Are you a dynamic oncologist looking for your next opportunity with a fast-growing, physician-owned company? Dayton Physicians Network is looking to add a Radiation Oncologist to our multi-specialty group practice!
The Physician, Radiation Oncologist, specializes in diagnosing and treating cancer and are responsible for the management of patients who require radiation therapy. The Radiation Oncologist is responsible for verification and documentation of the accuracy of treatment delivery in accordance with the initial treatment planning and setup parameters. Collaborating with a cancer treatment team composed of a variety of healthcare professionals, they work together to provide comprehensive treatment for cancer patients in support of our vision and mission.
Why work for Dayton Physician’s?
Competitive salary and benefits package
Large internal referral base
Excellent payer mix
DPN Core Value Expectations:
The CARES model reflects the principles that guide our day-to-day behaviors; our decisions, our actions, and our relationships with each other and with the patients and families we serve. All DPN employees are expected to embrace and demonstrate the following:
COMPASSION: we show compassion for others
ACCOUNTABILITY we hold ourselves accountable for our actions
RESPECT: we show respect for others
EXCELLENCE: we strive for excellence in all that we do
SERVICE: we provide outstanding service to our patients, team members and community.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Understand how to use all necessary medical equipment, and know sanitation and sterilization techniques;
Interview patients to determine their complaints and symptoms, discern their overall condition, and learn their medical history;
Conduct assessments and diagnostic tests to determine the cause of the symptoms;
Determine treatment methods, and discuss with patients the potential benefits and risks;
Schedule time, space, and staff for surgery and other procedures;
Line up equipment and supplies for operations;
Conduct surgical procedures and other treatments in accordance with accepted methods;
Consult with patients following operations and treatments, and recommend postoperative care;
Create and maintain patient records;
Obtain continuing education in the field.
Required Education and/ or Experience:
A Physician, Radiation Oncologist must complete an extensive education that consists of an undergraduate degree, medical school, residency and fellowship:
4-year bachelor’s degree
4-year medical school program
5 additional years of residency program
Must be licensed to practice within the State of Ohio
Collaborate with other provider’s and specialists
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About Dayton Physicians Network
Dayton Physician’s Network (DPN) provides comprehensive and compassionate oncology and urology care to men and women, with nearly 400 employees, at several convenient locations in the Greater Dayton area.Our physicians specialize in providing cutting-edge, patient-centered oncology and urology services to the Miami Valley. We pride ourselves in excellent cancer care, urologic care and radiation oncology at each of our locations and offer attentive support and resources that include imaging and pathology, patient education, prescription services, social services, research and clinical trials, and financial consulting.