FACULTY POSITION, DIVISION OF CANCER MEDICINE, HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY HOSPITALIST
The Division of Cancer Medicine at Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center is seeking a fellowship trained hematology oncology specialist to join our distinguished cancer medicine faculty and provide a daily inpatient and consultative services for our downtown campus, Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville. Baptist MD Anderson brings an unprecedented level of oncology care to Northeast Florida and provides physicians an appealing blend of community focused patient care and the benefit of an academic-oriented model. Baptist Health is proud to be the regions’ most preferred healthcare provider, one of only seven unique health systems in the United States chosen to replicate MD Anderson Cancer Center’s multidisciplinary and proven model of care, and the Southeast patient care hub for MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of MD Anderson. Baptist MD Anderson unveiled a brand-new, 330,000 square foot patient-centered, state-of-the-art facility dedicated solely to the full spectrum of oncology care.
We are recruiting faculty with a preference for those who have experience with and an interest in developing a dedicated inpatient unit. The position will be eligible for an academic appointment with MD Anderson Cancer Center. The position will be responsible for inpatient attending duties on Baptist MD Anderson patients with a 7 on 7 off schedule with advanced practice practitioner support. The position will provide hematology oncology consultative service to the hospital and share a rotation of call along with another medical oncology hospitalist physician.
Successful candidates will be board-certified in Internal Medicine with subspecialty certification/eligibility in Hematology and Medical Oncology, including a distinguished record of clinical and academic accomplishment and possess the skills and experience necessary to establish and maintain transitions of care, communication, support growing complex inpatient service and prepare for cellular therapy service. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a commitment to patient-centered multidisciplinary oncology care including participation in quality management and research programs sufficient to earn an academic appointment at MD Anderson in Houston.
Northeast Florida is alive with miles of beaches and waterways, professional sports teams, a strong economy, championship golf courses, exceptionally diverse cultural and recreational opportunities and abundant natural resources. The area serves as home to some of the best cost of living and quality of life experiences that the Sunshine State has to offer.
Baptist MD Anderson is an equal opportunity employer who recognizes the value which evolves from a diverse faculty. Interested candidates should submit their CV and a letter describing their clinical and academic interests to:
Edward Gorak, DO, MBA, MS, FACP
Head, Division of Cancer Medicine
Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center