Dr. Thomas S. Davis is a board certified Hematologist and Oncologist who has practiced with Cancer Specialists of North Florida since 2005. He works at the CSNF Riverside location and serves as Chair of Hematology and Oncology for St. Vincent’s Hospital.

Originally from Northern New Jersey he completed his undergraduate work at Wesleyan University. Subsequently he earned two Master’s degrees and then is Doctor of Medicine. He subsequently served in the United States Navy completing his internship at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. He served as the General Medical Officer for the USMC Chemical Biologic Incident Response Force. He was responsible for national and international training  of first responders and medical personnel to respond to “chemical and biologic weapon attacks.”

On completing his military service, Dr. Davis underwent further training at Cornell, New York Hospital and Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital for Internal Medicine where he earned awards for teaching. In addition he assisted in the response to 9/11 at New York Hospital. He completed his Fellowship in Hematology and Oncology at Dartmouth.

Dr. Davis chose to join Cancer Specialists of North Florida because of the true cutting-edge therapies not typically found in the community. The CSNF community exhibits a level of dedication to our patients that is second to none. CSNF has been at the forefront of bringing clinical trials and immunotherapy options to the population of Jacksonville.

During his spare time he enjoys traveling  with his wife and young  daughter. He supports many community activities as well.  He enjoys carpentry, hiking and reading.


Medical Oncology


New York Medical College — Valhalla, New York
Doctor of Medicine
Hahnemann University — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Master of Science in Medical Biochemistry
Hahnemann University — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Master of Science in Human Anatomy
Wesleyan University — Middletown, Connecticut
Bachelor of Arts


National Naval Medical Center — Bethesda, Maryland


New York Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center — New York, New York


Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center — Lebanon, New Hampshire