Ronald J. Krochak, MD
Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center
Comprehensive Cancer Center

A native of Toronto, Dr. Krochak received his medical degree from the University of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada. He completed his training in radiation oncology at the University of Toronto's Princess Margaret Hospital, followed by a one-year clinical fellowship.

Dr. Krochak served as an associate professor in radiation oncology at the University of Virginia before relocating to central Florida in 1985. In 1995, Dr. Krochak moved to Ormond Beach, Florida, to open the Memorial Cancer Care Center, which is now associated with Florida Hospital.

Dr. Krochak also has received specialized training in vascular brachytherapy for the prevention of arterial restenosis and in prostate brachytherapy, a technique he introduced to the Memorial Cancer Care Center in 1996.

Dr. Krochak is board certified in radiation oncology.