Gino Bottino, MD
Dr. Bottino is an experienced hematologist/oncologist who has been in practice for decades. He graduated from New York Medical College in 1977. He did his Internal Medicine Residency at the Albert Einstein Montefiore Medical Center, as well as a Fellowship in Hematology there, and a Medical Oncology Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center.
Dr. Bottino taught at New York Medical College for 25 years, and before that at NYU. He received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in teaching at New York Medical College. He is well known for his high level of care for his patients; in 2012 he received the Bishop’s Award for Compassionate Care.
He practiced at the Northern Westchester Hospital for 38 years after having left the National Cancer Institute as a researcher. He practiced with Hudson Valley Hematology for almost six years, and spent time in Arizona with the Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation.
In 2020, he joined ECHO Associates, where he diagnoses and treats patients with blood-related disorders, malignancies, and cancers. He treats a range of conditions, from the very common to the very rare and complex.
Dr. Bottino is an active and caring member of his community. He frequently gives talks to community associations and at events. As a board member of the American Cancer Society, he attends events and has been interviewed on TV.
He is a member of the National Medical Honor Society Alpha Omega Alpha and graduated at the top of his class in medical school, receiving the New York State Surgical Society award for graduating first in the state for surgery.
Dr. Bottino has published many medical papers and continues to do research in both hematology and oncology, carrying on in research since his days at the National Cancer Institute.
He is also an avid sailor since the age of 10 and has won many inshore and offshore races. Having a series of boats named Raven, which are well known throughout the USA, he continues to sail as a registered US Sailing Athlete.