Gerald Zemel, MD, Florida Cancer Specialists
Dr. Gerald Zemel
sees patients at the following locations:

A native of Montreal, Dr. Zemel graduated from Bucknell University in Pennyslvania with a Bachelor of Science degree. He received his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Zemel's postgraduate training included an internship at Western Pennsylvania Hospital, followed by a four year residency in diagnostic radiology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He then completed a fellowship at the Miami Vascular institute, after which he joined the medical staff as an expert in endovascular surgery. Known internationally and within the U.S. for his involvement in clinical research on TIPS, PAD, carotid stenting and aortic aneurysm therapy, Dr. Zemel has published, lectured extensively, and trained many physicians in a variety of interventional and minimally invasive techniques.

Dr. Zemel is a Diplomat of the American Board of Radiology with added qualification in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. He is also a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation by the American Registry for Diagnostic and Medical Sonography where he also serves on the advisory board. He brings his vast expertise and unique skill set in applying minimally invasive techniques that will benefit patients suffering from cancer, PAD, aortic aneurysm and many other diseases.

Gerald Zemel, MD

Undergraduate School:
  • Bucknell University - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Medical School:
  • University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
  • Western Pennsylvania Hospital
Residency in Diagnostic Radiology:
  • University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
  • Miami Vascular Institute - Vascular & Interventional Radiology
Board Certified:
  • Vascular & Interventional Radiology
  • Diagnostic Radiology
Community Activities and Honorary Societies:
  • Fellow, Society of Interventional Radiology
  • Fellow, American Heart Association
  • Registered Physician Peripieral Vascular Interpretation: RPVI
Dr. Zemel discusses how technological advancements have helped cancer patients prolong their lives without major surgery.