Arizona Oncology is looking to hire a part-time Radiation Oncologist for its Prescott Valley location. This site currently includes three full time Hematologists/Oncologists; and the candidate would join our current Radiation Oncologist to support a growing practice. At this site, we treat with conventional, IMRT, and SBRT. We have a CT scanner for the simulations. We use Eclipse for our treatment planning. We have one physicist, one dosimetrist, and 4 therapists on site. We are in the process of building a new 20,000 sq ft cancer center where Radiation will move into in 2024 with a new Varian Vital Beam and new GE PET/CT unit. Arizona Oncology is one of the largest cancer care organizations in the state of Arizona with locations in Prescott Valley, Flagstaff, Phoenix and Tucson. Our comprehensive approach enables patients to receive cutting-edge care in a community setting without having to fight through an often confusing hospital or academic environment.
Prescott is less than two hours north of Phoenix for weekend visits to a major metro area, and an hour and a half from Flagstaff for those who want to ski during the winter months. Prescott itself is home to Granite Mountain along with countless hiking trails and natural lakes. The original capital of the Arizona Territory, Prescott is a vacation destination for old West history enthusiasts, as it was the home at one time to Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. The charming downtown square looks like something out of a movie set boasting great restaurants and museums.
Arizona Oncology is a member of the US Oncology Network, the largest managed network of community-based cancer centers in the United States. This position offers a strong salary and a full suite of benefits.
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About The US Oncology Network
Supported by McKesson, The US Oncology Network is the nation’s premier oncology services company, increasing patient access to safe, high-quality cancer care. Working closely with physicians, manufacturers, and payers, we develop innovative new approaches to confronting cancer, increasing the effectiveness of care, and ensuring a better patient experience.
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.
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