Mercy Health Physicians- Cincinnati is recruiting motivated Medical Oncologists/Hematologists to join our expanding state-of-the-art regional Cancer Center. Candidates must have outstanding interpersonal skills and a strong commitment to develop and strengthen the cancer treatment team including participation in clinical research. Board certification or eligibility required.
This is a hospital employment opportunity and there is no overhead or buy-in requirements. Mercy Health offers a highly competitive salary, sign on bonus, relocation, loan repayment benefits, up to a 2- year salary guarantee, a generous annual CME stipend, 403B with employer matching and 457 retirement plans, group disability coverage, and other benefits.
We are honored to partner with Mayfield Brain & Spine, Riverhills Neuroscience, and OHC to offer advanced and complex cancer care therapies at The Jewish Hospital—Mercy Health including access to national cooperative and vendor sponsored clinical trials. The Jewish Hospital’s legacy of teaching the next generation of physicians dates back more than 100 years and our commitment to Graduate Medical Education is a core component of the hospital’s mission. Our cancer program is proud to have been accredited by the Commission on Cancer since 1979.
Our Cancer Center offers complex cancer care at our advanced NAPBC accredited Breast Center where women receive high risk genetic counseling on site. Our Joint Commission Specialty certified Brain Tumor Center is the regional leader in neuro-oncology offering groundbreaking GammaTile® targeted brain tumor therapy. Enhanced neurological services are offered at our Gamma Knife® and Radiosurgery Center for patients with advanced brain metastasis. The Cincinnati Cancer and Cellular Therapy Center (CCCTC) is the only fully FACT accredited adult center for autologous, allogeneic and CAR-T therapy services in the region with more than 30-years of experience in blood cancer patient care delivery. The Jewish Hospital—Mercy Health’s CCCTC has also received the Joint Commission Specialty Certification for both Bone Marrow Transplant and Leukemia patient care. Our rectal cancer program has been surveyed for the esteemed National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer (NAPRC) certification. It will be one of only two programs in the state of Ohio to accomplish this prestigious designation when our certification is awarded in 2021. Our expert gastrointestinal / colon surgeons have access to the latest robotics technology to perform complex surgery resulting in shorter recovery time, better outcomes and excellent patient experience. Lung Cancer care is delivered on a multi-disciplinary level fully supported by lung nurse navigators in the region and robust tumor conference attendance to ensure quality patient outcomes.
The Jewish Hospital, Mercy Health West and Mercy Health Fairfield locations are Magnet Recognized hospitals under the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program®. Magnet recognition is the gold standard for nursing excellence and is a factor when the public judges healthcare organizations. Only a small and select group of US health care organizations have achieved Magnet recognition demonstrating delivery of superior patient care by nursing staff.