Geoffrey Graham, DO
Southwestern Regional Medical Center
"My personal goal is to get the patient back to achieving happiness in whatever activity they want to pursue."
- Geoffrey Graham, DO
Osteopathic Medical Degree
- Touro University of Osteopathic Medicine
Internship / Residency
- Board Certified, Internal Medicine
Practicing Since: 2012
As a physician hospitalist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), Dr. Geoffrey Graham’s focus is simple: “My personal goal is to get the patient back to achieving happiness in whatever activity they want to pursue.” Achieving that goal involves daily, hands-on involvement with patients at CTCA, so that any limitations they might face as part of their disease and treatment can be overcome.
After obtaining his bachelor of science in biology at the University of California, Davis, Dr. Graham attended Touro University of Osteopathic Medicine, in Henderson, Nevada, where he obtained his osteopathic medical degree. He then pursued an internal medicine residency at the Freeman Health System in Joplin, Missouri, where he was appointed chief resident. As part of his residency, Dr. Graham also followed the gastroenterology fellows at CTCA in 2011. After serving as a resident, Dr. Graham joined CTCA as a hospitalist in 2012.
As part of his education, Dr. Graham pursued research in cardiomyopathy, dietary supplements, and spine stabilization. He volunteered as a diabetes screener during his residency at Freeman Health System, and also volunteered in hospital emergency rooms during his undergraduate education years. He has special training in wilderness medicine and was awarded the Human Corps Gold Award in 2005.
At CTCA, Dr. Graham keeps close track of patients to ensure that any hurdles to their recovery are removed. He analyzes medications, follows trends in lab test results and vital sign measurements, and intervenes in treatment plans for high-risk patients whenever necessary.
As a hospitalist, Dr. Graham focuses on keeping patients happy. Outside of work, he keeps himself happy by spending time with his family, including his two young daughters, and finding opportunities to explore the outdoors.