Multidisciplinary Cancer Center in Indiana seeks Subspecialized Medical Oncologist(s)
Multispecialty Tertiary Care via Collaborative teams. Advanced technology. Unwavering support awaits you!
There is a rewarding opportunity for several Board Eligible/Board Certified Medical Oncologists to join the Parkview Health team and play an essential role in our vision to be the best Regional Cancer Program in the country. Our recruited physicians will have the opportunity to work in a new, 200,000 square foot state of the art cancer institute. Attached to a tertiary regional medical center, our new, state-of-the-art facility opened its doors in June 2018. Parkview Cancer Institute serves the oncology needs for the Parkview health system a 2 billion-dollar not-for-profit, multihospital entity with oncology cases coming to the institute for specialty cancer care.
We have a novel clinical model which allows for disease site based management. We combined our specialists into clinics based on diseases and wrapped the treatments in concierge level care with world class supportive services.
Our new institute enhances clinical care by incorporating a multidisciplinary approach to care involving medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgical subspecialties and other specialties. We also have a robust research infrastructure and teaching opportunities. The cancer institute serves as a tertiary care referral center, and there is opportunity for faculty involvement as well if there is interest by the physician. Connections to industry for trials and opportunities for cooperative and investigator initiated research if there is an interest. We have had approximately 8% of patients on trial. All patients are reviewed at Tumor board, and supported by a robust navigation and supportive care infrastructure.
The clinical model involves working in multi-specialty tumor site teams, and predominantly outpatient practice with limited call at a single tertiary hospital.
Our physician-led institute, serving a northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio population, will empower our patients and their families to get multi-disciplinary treatment they desire in one single location. We have subspecialty medical oncology opportunities for benign & malignant hematology, GI, and GYN. Other subspecialty interest areas are welcomed to apply as we may be able to incorporate new candidates if they are a correct fit. We have had the opportunity to be highly selective. We are looking for physicians who area focused on high quality subspecialized patient care and can become regional experts.
As an employed physician of Parkview Health, you may receive an excellent salary package beyond other tertiary centers. The benefit program provides a comprehensive array of benefits and services to employed physicians, including, but not limited to, highly competitive salaries plus annual incentive compensation opportunity, commencement bonus, student loan assistance up to $150k, paid relocation, paid malpractice insurance, match retirement contribution plan, flexible spending accounts, health insurance, life insurance, long and short term disability, dues, licensure & memberships, annual physician allowance (for CME s and other qualified expenses) as well as many other non-traditional benefits.