Dr. Harvey Greenberg

Harvey Greenberg, M.D., graduated from the University of Chicago with a BS Degree in Pharmacology in 1968 and received his medical degree (cum laude) from the University of Pittsburgh in 1972.

Dr. Greenburg completed his internship and residency program in internal medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Hospitals. Dr Greenberg did clinical and research fellowships at Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Hospital, then taught at Harvard Medical School before studying radiation oncology at Harvard’s Joint Center for Radiation Therapy.

Dr. Greenberg served as Co-Director of Tampa General Hospital’s Department of Radiation Oncology from 1981-1986, Director of Radiation Therapy at James A. Haley Veterans Administration Hospital from 1987-2000 and Director of Radiation Oncology at the University of South Florida and H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute from 1986-2007.

CyberKnife Cancer Care

The CyberKnife Centers of Tampa Bay are outpatient cancer treatment facilities dedicated to providing image-guided radiosurgery using the CyberKnife System. CyberKnife offers new hope for the treatment of tumors and lesions - including brain cancer, head and neck cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, metastases, cancer of the pancreas, prostate cancer, and spinal tumors.

Accurate Cancer Treatment

CyberKnife can treat benign tumors and many types of cancer, including, brain, head and neck, liver, lung, pancreatic, and prostate cancer, metastases, and spinal tumors.

Robotic Cancer Surgery

The CyberKnife System uses image-guided robotics to precisely destroy cancer tumors and other lesions. This precision spares normal, healthy tissue, while the higher dosage offers improved chances for cure from cancer. The CyberKnife can treat inoperable and hard to reach cancerous tumors.

We Accept Most Insurance Carriers



We work to obtain pre-authorization with all insurance companies.