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Sara Keck, MD
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Sara Keck, MD

(707) 528-1050
Primary Specialties
  • Oncology - Medical
  • Hematology-Oncology
Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • St. Joseph Health Medical Group

Primary Office

St. Joseph Health Medical Group
3555 Round Barn Cir.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 528-1050
(707) 525-3874

Physician Bio

Dr. Sara Keck received her medical degree from New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York, and then returned to California to complete her Internal Medicine residency at UCSF. She stayed at UCSF for a fellowship in Hematology/Oncology and spent part of her fellowship training with some of the country's best leaders in breast cancer management. Dr. Keck chose oncology because of the opportunity it offers to make connections with patients on deeper levels that can impact their whole well-being. She has received several honors and has published many papers on oncology topics.


  • College:
    Duke University - Durham, NC
  • College:
    Cum Laude
  • Medical School:
    New York Medical College- Valhalla , NY
  • Fellowship:
    Hematology/Oncology- University of California- San Francisco - San Francisco, CA
  • Board Certified in Oncology - Medical


Dr. Keck is also a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, American Medical Association, American Society of CIinical Oncology and American Medical Women's Association.


Excellence in Teaching Award, UCSF (awarded to outstanding teacher among hematology/oncology fellows by the Department of Medicine); Samuel Spiegel, M,D, Memorial Award (for scholastic record and clinical skills); Maurice M. Black, M,D, Memorial Award (for achievement in Pathology/Pathophysiology); American Medical Women's Association Glasgow.Rubin Achievement Award; Cor Et Manus Award of Distinction (for community service); Alumni Association Scholarship; Alpha Omega Alpha, chapter president; Medical Jeopardy Competition; Johanna p. Hagedoom, Ph.D, Award (for achievement in basic sciences); Graduation with Distinction based on honors thesis; Howard Hughes Fellowship for Undergraduate Research in Biology