Jonathan Swerdloff, MD cares for patients with all types of cancer, as well as both benign and malignant blood disorders. He focuses on delivering cutting-edge care that's tailored to each patient's unique circumstances and preferences.
Dr. Swerdloff is proud to serve Nampa and the broader community of southwest Idaho, eastern Oregon, and northern Nevada. He often has the honor of caring for multiple members of the same family and particularly enjoys the relationships he's built with other local health care physicians and professionals. He is committed to supporting the next generation of oncology providers and frequently mentors medical students and residents.
Dr. Swerdloff earned his medical degree from UCLA School of Medicine after receiving his bachelor’s degree from Stanford University. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the University of Washington, followed by a fellowship in hematology and oncology at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center where he received the American Association of Cancer Research Award. During fellowship, his clinical and research interests focused on melanoma and renal cell cancer. Today, Dr. Swerdloff is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, an honor signifying a lasting commitment to professionalism, leadership, scholarship, research, and community service. He is also a member of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
During college, Dr. Swerdloff competed on the National Water Polo Team. In his free time, he continues to enjoy swimming and time outdoors with his family.