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Physician of Medical Oncology

Highlands Oncology Group
Mountain Home, Arkansas
Up to $400,000 per year plus benefits
Closing date
Aug 27, 2024

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Highlands Oncology began in 1996 with three physicians and a desire to change the face of oncology care in our community.  Dr. Malcolm Hayward, Dr. Dan Bradford, and Dr. Thad Beck knew that patients do better at home, in the community where they live and work, and where their support system is already in place. In furthering that goal, Highlands has grown with the region from a single location 26 years ago, to 6 locations in Northwest and Northcentral Arkansas today employing more than 700 diverse team members.

As Northwest and Northcentral Arkansas continues to grow, so must the services and providers available in the region.  Highlands Oncology is committed to remaining on the cutting edge to ensure our community has access to the very best cancer care.  What we have is something quite unique right here in our own backyard with a caring multidisciplinary team focused on treating patients as family.

Summary of Job duties:

  • Examines, diagnoses, and treats disorders and diseases related to various types of cancer and blood disease.
  • Consults with referring physicians.
  • Collaborate on cases with partner physicians as needed.
  • Recommends, orders, and performs diagnostic tests to determine extent of illness or help diagnose condition.
  • After determining the stage of the cancer and a prognosis, develop a treatment plan for their patients, including chemotherapy and other medications.
  • Monitors the patient and frequently performs evaluations and testing throughout treatment to examine the efficacy of the medication or medical procedures.
  • Responsibilities include regularly seeing patients in the office and at the hospital four to five days a week, as well as taking call after normal office hours, including weekends and holidays, on a rotational basis.
  • Includes supervision of nurses and may include supervision of nurse practitioners or physician assistants and clinic administrator.
  • Comply with all federal and state laws and regulations related to providing healthcare services.
  • Meet with other physician owners and administrator on a regular basis, generally monthly, to discuss business issues of the practice.
  • Must complete minimum number (40) of continuing medical education hours per year.
  • Further expectations and information may be found in the employment contract and in Highlands Oncology Group, PA policies and procedures.

Knowledge & Skills Required:

  • Requires a degree in medicine from an accredited school and is licensed to practice.
  • Also requires an additional 2-4 years of oncology fellowship training and current board certification.
  • Familiarity with latest standard of care concepts, practices, and procedures within oncology.
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

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