Our dedicated staff works in conjunction with the physicians of Virgin Islands Oncology & Hematology to provide exceptional healthcare to our patients. We provide prompt, quality service in a pleasant environment.
About Virgin Islands Oncology and Hematology
In January 2006, Dr. Erole Hobdy opened the doors of Virgin Islands Oncology and Hematology on the second floor of the VI Medical Foundation Building directly behind the Schneider Regional Medical Center in St. Thomas. Dr. Hobdy, a native of Jamaica, had been living on the island for two years and was impressed by the number of people who were being diagnosed with cancer and who were leaving the island for cancer care. With her medical degree and training from Columbia University in New York and her cancer training from Yale Cancer Center, Dr. Hobdy felt that she could and should do her part in providing an option for patients to receive cancer care locally in the Virgin Islands. Dr. Hobdy’s belief was, and still is, that people living in the Caribbean should feel confident and comfortable that they can get good care at home.
The vision and mission of Virgin Islands Oncology & Hematology is to provide access to unparalleled high quality care to the people of the Virgin Islands and to raise the awareness of cancer in our community and to the rest of the Caribbean. To help reach her goals of providing treatment to the greater Caribbean, Dr. Hobdy has expanded her practice and sees patients in Tortola, BVI at Penn Medical Center, and in Nevis at the medical facility on Government Road, opposite the Alexandra Hospital.
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