Tri-City Oncology and Johnston Memorial Hospital a Ballad Health hospital, is seeking a board certified or board eligible radiation oncologist to join our team. This hospital based community practice offers:
-Varian TrueBeam, Millennium MLCs, VisionRT
-Established referral base
-Medical Oncology conveniently located in the same facility
-Four nurse navigators, nutrition, and speech on site
-Siemens CT simulator with 4D and gating
The optimal candidate will require competence in standard techniques of 3d/IMRT and Lung SBRT. Experience with Eclipse/Aria and EPIC is preferred.
Position offers excellent quality of life with:
-4.5 days of practice
-18-23 patients under treatment, and 1:2 shared call that is rarely utilized
-Long-term, career opportunity
Immediate corporate profit sharing (partnership pay) with benefits.
Abingdon is a charming, historic town located within the Appalachian Highlands that showcases the Blue Ridge Mountains. Downtown Abingdon features many fine dining options, bakeries, cafes, boutiques, and shops. The 34-mile-long Virginia Creeper National Recreation Trail runs through the town, and nearby South Holston Lake offers outstanding fishing and boating. Abingdon is also home to Barter Theatre, the nation’s longest running professional theatre. Residents enjoy almost limitless outdoor activities, excellent local schools, an active fine arts scene, along with close proximity to the Tri-Cities (Bristol, Kingsport, and Johnson City).
Interested applicants should send CVs:
Patty Turner – Director – Physician Recruitment – Patty.Turner@BalladHealth.org or call 423-230-8506
Qualifications: Applicants must have an MD/DO and be eligible to obtain an unrestricted Virginia medical license. Candidates must have completed an accredited radiation oncology program, be board certified/board eligible in radiation oncology, and possess a commitment to patient service and quality care. No J-1 Visas please.
Internal Number: 901580
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