Delia Radovich,MD


Medical Oncologist

Radovich Delia

Cancer care, for me, is all about my relationship with my patients. I want them to feel cared for and understood. They need to know that we care about the whole person.

City of Hope Atlanta
600 Celebrate Life Parkway
Newnan, GA 30265
Medical Oncology
Medical school:

Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, RI


Internal Medicine - Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT


Hematology/Oncology - Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY


Medical Oncology - American Board of Internal Medicine

About Me

Delia Radovich, MD, joined City of Hope® Cancer Center Atlanta in February 2024, bringing with her 20 years’ experience as a Medical Oncologist providing personalized, compassionate treatment for patients diagnosed with gastrointestinal cancers and breast cancer. Board certified in medical oncology, she has been an honoree of the American Cancer Society and has been named a Castle Connelly Top Doctor for Cancer care every year for the past nine years.

Dr. Radovich was interested in medicine as a child, when she used to bring a first aid kit to her brother’s sports games so she could help patch up any on-field injuries. She first pursued a career as a journalist, earning her bachelor’s degree in journalism from New York University. But after a decade, when her father was diagnosed with advanced cancer, she turned her attention to medicine. His journey inspired her—especially his tenacity in the face of illness and the clinical trials that extended his life. That’s when she decided that oncology was her true calling.

“For me, it was always, always going to be a career in cancer care,” Dr. Radovich says. “In addition to the science, oncology care is about relationships. The patients are not just a case, or a disease. They are people with families and friends who care about them and journey with them. It’s a privilege to affect so many lives by taking care of someone.”

She completed a postbaccalaureate premed program at Columbia University in New York City while still writing and editing for the New York Daily News, then earned her medical degree from Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School in Providence, Rhode Island. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital in Connecticut, followed by fellowship training in medical oncology and hematology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.

Before joining City of Hope, Dr. Radovich served as an attending physician at a New Jersey cancer center, where she was the moderator for the Multidisciplinary GI Tumor Board and served on the hospital’s Chaplaincy Board. Her research is dedicated to advancing new strategies for cancer therapy and broadening access to innovative protocols through clinical trials.

Outside of City of Hope, Dr. Radovich is a passionate foodie who enjoys traveling, watching movies and being on the water.

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