Michael Moffett, M.D., MHCDS

Dr. Michael J. Moffett has been a practicing oncologist and hematologist for over 30 years and is board certified in internal medicine and medical oncology. Dr. Moffett completed his fellowship training in critical care, medical oncology and hematology. His first interest was trauma and intensive care but then switched to oncology once he realized how much he enjoyed interacting with the patients and families going through a cancer diagnosis and treatment.

“It is truly a privilege to be allowed to walk with the patient through this journey. Once you are diagnosed with a serious illness, you often find yourself in a system that can be very confusing. Our #1 job is to make sure the patient gets what they need when they need it, and to ensure they’re not just another number.”

This same passion is evident in his efforts to help improve the healthcare system. In 2013, he applied to be part of a special project with Medicare called the Oncology Care Model. This is the first project Medicare has done in oncology to help improve quality while reducing costs to patients. His application was just 1 of 12 selected in the state and 1 of 190 in the country.

Dr. Moffett also has intense passion for fitness and sports; including running, hiking, and cross country skiing. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, 4 adult children and 2 dogs.

Education and Certifications


Albany Medical College


Internal Medicine – SUNY Upstate Medical University


Internal Medicine – SUNY Upstate Medical University

Medical School

Albany Medical College

Board Certification

Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology


Co-director of the Stroke Program at Community Medical Regional Center, Dr. Amir Khan is a leading neurologist who is regularly featured on Medwatch Today. From treating patients who have suffered from strokes to developing the latest technologies to stop aneurysms from rupturing in the first place, Dr. Khan is a leader in his field and dedicated to addressing critical brain trauma.

Practice forms

Visit Community Health Partners’ Patient Resources page to download and complete patient registration, medical history and additional forms required by our practice.

Top of Mind

Knowing the signs of stroke and what to do if you or a loved one may be suffering from one is critically important to realizing the best outcomes. Dr. Khan is a regular contributor to a wide array of educational content that is helping inform our community about brain health.

Fifth-grade teacher Pablita Garcia was celebrating Christmas Eve at her friend’s house …

Ultrasonographer Mike Padilla had just finished seeing a patient when he went to connect …

Knowing one acronym could save a life. 

Local interior design company owner Kay Garabedian got lucky the evening a large clot lodged in her brain.


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