Our Physicians

Dina Ibrahim, M.D.
Specializing and board certified in oncology and hematology, Dr Ibrahim serves as director of medical oncology at California Cancer Center. She completed her fellowship at Wayne State University and Karmanos Cancer Center in Detroit, MI.

Dr. Ibrahim treats a wide variety of cancer and blood disorders, but is especially interested in female malignancies.  She also participates in clinical research through national organizations such as SWOG and CTSU. She is an assistant professor at UCSF Fresno campus, where she participates in teaching residents about cancer and blood disorders. Her philosophy of care emphasizes a multi-disciplinary approach requiring teamwork and the latest medical advances, plus emotional, spiritual, social, nutritional, and complimentary medical care.

Dr. Ibrahim developed a multi-disciplinary approach to treating cancer through weekly conferences. There, patient cases are reviewed and discussed with different specialists, including radiologists and radiation oncologists, to develop an integrated treatment plan. She also participates in the Lung Nodule Program, a unique service offered to patients in the Central Valley with lung nodules or lung cancer.

Douglas Wong, M.D.
Dr. Douglas Wong is board certified in internal medicine and radiation oncology. He completed both his internship and residency in internal medicine at Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center. He also completed a clinical fellowship in medical oncology at USC-Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and his radiation oncology training at Saint Mary’s Hospital of San Francisco. Beyond his medical training, Dr. Wong obtained a Ph.D. from USC and a master's degree in public health from University of California, Los Angeles.

Dr. Wong is the current medical director of the California Cancer Center and has practiced oncology at Community Medical Centers since 1988.

Brent Kane, M.D.
Dr Brent Kane is board certified in radiation oncology. He completed his internship training in internal medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, Fresno Medical Education Program, and did his residency in radiation oncology at Loma Linda University Medical Center. After completing residency, he entered the U.S. Air Force, eventually serving as chief of radiation oncology at the Air Force’s flagship hospital, Wilford Hall Medical Center.

Upon discharge in 1989, Dr. Kane came back home to Fresno to join the group of radiation oncologists at Community Regional Medical Center’s California Cancer Center.

Dr. Kane was appointed medical director of radiation oncology at California Cancer Center in 2006. Shortly thereafter, he was also appointed medical director of the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center at Clovis Community Medical Center.