Clinical-StaffMeet-our-Directors

The health professionals at The Cancer Centre Bahamas work to provide you with the most thorough information on your diagnosis, your treatment options and how to move forward.

Cancer treatment has come a long way, and we are dedicated to providing you with the best available and presenting it to you with proficiency and compassion.

Managing Director
Hon. Prof. Dr. Arthur Porter
PC, MD, MBA, FACR, FACRO, FAAMA

samplepicDr. Porter serves as managing director of The Cancer Centre and director of radiation oncology. He is also the current CEO of McGill University Health Centre and the former CEO of the Detroit Medical Center. A leading authority on Prostate Cancer and Radiation Therapy, Dr. Porter has been named one of the Best Doctors in America for eight consecutive years. He is a graduate of the Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine in Cambridge, England, and holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee and certificates in medical management from Harvard University.

Dr. Porter is the author of over 300 research articles, has served as an advisor to the World Health Organisation, has been a member of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Western Ontario and Chief of the Gershenson Radiation Oncology Centre at Harper Hospital and Radiation Oncologist-in-chief at the Detroit Medical Center. In The Bahamas, Dr. Porter leads an impressive team of professionals from around the world, which includes Medical & Radiation Oncologists, Physicists, Dosimetrists and Therapists.


Dr BrownFounder, President and CEO
Dr. Conville Brown, MD, MBBS, FACC

The Medical Pavilion Bahamas and its related centres are headed by Dr. Conville S. Brown. Following fellowships at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Newark Beth Israel Medical Centre, he returned to The Bahamas as the youngest qualified Internist and Cardiologist in the Caribbean in 1990. In 1991, Dr. Brown was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Cardiovascular Disease. In March 1994, he was the first Bahamian to be inducted as a Fellow of The American College of Cardiology (FACC), and third from the Caribbean. He is a frequent speaker and contributor to health and heart conferences, and the immediate past President of The Caribbean Cardiac Society.