Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center located in Northeast Florida is actively seeking an experienced Benign Hematologist to join our distinguished cancer medicine faculty. This position will support our growing benign hematology program and cellular therapy program. Baptist MD Anderson brings an unprecedented level of oncology care to Northeast Florida and provides physicians an appealing blend of focused patient care and the benefit of an academic-oriented model. Baptist Health is proud to be the region’s 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.
The successful candidate will
- Have a minimum of three years’ experience in benign hematology. Additional experience in cellular therapy and CAR-T therapy is a plus but not essential. Benign hematology is a requirement of the position.
- Demonstrate a commitment to our multidisciplinary integrated model of cancer care.
- Fully support the clinical, scholarly, and educational missions of our program including developing standard protocols for patient care, improving quality metrics and creating scholarly work.
Graduating fellows may be considered if they have demonstrated a serious commitment to the care of the hematology patient.
Leadership opportunities within the hematology program, division, quality or research program will be made available for the ideal candidate.
Baptist MD Anderson recently opened a 330,000 square foot patient-centered, state-of-the-art facility dedicated solely to the full spectrum of oncology care.
Successful candidates will be board-certified with a distinguished record of clinical and academic accomplishment and possess the skills and experience necessary to establish and maintain an active clinical practice and develop areas of productive scholarship. 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.
Baptist MD Anderson is an equal-opportunity employer that recognizes the value which evolves from a diverse faculty. Interested candidates should submit their CVs and a letter describing their clinical and academic interests to:
Robert Zaiden, MD
Interim Head, Division of Cancer Medicine
Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center
1301 Palm Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Doctorate of Medicine
Doctorate of Medicine
- Oncology Experience Preferred
License and Certification
- Basic Life Support (BLS) Preferred
- Licensed Physician Required
- Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) License Required
Baptist MD Anderson Ctr
1301 Palm Ave
Jacksonville, FL, 32207
Baptist Health is partnering with MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston to create the Baptist Health MD Anderson Cancer Center in Jacksonville. MD Anderson is the largest freestanding cancer center in the world, ranked as one of the top two hospitals in cancer care by U.S. News and World Report. Baptist Health of Northeast Florida provides state-of-the art care for all types of cancer and is a regional leader in prevention, diagnosis, treatment, research and education. As one of only three health systems in the nation to become a partner member of the MD Anderson Cancer Center, Baptist Health is replicating the MD Anderson model of care, with full clinical and operational integration. This means patients in the Southeast U.S. will be able to benefit from the same full range of multi-disciplinary care options as those available in Houston, including access to ongoing cancer research and select clinical trials. The Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center team is seeking full-time, energetic and compassionate individuals for both inpatient and outpatient care to become part of our innovative, multi-disciplinary, highly integrated cancer program.