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|Facilities||Southeast Cancer Center|
|Groups||Accepting First Option, SoutheastHEALTH Providers|
Southwestern Oklahoma State University,
AT Still University - Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine,
|Fellowship||San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, 2013|
|Residency||San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, 2010|
|Internship||San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium|
American Board of Internal Medicine
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Basic Life Support
Dr. Erin Ezzell strives to provide compassionate, patient-centered care to guide people through one of the most difficult times in their lives. It's important to Dr. Ezzell to learn about her patients' values, hopes and fears, which allows her to clearly understand their goals of care, lead them to treatment decisions that support those goals and aid them along their cancer journey.
As an 11-year veteran of the US Air Force, Dr. Ezzell treated active duty patients, their dependents, retirees and veterans of all ages as a hematologist and oncologist, and in Afghanistan as an internist.
Dr. Ezzell loved her time in Missouri while attending medical school. She and her husband are happy to settle in Cape Girardeau with their young daughter. As a family, they enjoy music, traveling, sports, animals, the outdoors and all things Disney.
Dr. Julianna Lippert-Keck and Dr. Erin Ezzell share their stories of strength.
Cancer has touched most of us, in one way or another, whether it's personally or a family member, a co-worker or friend. The good news is that you can reduce your risk of developing cancer with just a few, simple lifestyle changes. Southeast Hematologist/Oncologist Dr. Erin Ezzell has more.
SoutheastHEALTH is pleased to welcome Hematologist/Oncologist Dr. Erin Ezzell. She is affiliated with Southeast Hematology/Oncology at the Southeast Cancer Center. When it comes to Dr. Ezzell's patients, helping lead them to treatment decisions that support life goals, and aiding them along their cancer journey is paramount.
Publications & Research
Bersabe AR, Romain JT, Ezzell EE, Renshaw JS. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia as an unusual cause of rapid airway compromise. Case Rep Oncol Med. 2017. Epub
McGlasson DL, Fritsma GA, Ezzell EE, Anderson NS. Measuring dabigatran with the dilute Russell viper venom confirm assay in an anticoagulation clinic population. 2014 International Society on thrombosis and Haemostasis 12(Suppl 1) (2014) 1-106, abs COA38.
Ezzell EE, Chang KS, George BJ. New agents in the arsenal to fight castrate-resistant prostate cancer. Curr Oncol Rep. 2013. 15(3):239-48