Urology of Indiana is seeking a Radiation Oncologist to join its highly successful specialty group. Urology of Indiana is comprised of over 40 providers including 30 Urologists, 4 Urogynecologists and a growing number of Advanced Practice Providers. We see patients in 16 clinical locations and offer two Centers for Prostate Cancer. The group is one of the Midwest’s largest and most well-known urologic practices.
This physician will work at the two Prostate sites in North and South Indianapolis. It offers IMRT/IGRT/Xofigo, works with Aria EHR, Eclipse treatment planning software, 5 radiations therapists, 1 physicist, off site dosimetry, a nurse navigator and 2 RN’s.
Urology of Indiana offers its patients the ability to seek care close to home while also providing streamlined access to state-of-the-art laboratory, radiation and imaging services.
Urology of Indiana’s offices are located in and around Indianapolis, Indiana. The Indianapolis metropolitan area boasts a low cost of living and excellent public and private schools. It also offers local access to multiple cultural activities including music, film, performing arts, museums and monuments. Indianapolis is home to the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Pacers and several other professional and amateur sports teams.
Indiana is ranked as one of the nation’s top three physician friendly states by Medical Economics.
Urologist Position Overview
Specifics of the position include:
Competitive salary and benefits package
Joint venture investment opportunities
Access to advanced medical technologies and treatment options
Opportunity to assume an existing patient base
Limited call schedule
M.D. or equivalent degree
Board Certification in Radiation Oncology
The ability to obtain and maintain an Indiana Medical License
The ability to obtain and maintain medical staff privileges at Urology of Indiana covered facilities
Internal Number: 111
About The US Oncology Network
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Because US Oncology has emerged as one of the nation’s largest cancer treatment and research networks, we can attack complex issues that require a broad scope, such as evidence-based medicine standards, drug safety protocols, and new approaches to managing costs. Our wide reach also helps ensure that patients everywhere in small towns as well as major cities can receive advanced, comprehensive care close to home.
Indiana University Department of Radiation Oncology
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