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Co-Director of the Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Program (Medical Oncology)

Westwood & Wilshire
Phoenix, Arizona
Competitive base with protected administrative research time plus RVU-based bonus, competitive bonus
Closing date
Oct 1, 2022
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CO-DIRECTOR (Medical Oncology):
Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center
Phoenix, AZ
Protected research/administrative time

The Division of Cancer Medicine is actively recruiting a medical oncology breast cancer specialist to serve as Co-Director of the Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Program to join the Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center (BMDACC) in the Phoenix metropolitan area. This is a unique opportunity to lead an established, growing program in breast cancer clinical care and research activities in collaboration with a national leader in multidisciplinary cancer care, education, and discovery.

Banner Health, the largest healthcare system and employer in Arizona is ranked in the top 10 healthcare systems nationwide. As the most established partner of the MD Anderson Cancer Network®**, BMDACC is a fully integrated, clinical extension of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and brings an unprecedented level of cancer care to the greater Phoenix area with 22 subspecialties, a robust clinical trials program and has doubled in patient volumes in the last three years. 

The Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Program is an integral part of the Division of Cancer Medicine. Joining BMDA affords an opportunity to enjoy:

  • Multidisciplinary, evidence-based team approach to care with focused disease-specific expertise in the management of patients with cancer
  • Best of both worlds: practice with academically oriented colleagues in well-resourced community practice with outstanding work-life balance
  • Support to open and enroll in therapeutic clinical trials/publications in all phases, collaboration with colleagues at MD Anderson in Houston
  • Minimal call: Highly developed and resourced oncology hospitalist inpatient program
  • State-of-the-art technology for the diagnosis, staging, and treatment of all types of cancer
  • Opportunities for teaching and mentoring trainees and colleagues
  • Competitive compensation and benefits commensurate with training and experience
  • Opportunity for an adjunct faculty position at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and the University of Arizona School of Medicine


  • Board Certified/Board Eligible in Hematology/Oncology
  • Interest and experience in breast cancer care management and clinical trials productivity
  • Leadership experience and track record of growing clinical programs
  • Ability and desire to support a growing team and align with the needs of the program Not a J1 opportunity.

Kari Donovan, Managing Director
Healthcare Practice
(314) 623-1264

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