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Dr. Hema Vankayala is board-certified in medical oncology and hematology and practices at our Fleming Island location. Originally from India, Dr. Vankayala earned her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Guntur Medical College in Andhra Pradesh, India. She went on to complete her residency and fellowship at Wayne State University/Karmanos Cancer Center in Detroit, Michigan before joining CSNF.

Honored to be a member of CSNF’s multidisciplinary team, Dr. Vankayala say that’s it’s a privilege to works with people who value research and compassion as much as she does. “It’s a blessing to see patients live longer with the new cutting-edge treatments available at CSNF, thanks to the help and research of my colleagues,” she says. “It is satisfying to see them having special moments with their loved ones.”

Dr. Vankayala’s philosophy is to be candid about the diseases her patients are facing and provide realistic hope in a compassionate way. She believes that involving the patients and their families in the treatment discussions and decisions is critical and will help them prepare to actively participate in the cancer care process.

When not in the office, Dr. Vankayala enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her family.

Curriculum Vitae


Medical Oncology
Internal Medicine


Wayne State University


Wayne State University


Guntur Medical College
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
JKC College
Bachelor of Science


Oncology & Hematology Review
State of the Art in Locally Advanced and Recurrent Non-metastatic Prostate Cancer.
Oncology & Hematology Review
Current and Emerging Therapies in Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Journal of Clinical GU Cancer
The Effect of Targeted Therapy on Overall Survival in Advanced Renal Cancer: A Study of the National Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results Registry Database.
Diagnostic accuracy of myocardial perfusion imaging and stress echocardiography for the diagnosis of left main and triple vessel coronary artery disease: a comparative meta- analysis.
American Journal of Cardiovascular Drugs
Aldosterone Antagonists: The Most Underutilized Class of Heart Failure Medications
International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging
Correlation between stress myocardial perfusion imaging and myocardial jeopardy Score: usefulness of electrocardiographic parameters
Aldosterone Antagonists in Heart Failure: Are We Compliant with the RALES Trial?
Journal of Cardiac Failure