Ascension Texas and UT Austin are recruiting for two Hematologist/Oncologists at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank on a Clinical Educator track with the Department of Oncology. The UT Hematology-Oncology fellowship program started in 2021 and the Ascension faculty practice is expanding.
The position offers the perfect mix of clinical practice, teaching, and clinical research. You will be a part of an exciting new medical school and fellowship program with a vision for caring for the underserved, while laying the groundwork for a premier new cancer center. Salary is very competitive and will be determined based on extent of clinical effort.
Faculty will see patients in clinic 3 - 4 days per week and attend on the consult service 2 - 3 months per year. Inpatient responsibilities will include general hematology & oncology consultations, and clinic will be a mixture of multi-disciplinary subspecialty focus and supervision of the fellows’ general continuity clinic. A commitment to mentoring trainees, strong interpersonal skills, and a desire to work with underserved populations will be essential.
The Dell Medical School at UT Austin opened in 2016 in collaboration with Ascension Texas as the primary teaching partner. This dynamic program is committed to excellence and value-based care, along with a deep commitment to improving the health of the Austin community. Candidates will be placed on an appropriate rank with a full faculty appointment on a clinical educator track with UT Austin in the Department of Oncology.
Applicants must be board certified in Internal Medicine and board certified or eligible in Medical Oncology and Hematology. Candidates with interest in breast medical oncology and benign and malignant hematology are particularly needed, as well as thoracic, genitourinary, and melanoma interests.