Daniel T. Milton, MD

Oncology and Hematology
Daniel T. Milton, MD

Dr. Milton was born and raised in New Jersey. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Notre Dame and then earned his Doctor of Medicine degree at Columbia University in New York. He completed his internship and residency at Northwestern University Medical Center in Chicago, where he then served as chief medical resident and instructor of medicine. Dr. Milton then completed his fellowship in medical oncology and hematology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. After completing his training, Dr. Milton practiced in the metro-Chicago area and served on faculty at the University of Chicago Medical School. Dr. Milton has participated in clinical research and has published manuscripts in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Seminars in Oncology, and Cancer. He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology and American Society of Hematology.

Jun 14th, 2024
★★★★★
Professional and personable. Diagnosis and protocols clearly and patiently explained.
Jun 5th, 2024
★★★★★
Front-office staff, technicians, and the oncologist were all highly professional, courteous & respectful. All my medical questions were answered in a clear fashion. I have visited this office several times, and was very satisfied during each appointment.
May 24th, 2024
★★★★★
He has been treating me almost 7 years. He is wonderful and takes the time to make sure that all questions are answered. Would not go to anyone else.
May 14th, 2024
★★★★
Dr.Milton was very thorough in explaining the current state of my condition. He asked many questions and offered several possible contributors that relates to diagnoses. I feel confident that he my case seriously and am confident in his abilities. Didn't feel rushed or slighted on the office visit. Only issue I have with this practice would be the extensive tardiness. Had a 10:00 A.M. appointment & received a couple of reminder text asked to arrive 15 minutes early. Sat in waiting room for 50 minutes (25 minutes with a severely compromised patient coughing & hacking away). Was the ushered to an exam room to wait additional 20 minutes. The polite nurse did the usual 2-3 minute vitals screening. I am retired & my time is not valuable to me or this practice. Dr. Milton did apologize for being extremely behind schedule. I don't like the waiting but for certain I'll take competence over promptness. This is an issue that I do not blame on Dr.Milton. It's the system.
May 3rd, 2024
★★★★★
I just had my fourth appointment with Dr. Milton. As always he continues to clearly and precisely explain all aspects of my diagnosis, test results, treatment and what to expect moving forward. He is very patient with my many questions and is professional, personable, kind and compassionate. Thank you Dr. Milton and staff. I really appreciate all of you!!!