Edward Gilbert, MD
Edward H. Gilbert, M. D. Is a board certified radiation oncologist. He completed his residency at Stanford University Medical Center in 1975. While at Denver Presbyterian Hospital in 1976, he created the first hospital based psycho-emotional program based on the work of Carl Simonton, M.D. He was also involved in bringing the first inpatient hospice to Presbyterian Hospital.
Through the years he held the position of program director for radiation oncology at the National Cancer Institute, was at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, and since 1993 has been the director of 2 radiation oncology centers in Dallas, Texas.
He has a passion for developing the role of integrative oncology for the daily practice of medicine. He has special expertise in medical databases, and the use of creative expression for your own healing. He was treated with radiation for prostate cancer in 2004