Filix Kencana, M.D.
Medical Oncology and Hematology
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Filix Kencana, MD, is a medical oncologist and hematologist who specializes in general medical oncology. He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the American Society of Hematology. Dr. Kencana based his decision to specialize in cancer care after his family was affected by cancer. He has devoted his life to the study of the biology and science of cancer so he can provide patients with clinical information about their diagnosis and treatment options.
Dr. Kencana has great sympathy for his patients, and understands their fears and anxieties. “That’s why I explain what’s going to happen, in easy-to-understand terms about their diagnosis and treatment.”
In his free time, Dr. Kencana enjoys spending time with his wife and his extended family, playing badminton, watching sports, and reading.
Education & Training
Medical School: The Faculty of Medicine Hamburg University, Germany
Residency: Hospital University Internal Udayana, Bali, Indonesia
Residency: The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Internal Medicine, Brooklyn, NY
American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology
American Board of Internal Medicine, Hematology
He always listens and makes me feel like I matter as a patient and not just a number. – Rebecca, December 2019
Dr Kencana and the staff are extremely nice and make me feel very important when I am there. – Deborah, November 2019
My oncologist is Dr Felix. He is an amazing, compassionate man who truly cares about his patients. He listens and considers my questions and suggestions. – Linda, October 2019
I love Dr Felix. He is very caring and takes time to explain things in detail. He never lets you leave with any unanswered questions. – Kim, October 2019
I love Dr. Kencana. He is so caring and personable. – Debbie, April 2019
Dr. Filix is an amazing physician. His interaction with my mother is genuine. He values African American patients and that means a lot to me. As a social worker, I pay close attention to how doctors engage black patients. He often hugs my mother and offers words of encouragement. – Ida, April 2019