Dr. Mark Ledbetter is an Assistant Member in the Department of Internal Medicine at Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Ledbetter received his MD from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. He completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of South Florida and most recently a Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Ledbetter’s clinical focus is aggressive symptom management for patients suffering from malignancy, with the goal of providing a multi-modal approach to symptom management. His research interests include finding novel or infrequently used agents in the management of symptoms and sequela that arise from cancer and its treatment. Dr. Ledbetter acts as a Hospital Medicine and Urgent Care Physician, where his training in Palliative Medicine augments the expertise of our Hospitalist team in the symptom management of hospitalized patients.
Education & Training
- Medical University of South Carolina - Palliative Medicine
- University of South Florida - Internal Medicine
- University of South Alabama - MD
- Emanuel N, Siddique N, Greene J, Pasikhova Y, Morrison A, Ledbetter M, Handley G. Nocardia niwae Disseminated Nocardiosis: A Novel Species Presenting Concurrently With Lung Adenocarcinoma. Cureus. 2022 Nov.14(11):e31246. Pubmedid: 36505126. Pmcid: PMC9731320.
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