Cleveland Clinic Florida - Medical Director, Radiation Oncology

Location
Stuart, Florida, US
Posted
Sep 27, 2021
Ref
665592
Position Type
Permanent
Cleveland Clinic Floridas Cancer Institute is currently seeking a dynamic, board certified/board eligible radiation oncologist to join our team in our state-of-the-art, Robert & Carol Weissman Cancer Center in Stuart, Florida. The ideal candidate will provide exceptional patient-centered care by embracing our core values of teamwork, service, innovation, quality, integrity, and compassion. Radiation oncology is located on the 1 st floor of the Robert & Carol Weissman Cancer Center. Our innovative technology includes a Varian TrueBeam, Novalis, HDR Gamma Med, GE CT simulator, Varian software solutions, and ICAD Xoft IORT.

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health has served Floridas Treasure Coast region for 80 years. It joined the Cleveland Clinic health system in January 2019. Cleveland Clinic Martin Health is comprised of three hospitals and offers a continuum of care including preventive, primary and acute hospital care, as well as cancer and cardiac care, wellness and rehabilitation services. Its approximately 4,500 caregivers, 600 affiliated physicians and more than 850 volunteers provide care at 13 different locations in Martin and St. Lucie counties. Situated on Floridas beautiful southeast coast, Cleveland Clinic Martin Health is located two hours north of Miami and two hours south of Orlando and boasts one of the best school systems in Florida. Lined with some of the most pristine beaches in the world, the Martin County is perfectly suited for the physician who is looking to settle into a truly special, family-oriented and relaxing community while working within a world class health system. Deep sea and inland fishing, boating, golfing, outdoor and water activities abound year-round.

Cleveland Clinic Florida is an integral part of Cleveland Clinic Ohio, ranked #2 overall in the US News & World Reports ranking of Best Hospitals 2020-2021. The Department of Radiation Oncology has twelve radiation oncology centers, eight in northeast Ohio and four in South Florida. The Department of Radiation Oncology in Ohio has outstanding radiation oncology residency and fellowship programs, an accredited dosimetry school, and CAMPEP accredited medical physics residency program, and is very active in clinical research.

Interested candidates, please submit CV and cover letter with your application.