Tami L. Bach, M.D., Ph.D., is Board Certified in both Hematology and Oncology. Dr. Bach graduated cum laude from Villanova University with a major in Biology. She earned a Ph.D. in Molecular Pharmacology and Structural Biology from Thomas Jefferson University, and an M.D. from Jefferson Medical College in 1998 as a Dunglison Scholar. The post-graduate training of Dr. Bach included an Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and a Hematology-Oncology Fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Bach served as a former director of the Penn Comprehensive Hemophilia Program and continues to serve part-time as Clinical Assistant Professor at the Penn Blood Disorders Center where she directs a transition clinic for Penn Hemophilia, which she started in Woodbury Heights, NJ.
The primary focus of Dr. Bach since 2007 has been in serving the community in practice at The Minniti Center for Medical Oncology and Hematology. Her practice services the new Inspira Network in Mullica Hill, Elmer, and Vineland. She is a member of the Cancer Committee at Inspira Hospital, and she participates in activities through the American Cancer Society. Together with Dr. Carl J. Minniti, Sr., Dr. Carl J, Minniti, Jr, and the excellent staff of the Minniti Center, Dr. Bach has
integrated her skills of basic science research and knowledge of translational research into dedicated clinical care in the field of Hematology-Oncology. Dr. Bach has been recognized in Philadelphia, South Jersey Magazine, and SJ Magazine as a “Top Doc” in her field. She has also been selected as a “Reader’s Choice” Top Doc on numerous occasions.
The Minniti Center has enabled Dr. Bach to focus clinical care on the biology of cancer and apply that knowledge to the implementation of cancer treatment and prevention strategies that together with Drs. Minniti Sr. and Jr., are nationally recognized, and most importantly reduce cancer incidence and progression while improving the quality of the lives of those affected by cancer.