About Matthew Taub
Dr. Matthew Taub completed his fellowship at New York Medical Collage in Hematology and Oncology after completing his internal medicine residency at The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Taub is a Board Certified Medical Oncologist with almost 20 years of clinical experience. He is also a practicing Hematologist for the same duration. He has treated both benign and malignant disorders in multiple states including New Jersey, New York, and Florida. Dr. Taub is very active in attending local hospital tumor boards and was attending professional regional meetings. Furthermore, Dr. Taub has been a member of the multidisciplinary committee at Memorial Hospital Miramar for several years and is a member of the American Society of clinical oncology (ASCO) and FLASCO as well.
Dr. Taub believes strongly in evidence based medicine and oncology. He tends to follow the guidelines of the National Cancer Committee Network when plausible, especially when making chemotherapy related decisions.
Dr. Taub has had a proclivity towards helping people his entire life as he laments seeing people suffer. He believes that every patient is unique and unconditionally requires his concern even when faced with a potentially terminal diagnosis. Many of his wonderful patients consider him to be compassionate and altruistic.
Dr Taub has an excellent staff, many of whom have remained with him for many years. The staff at his office clearly are an integral part to his team approach to excellent patient care at an affordable level.
Now he works as a hematologic oncology physician at Everglade's Oncology and Hematology in Pembroke Pines, Florida, Optimum Oncology Hematology. Doctor Matthew Taub leverages his training and experience to provide excellence in evidence-based oncologic and medical care to patients, when possible. Over the course of his career, he has worked with a variety of malignant and benign disorders in several states and been active on numerous local hospital boards. Beyond his medical practice, Dr. Taub serves on the Multidisciplinary Committee at Memorial Hospital Miramar and as a clinical adjunct faculty member at the Miami Dade College Physician Assistant Program.
Active in his professional community, Dr. Matthew Taub belongs to numerous organizations, including the Florida Medical Association, American Society of Clinical Oncology, and Florida Society of Clinical Oncology. In fact he was named Best Fellow at St. Vincent’s Medical Center between 1999 and 2000 during his training.