Volunteer Profile – Daniel Gorovets
Daniel Gorovets currently works as a Radiation Oncologist for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. Since 2004, he has been providing this service in this industry.
Dr. Gorovets received his MD from NYU Grossman School of Medicine in 2012. Since 2012 he has been associated with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Gorovets accepts multiple insurance plans.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Gorovets hails from Boston, Massachusetts and attended the University of Pennsylvania where he earned a Bachelor’s in political science and economics. Additionally, Daniel volunteered for several projects such as vaccination campaigns in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala as well as becoming a member of the American Cancer Society since 2006. Now an active fundraiser, Daniel continues his fundraising for various cancer related causes through American Cancer Society membership and fundraising events.
Gorovets received his medical education at New York University School of Medicine and completed his residency at one of their affiliated hospitals. He is licensed in Massachusetts, according to Healthgrades, and accepts multiple insurance providers.
Daniel Gorovets is a medical doctor practicing radiation oncology. After graduating from NYU Grossman School of Medicine in 2012 and joining Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center shortly thereafter, he specializes in Prostate Cancer treatments, Genitourinary Oncology services, General Radiation Oncology services as well as Proton Beam Therapy services.
Healthgrades reports that Gorovets accepts multiple insurance plans and is a member of the American College of Radiology; additionally he has earned many accolades and honors for his service and work.
Gorovets was also a volunteer for Sociales del Hermano Pedro in Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala from June to August 2006. While volunteering, he assisted with tasks such as cleaning dormitories, planting tomatoes, athletic competitions and translation services during this time.
Daniel Gorovets lives in New York with his wife and three children. Between work, his career, his family life and volunteering opportunities – he finds time for various volunteer projects such as teaching children with autism or helping build homes in Haiti. Additionally he works with the American Cancer Society Graphics Team on vaccine campaigns creating materials.
Gorovets graduated from NYU School of Medicine in 2012 and completed a residency at hospitals affiliated with New York University (NYU). He currently practices Radiation Oncology at Memorial Sloan-kettering Cancer Center and accepts multiple insurance plans.
He has been paid by various entities for consulting and speaking engagements. Additionally, according to ZoomInfo he received payments for meals and travel compensation.