Dr. Negrea obtained his medical education in his native country of Romania, as well as in the Dominican Republic. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at the Mount Vernon Hospital in New York, a New York Medical College program. Subsequently, he did a year of medical oncology training at Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, followed by two and a half years of hematology and medical oncology at Temple University Hospital and Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr Negrea is board-certified and has been engaged in the practice of oncology/hematology since 1992. Prior to moving to Savannah in 2001, he was a senior oncology attending physician at the Phoebe Cancer Center in Albany, Ga.
Dr. Jennifer Yannucci has been practicing in Savannah since July of 2006 at Low Country Cancer Care Associates, P.C. She is board-certified in hematology and oncology. Before joining Low Country Cancer Care, she completed her fellowship in oncology/hematology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School in Boston Massachusetts. Dr. Yannucci has a special interest in breast cancer and also treats a variety of cancers such as lymphoma, leukemia, lung, and colon cancers. She also specializes in both bleeding and clotting disorders.
Dr. Bishnoi obtained his medical education from Sardar Patel Medical College/Rajasthan University in India. He is experienced in treating patients with all cancer types and blood disorders with a special interest in cancers of the gastrointestinal and genitourinary tract. He is also experienced in treating non-malignant blood disorders and malignant lymphoma and leukemia.
He is involved in scientific research to advance the field of medicine including cardiac toxicity from cancer treatment and studies on the impact of COVID-19 on cancer care. Dr. Bishnoi decided to become an oncologist because of the fearful impact a cancer diagnosis can have on patients and their families and wants to change that perception to the belief that cancer can be beaten.