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Medical Oncology Opportunity

Trinity Health
Maywood, Illinois
Closing date
May 15, 2025

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Full Time
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Loyola University Chicago (LUC) Stritch School of Medicine and the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center are seeking a fellowship trained, Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Oncologist to join the Division of Hematology/Oncology located in Maywood, Illinois.

The ideal candidate will have a professional interest and training in the treatment of adult GI and hepatic cancers and demonstrate the ability to conduct clinical research associated with these diseases.

Responsibilities include inpatient and outpatient care at Loyola University Medical Center and active participation in our weekly Multidisciplinary GI clinics.

The successful candidate will actively participate in clinical and translational research associated with GI and hepatic cancers and contribute to a robust menu of clinical treatment options including dendritic cellular therapy trials for patients. Teaching responsibilities will include fellows, residents and medical students as assigned.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right Medical Oncology physician to join Loyola University Medical Center.


Loyola University Medical Center offers an excellent compensation commensurate with professional experience and benefits package for the right candidate.

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