Dr. Daniel Kobrinski is board certified in hematology, medical oncology, and internal medicine and practices at our Beaches and Southpoint locations. Dr. Kobrinski earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida, before moving on to complete both his residency and fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois.

The prospect of being in a field of medicine that is so rapidly evolving, combined with his love of building connections with patients and their families, are the two biggest reasons Dr. Kobrinski chose hematology/oncology. “I strive to make a positive difference, no matter how big or small,” he says. “Being able to provide patients with the best treatment options for their diseases to help meet their goals and spend more quality time with their family– there is no better feeling.”

His personal connection to cancer significantly influenced his love of patient care. During his first year of his hematology/oncology fellowship program, Dr. Kobrinskis mother was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer. “My mom fought courageously, but she unfortunately passed away one year after being diagnosed,” he explains. “Her love and endless support has helped me so much, not only as a parent, but as a physician.”

In order to be closer to their family in Orlando, Dr. Kobrinski and his wife chose to settle in North Florida to raise their children. When he found CSNF, he was proud to join a “well respected and professional group physicians, committed to patient care” and was instantly proud to join the team.

An avid drummer since elementary school, Dr. Kobrinski enjoys teaching his children about music and spending time with them and his wife. When he has the chance, he enjoys basketball and golf.


Internal Medicine


Nova Southeastern University — Davie, Florida
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Miami University — Oxford, Ohio
Bachelor of Arts in Zoology


Loyola University Medical Center — Chicago, Illinois


Loyola University Medical Center — Chicago, Illinois
Hematology & Medical Oncology