic Radiation and Oncology; the American College of Radiology; the American College of Radiation Oncology; the Florida Radiological Society; the Florida Medical Association; and the Hillsborough County Medical Association.
Dr. Kahn has been practicing in the Tampa Bay area since 1990 and is associated with Tampa Bay Radiation Oncology whose offices are in Brandon, Sun City Center and 2 in Tampa, FL. He is also associated with the Brandon CyberKnife Center and the CyberKnife Center of Tampa.
Randy Kahn, MD, FACRO discusses coronavirus concerns for cancer patients and caregivers with Bloom guest host Danny New. Click on image to open video in new tab.
LOCAL ONCOLOGIST TAKES YOUR QUESTIONS: Dr. Randy Kahn is sitting down with WFLA Daisy Ruth to talk about how to protect your loved ones who may be immuno-compromised amid the coronavirus pandemic. Click image to open Facebook video in new tab.
Dr. Randy Kahn, MD, shares with Bloom host Carissa Galloway more about thyroid cancer including symptoms, treatment, and risk factors. Click image to open video in new tab.
“What’s the difference between our ‘goal weight’ and a ‘healthy weight’ and what are the health benefits of being at our ‘healthy weight’? Randy Kahn, MD, from Tampa Bay Radiation Oncology shares his expert opinion.”