Seeking a BC/BE hematologist/oncologist with interest in hematologic malignancies/cellular therapy to join a growing program in central Tennessee.
The successful candidate will be a fellowship trained hematologist/oncologist with experience in caring for patients with hematologic malignancies, evaluating patients for cellular therapies, and managing the sequelae of these products. The candidate will join five physicians, located in Nashville, who are focused on hematologic malignancies and cellular therapy. Fellows nearing the end of their training and early/mid-career physicians are encouraged to apply. Administrative experience with FACT/regulatory accreditation is preferred but not required.
Our program is affiliated with a committed, national hospital system who is a regional leader in several specialties and has prioritized cancer care as an important component of its strategic vision. The inpatient service is supported by a dedicated group of advanced practice providers (APPs) and 24-hour hospitalist coverage. Overnight call is provided by APP/hospitalists/oncology group and weekend coverage is limited.
About the Employer:
Tennessee Oncology (TO) is a collaborative, physician-owned practice that employs >100 physicians across central Tennessee, Chattanooga, and surrounding areas. Our catchment basin covers the majority of Tennessee as well as parts of southern Kentucky and northern Georgia. Tennessee Oncology is a leader in the development of innovative new therapies, treatment strategies, cost reimbursement, and efficiency models that have been recognized by national organizations, federal and state regulators, and third-party payors. These initiatives provide opportunities for physicians and staff to continue to advance the field of hematology and oncology.
Our multi-disciplinary approach to cancer care includes genetic counselors, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and hematopathologists. Our position as one of the founding group members and partners of One Oncology offers interested physicians further exciting avenues of medical science research, explorations and administrative opportunities on both local and more national basis. We provide a competitive salary with benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement savings. Physicians are eligible to become partners after three years.
About the Area:
Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, is vibrant, growing city in central Tennessee that is home to three major professional sports teams, numerous colleges and universities, strong school systems, and a major center for healthcare, publishing, banking, automotive, and technology. Nashville is home to 12 Fortune 500 companies (five of are headquartered here) and is well-known for its music, hospitality, and food options and is home to nationally recognized places such as the Grand ole opry, Ryman auditorium, and the world-famous County Music hall of fame and museum.