A Magna Cum Laude graduate from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Dr. Paul E. Michael received his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He completed both his internship and residency in internal medicine at the University of Oklahoma and his fellowship in hematology and oncology at Brown University.
Dr. Michael is one of the founding medical oncologists at Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada (CCCN) and is an on-staff physician for several hospitals including Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, St. Rose Dominican Hospital – San Martín Campus, Southern Hills Hospital and Spring Valley Hospital. Dr. Michael serves as clinical faculty for the Internal Medicine Residency at University of Nevada School of Medicine and also sits on the Curriculum Committee for the UNLV School of Medicine. He has previously served on the Board of Directors for the American Cancer Society and Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Each summer, Dr. Michael participates in medical mission trips sponsored by the Lutheran Church to provide medical care and vitamins for villages in El Salvador.
Dr. Michael has received numerous awards and recognitions including Top Doctors by Vegas Seven and Desert Companion as well as the American Cancer Society’s esteemed St. George National Award in recognition of his exceptional volunteer service for the organization.
Dr. Michael’s wife, Susan, is a registered nurse and was a professor for 20 years at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Dr. Michael has three children: Julia, Rebecca and Eric. His hobbies include spending time with his family, golf, music, movies and trivia.
MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
American Cancer Society, former Board Member
American Cancer Society of Nevada, former President
American Society of Medical Oncology
Clark County Medical Society
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, former Board Member
Nevada State Medical Association
I always look to find that ‘other’ option, no matter where my patients are in their cancer journey. I want my patients to know that we are on the journey together and they can ask me anything along the way. It is important for all my patients to know that they will not and should not suffer anywhere along the way, and that I will treat them as I would my own family.