Stephen V. Orman, MD
Dr. Stephen Orman has been caring for patients in the greater Venice Community for over 25 years. Dr. Orman received his BA in Biology from St. Louis University and his Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences in Memphis, TN. He completed his Internship and Residency training in Internal Medicine and fulfilled a research year in Immunology at the University of Tennessee. He received his Fellowship in Hematology & Oncology at the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, DC. In 1985, he joined Venice Oncology Associates which later merged with Florida Cancer Specialists in 1998. During his career, Dr. Orman has served on the Board of Directors for the Florida Society of Clinical Oncology, on the Board of Directors of Venice Hospital and Bon Secours Hospital in Venice, and as Chief of Staff of Venice Hospital. He has been the recipient of the “Hope Award” for the Wellness Community of Southwest Florida.
Dr. Orman has participated as a sub-investigator in nearly 100 clinical research trials and has been published in Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics, Archives of Internal Medicine, and the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Dr. Stephen Orman serves as Assistant Managing Partner and a Member of the Board of Directors of Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute. As Assistant Managing Partner, he provides leadership in the strategic growth and development of the organization. He has led several key initiatives pertaining to construction of a centralized Administration Building, practice expansion, and regional business development. In 2010, Dr. Orman initiated the formation of the Florida Cancer Foundation, a non-profit organization that was established by the physicians of Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute. In his spare time, Dr. Orman enjoys golfing, traveling, and all sports. He can often be found cheering for the Tampa Bay Rays or Buccaneers. He is married and the proud father of three young gentlemen.
Dr. Orman talks about how oncology is a calling and that both the doctors and staff are engaged not just in trying to advance care but also their quality of life.
St. Louis University
University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences
Internship and Residency
University of Tennessee
Fellowship in Oncology/Hematology
George Washington University