Radiation Oncology Opportunity in Ames, Iowa

Mountain Medical Group
Ames, Iowa
Closing date
May 1, 2024

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Full Time
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McFarland Clinic is seeking a BE/BC Radiation Oncologist to join our growing Cancer Care Team at our comprehensive Cancer Center in Ames, Iowa within Iowa s largest physician-owned, multi-specialty clinic.

  • Collegial team eager to welcome a new team member
  • Accredited department and cancer centers
  • LINAC with TrueBeam Technology
  • HDR Brachytherapy
  • Radiopharmaceuticals including Xofigo, Pluvicto, Quadramet, and Lutathera
  • Weekly tumor boards
  • Exceptional work-life balance
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package
  • Large, established referral network
  • McFarland Clinic is physician owned and governed
  • Affiliated with Baldrige and Magnet-recognized hospital
  • Iowa is one of the least litigious states in the country
  • Iowa ranks in the Top 10 Best States to Practice Medicine WalletHub

Ames, Iowa is a family-friendly university town with a true sense of community, excellent schools, and a lower cost of living. Home to Iowa State University, Ames is consistently named one of the Best College Towns by Livability. Ames offers the cultural, recreational, and entertainment amenities of a big city while maintaining small-town charm. Ames is a great place to call home.

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