David E. Mann Jr., M.D.

Dr. David Mann cares for patients with all types of cancers. Dr. Mann joined the Baptist Medical Group - Oncology team in 2009 and works alongside Drs. Herrera, DeJoubner and Ibrahim within the Baptist Cancer Institute. Dr. Mann is board certified and fellowship trained. He currently welcomed new patients in Pensacola.

Medical Education

Hahnemann University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Internship

The York Hospital, York, PA, Department of Internal Medicine

Residency

The York Hospital, York, PA, Department of Internal Medicine

Fellowship

University of Florida Shands and VAMC Hospitals, Gainesville, FL, Subspecialty Practice of Medical Oncology and Hematology

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine Subspecialty of Medical Oncology

Presentations

"Allergic Reaction to Streptokinase Therapy" presented at the American College of Physicians

Major Publications

Hamrajani, R; Kim, K.; Amos, W; Mann, D.; "Use of sargramostim as maintenance therapy with Stage IV melanoma at high risk for systemic recurrence." Melanoma Research, Vol. 17. pg. 257-259, 2007

Mann, DE Jr., Lottenberg, R Case Report; "Ischemic Colitis and Acquired Resistance to Activated Protein C in a Women Using Oral Contraceptives" American Journal of Gastroenterology, October 1998

Scholarly Service Honors

Vice Chief of Staff, Medical Executive Committee, North Okaloosa Medical Center
Secretary, Medical Executive Committee, North Okaloosa Medical Center
Dean`s Fellowship, Pennsylvania State University
Alban-Elean-Eavenson Trustee Academic Scholarship, Lehigh University
Nominated for DuPont Fellowship, Lehigh University

Society Memberships

American Society of Clinical Oncology
American Society of Hemetology
American College of Physicians
Board of Trustees, North Okaloosa Medical Center

Additional Information

To learn more about Dr. Mann and his services, please visit his practice page > Baptist Medical Group - Oncology.

Dr. Mann serves as a physician within the Baptist Cancer Institute of Baptist Health Care. To learn more about the Baptist Cancer Institute, click here.