Dr. Daniel Kobrinski is board certified in hematology, medical oncology, and internal medicine and practices at our Beaches and Southpoint locations. He completed both his residency training and fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois. Dr. Kobrinski chose to specialize in hematology and oncology for two reasons.
First, he loves connecting and building relationships with patients and their families. Secondly, he is excited to be in a field of medicine that is rapidly evolving and allows for personalized care delivery. “My philosophy when it comes to helping patients is to provide them with the appropriate supervision and medical care to help them achieve their goals. I strive to make a positive difference, no matter how big or small,” he says.
Dr. Kobrinski’s mother was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer during the first year of his hematology and oncology fellowship program. Her diagnosis was a shock to his entire family. “My mom fought courageously, but she unfortunately passed away one year after being diagnosed. Her love and endless support helped me as a father and as a physician,” he says.
Dr. Kobrinski does not have a direct connection to North Florida, but his wife and her family are from Orlando, Florida. They chose to settle down in Florida to raise their children closer to family. He’s excited to join the team at CSNF because he believes the physicians and staff are a well-respected and professional group who are committed to delivering high-quality care to the surrounding community.
Dr. Kobrinski has played the drums since elementary school and enjoys teaching his children about music. He likes spending time with his wife and kids, swimming, and going to parks. He also enjoys playing basketball and golf when given the chance.