Susan Constantino, MD, is a board-certified hematologist, medical oncologist and internal medicine physician who practices at the Orlando Health Cancer Institute. She specializes in breast cancer as well as other conditions and cancers.
Expert Cancer Care
Dr. Constantino is dedicated to providing expert cancer care to each patient throughout diagnosis and treatment of cancer and blood diseases. She understands the intricacies of her patient’s needs and develops a treatment plan specific to their condition. Along with other members of her team, she connects patients with support services that address their complete well-being from diagnosis to survivorship. A few of the disorders she treats are breast cancer, lung cancer, leukemia and lymphoma.
Dr. Constantino’s Training
Dr. Constantino earned her medical degree and bachelor’s degree in psychology, graduating magna cum laude, from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. She completed her medical oncology and hematology fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center, where she served a year as chief fellow.
About Dr. Constantino
After her fellowship, Dr. Constantino returned to Creighton as a house officer in internal medicine and then adjunct professor of medicine.
She has coauthored a number of abstracts and articles, including “Assessment of Compliance with NCCN Guidelines for Breast Cancer Patients Treated at a Comprehensive Cancer Center" abstract for the 2012 ASTRO annual meeting; “MGMT Inhibition Restores ER Functional Sensitivity to Antiestrogen Therapy" for Molecular Medicine; and “Study Comparing the Concordance Between PET/CT and Bone Scan in Detecting Skeletal Metastasis in Breast Cancer Patients" abstract for American Society of Clinical Oncology.
She is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology and recipient of the 2010 Breast Cancer Achievement Award at the Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Symposium and Exemplary Physician Colleague Award from Orlando Health in 2018. She also was an associate professor of medicine at the University of Central Florida for three years.