US Cancer Management Corporation’s South Sacramento Cancer Center (SSCC) is currently seeking a Radiation Oncologist to join an existing free-standing radiation oncology department, located in the CA state capital, Sacramento.
Preferences and Requirements:
The ideal candidate will have post-residency clinical experience in Radiation Oncology, experience in practice building, experience in SRS and SBRT treatment modalities, and excellent interpersonal skills providing the ability to work closely with other team members and physicians in the community. A CA medical license is required prior to the start of employment.
Facility and Equipment:
South Sacramento Cancer Center (SSCC) is a stand-alone, above-ground private facility that provides state-of-the art external-beam radiation therapy services including VMAT (RapidArc), IGRT and conventional 2D and 3D planning using v13 of Eclipse and ARIA record and verify. Two full-time Radiation Oncologists treat on average 35-45 patients per day utilizing Varian trueBEAM and Varian iX accelerators equipped with RapidArc, OBI and portal vision. Computed tomography (CT) simulations are performed using our dedicated in-house GE 580RT large bore system installed in 2016. Progressive décor, floor-to-ceiling windows, home lighting and a friendly staff are just a part of a patient-oriented contemporary approach to cancer care at SSCC.
Learn more at www.uscmc.com.
Sacramento is located at the convergence of the Sacramento River and the American River in the northern portion of California's Central Valley. Its estimated 2018 population of 501,334 makes it the sixth largest city in California and the fastest-growing big city in the golden state. The city of Sacramento is considered the cultural and economic core of the Sacramento metropolitan area, which includes seven counties with a population of approximately 2,414,783. Its metropolitan area is the fifth largest in California and the 27th largest in the United States offering activities for all interests year round including museums, professional sports teams, expansive biking and hiking paths, white water rafting and access to outdoor winter / snow and summer sports in the Sierra Nevada Mountains (1.5 hours east) , the Sonoma County wine country (1.5 hours west), and Northern California coast line / Bodega Bay (2.5 hours west).
Today, the city is known for its diversity (named “America’s Most Diverse City” by Time magazine), tree canopy (largest in the US), historic Old Sacramento, sunny climate, state administration, and farm to table dining.
Successful candidates can expect a competitive compensation package.
Internal Number: 3001
About US Cancer Management Corporation
US Cancer Management Corporation is a healthcare management company currently operating freestanding Radiation Oncology Cancer Treatment centers and Electronic Brachytherapy practices in Northern California. Since 2000 USCMC has developed and operated the Rohnert Park Cancer Center, Fresno Cancer Center and South Sacramento Cancer Center. Operationally USCMC directly manages all facilities, equipment including in-house bioengineering, information technology with in-house software development teams, billing and documentation, as well as clinical staff including radiation oncologists, physicists, dosimetrists, therapists, nurses, medical assistants, and front office staff. Each center within USCMC’s network delivers university level care with cutting edge technology including stereotactic body radiotherapy, intensity-modulated radiation therapy, image guided radiation therapy, 3D conformal radiation therapy, CT scanning, and extensive clinical trials involvement / expertise. It is USCMC’s continued desire to offer the highest level of care, with the most up to date technology within all communities we are currently present.