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Robert Droder, MD

5.0 out of 5 
Specialty: 
Oncology, Hematology
Cancer Care
Physician Group: 
UT Health East Texas Physicians
Practices At: 

UT Health North Campus Tyler

11937 US Hwy 271
Tyler, TX 75708

UT Health Tyler

1000 S. Beckham Ave.
Tyler, TX 75701

Dr. Droder is employed as a clinical faculty physician at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler under the UT Tyler School of Medicine.

Board Certifications: 

American Board of Internal Medicine-Medical Oncology, Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine-Hematology, Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine, Board Certification

Education: 

Medical Oncology Fellowship: Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Rochester, MN

Hematology Fellowship: Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, Rochester, MN

Internal Medicine Residency: Robert Packer Hospital / Guthrie Medical Center, Sayre, PA

Doctor of Medicine: Hahnemann University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Bachelor of Arts: Chemistry, Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA

American College of Physicians, Member

American Society of Clinical Oncology, Member

Texas Society of Clinical Oncology, Member

Smith County Medical Society, Member

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 11/19/2023

Dr. Droder is always caring and helpful to me. He explains things in an easy way to understand. He is one of my favorite Doctors from UT Health.

   — Rey Morales


 09/07/2023

Dr. Droder is one that still takes time to listen to you. Takes time to answer all you concerns. I give him a 10

   — Sondra Gordineer


 06/07/2023

He gave me a detailed explanation of why I was referred to him.

   — Charles Connor


 02/14/2023

Great Dr.

   — Rhonda King


 09/20/2017

We love the doctors and staff at the clinic in Athens. Always have great smiles and friendly. Dr. Droder is my husband and my hemotologist. He has done so much for both of us.

   — Donda Boyde


 02/13/2017

The lab staff is wonderful. Gentle and kind. His assistants were nice also, but a couple of the receptionists were rude or ignored me. (One didn't even acknowledge me.) After I had stood there a bit, I used the timer on my phone. 6& 1/2 minutes I stood there looking at her while she discussed her man problems.) As one other patient stated, They ARE in charge. They decide how long you have to wait. But all the other and the doctor are worth putting up with one dummy.

   — Lonnie Lorance