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GYN/ONC Opportunity in the Rocky Mountains

Billings, Montana
Closing date
May 8, 2024

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Full Time
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Billings Clinic is seeking BE/BC Gynecologic Oncologists to join our team at our comprehensive Cancer Center within Montana s largest independent health system serving Montana, Wyoming, and the western Dakotas.

  • Innovative, physician-led, professionally managed practice
  • Advanced care includes HIPEC
  • Specialized Inpatient Cancer Care Unit
  • Generous sign on, loan repayment, compensation, benefits, and relocation
  • Research focus: ~18% of patients on clinical and biospecimen trials annually (Phase 1-4)
  • Only autologous Stem Cell Transplant Program in the region
  • Full support of cancer services with multidisciplinary team surgical and treatment navigators, ERAS, integrative medicine, PT/OT, data managers, dietary, supportive therapies all under one roof
  • QOPI, CoC, FACT, CIBMTR, NAPBC and ACR-certified
  • Welcomes New Grads and Visa Candidates Proven track record securing waivers
  • Billings Clinic is a Montana-based, not-for-profit organization led by a physician CEO
  • #1 hospital in Montana US News & World Report 2023-24
  • Region s tertiary referral center with 80+ specialties
  • Member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network since 2013
  • "A" Grade for Hospital Safety Leapfrog Fall 2022
  • Magnet recognized for Nursing Excellence since 2006
  • CMS 5-Star Quality Rating in 2022
  • Montana named #1 Best State to Practice Medicine WalletHub
  • Billings named in the Top 100 Best Places to Live in America Livability

Nestled in the Yellowstone Valley, Billings is a family-friendly college community with epic hiking, biking, skiing, fly fishing, and kayaking minutes from town. With four seasons of sunshine, an international airport, and a growing reputation as a foodie s paradise, Billings is a great place to call home.

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