Hematologist/Medical Oncologist Opening - Queens, NY
FACILITY: New York Cancer & Blood Specialists
ADDRESS: 1500 NY-112 Building 4
Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776
CANDIDATE TYPE: MD, DO
VISAS ACCEPTED: No J1 or H1
LOAN REPAYMENT: No
SALARY RANGE: Negotiable
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full Time
BONUS OFFERED: Quality, Relocation, Productivity
New York Cancer and Blood Specialists, a prominent and respected Oncology/Hematology group, is seeking a BE or BC Hematologist/Medical Oncologist to join a well-established and growing pure sub-specialty practice with academic affiliation. The practice manages a freestanding outpatient 7-day per week Cancer Center with extensive chemotherapy administration, Radiation Oncology, Pharmacy and Research department.
We are located throughout the New Jersey and New York Metro area with many locations on Long Island.
Principle responsibilities for this position include the clinical care of outpatient and inpatient consultations as well as treatment of cancer using chemotherapy or other medications, such as targeted therapy or immunotherapy. The ideal candidate will be board certified/board eligible and have excellent clinical training. Physicians who are currently in fellowship training are encouraged to apply.
Compensation package that includes; competitive base salary, productivity and quality incentives
Benefits Offered: Comprehensive medical/dental benefits, retirement savings plan
Malpractice coverage offered
Generous paid time off
New York Cancer and Blood Specialists, a prominent and respected Oncology/Hematology group. Our inpatient and outpatient teams include physicians, nurses, social workers and chaplains, and we work in a truly transdisciplinary manner.
WHAT WE DO
OneOncology invests in and collaborates with practices to deliver comprehensive cancer care in communities.
We invest in practices to help them grow within their local markets, diversify across multiple specialties, apply data insights and leverage technology to strengthen performance.
Over 400+ Providers, 140+ Care Sites, 167,000 Patients seen in 2019
WHY COMMUNITY ONCOLOGY
In recent years, cancer care has evolved to more frequent and long term treatment.
Advancements in technology have brought care that was formerly only available in academic institutions into the community.
Community oncology provides patients access to high-quality, cost-effective care close to home.