Hanna M. Saba, MD
Medical Oncology / Hematology
Dr. Hanna M. Saba, medical oncologist/hematologist, joined Cancer Care Specialists of Illinois in June 2007. Dr. Saba primarily sees patients at Crossroads Cancer Center in Effingham and also sees patients at our clinics in Olney and Pana.
Dr. Saba received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Damascus University Medical School in Syria. He completed residencies in Internal Medicine at Cook County Hospital in Chicago and at the Ministry of Health, Douma Hospital, in Syria. Dr. Saba went on to complete a fellowship in Hematology/ Oncology at Michigan State University.
Dr. Saba is board certified in Medical Oncology, Hematology and Internal Medicine. In addition, he holds membership in the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the American College of Physicians, and several other professional organizations. Dr. Saba previously worked at the Ashley County Medical Center in Crossett, Arkansas, where he started a brand new oncology clinic and infusion center, and his service provided both primary and specialty care to patients. He has published two research articles related to breast cancer and anemia. Dr. Saba also has a special interest in breast cancer and colorectal cancer.
Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, 2003
Internal Medicine Residencies
Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL, 2000
Ministry of Health, Douma Hospital, Damascus, Syria, 1995
M.D., Damascus University Medical School, Damascus, Syria, 1989
Medical Oncology – American Board of Internal Medicine
Hematology – American Board of Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine – American Board of Internal Medicine
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Illinois Medical Oncology Society
Illinois State Medical Society
ASCO Clinical Trials Participation Award, 2011 & 2015