Jay Greenberg, MD Hematologist, Oncologist

Bio

Biography

Jay N. Greenberg, MD, has treated pediatric hematology and oncology patients in the Washington, DC, area since 1982. He also served as a principal investigator for Children’s Oncology Group, Pediatric Oncology Group, and Children's Cancer Study Group for more than 25 years.

Dr. Greenberg has been mentioned in the Washingtonian list of Top Doctors continuously for 25 years, and is mentioned in Who’s Who as a leader in pediatric hematology/oncology. Dr. Greenberg has recently been honored for life achievement by the local Make-a-Wish Foundation, the Camp Fantastic Foundation, and the Northern Virginia Leukemia/Lymphoma Society.

After practicing in Northern Virginia for 20 years, Dr. Greenberg now welcomes the opportunity to see patients in his own community at the Montgomery County Outpatient Center.

Education & Training

Education & Training

  • MD, 1976
    University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
  • BA, 1970
    Dickinson College
Patient Stories

Patient Stories: Jay Greenberg

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Staci's Story

"As a parent/caretaker, you want to fight with every ounce of fight that you have. It's normal and necessary to help you feel like you are fighting right along with your precious baby."

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Andrew's Story

"Our best advice is to take each episode as it comes, and you will get through them all! It may sound like a cliché, but you do learn to live one day at a time and to relish every small milestone in your child's life."

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Jessica's Story

"Miracles do happen! I thank the doctors and nurses at Children's National, and the special clinical trials for helping make this miracle happen."

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Zahara's Story

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"In the midst of every situation remember that there is no situation that you will face that you (along with your support team) are not well-equipped to handle."

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