Dr. Gebhardt received his medical degree from the University of Georgia
and recently finished his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical
Center. He decided to become a physician so he could make a positive impact
on his patients and the community. “I have personally seen the impact
cancer can have on a person and their family,” he said. “
The specialty of radiation oncology allows me to utilize the latest technology
while caring for my patients during a very difficult time in their lives.
Dr. Gebhardt chose to practice at Good Samaritan because he loved the
feeling of community and the availability of providing his patients with
the latest cutting edge treatments. He and his wife, Ana, reside in Vincennes.
In his free time, Dr. Gebhardt enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling,
exercising, cooking and watching Georgia football.