Patrick J. Ward, MD, PhD
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Patrick J. Ward, MD, PhD, is a medical oncologist who specializes in breast cancer, solid tumors and cancer research. He serves as Director of OHC’s Cancer Research and Clinical Trials Program and as principal investigator on breast and lung cancer clinical trials at OHC.
Dr. Ward’s passion for research makes a difference in the lives of his cancer patients. “I hope to convey to my patients that they are being treated by someone who is knowledgeable about the most recent advancements in cancer treatments and research. I want to give them every opportunity to participate in their care decisions with the guidance and support from all members of our cancer care team – medical, radiation, and gynecologic experts, our research team, and our team members who help them navigate through their cancer therapy, provide emotional support, and help with financial needs.”
When he’s not working, Dr. Ward likes to spend time with his family, travel, and pursue his interest in soccer and craft beer.
Education & Training
Medical School: The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Residency: The Ohio State University
Fellowship: The Ohio State University
Additional Education: The Ohio State University, Doctoral Degree in Medicinal Chemistry
American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology
Though Dr. Ward was not my original physician, he was up to date with my history when we met. I feel completely confident in the care I will receive. – T.W., July 2022
I've been coming to OHC now for at least 10 years and it has always been a good experience. Thank you for your great service. – C.A., July 2022
Dr. Ward is very knowledgeable and all-around great doctor. I’d highly recommend him. – N.K., June 2022
I have always been treated with kindness and consideration as well as excellent oncological care and expertise. I am now several years post-cancer treatment and I return for check-ups. I receive excellent guidance and reminders to continue to take care of my overall health. – R.Y., June 2022