Radiation Oncology Opportunity in Metro Knoxville, TN!!
Full-Time or Part-Time Candidates will be considered.
Offering Opportunity for Board Certified Radiation Oncologist
Center is seeking a Board-Certified Radiation Oncologist with proton therapy experience to serve our patients.
This is a unique opportunity to join a dynamic, growing comprehensive cancer provider in a family-oriented region that boasts abundant natural beauty. The hired physician will work with a team of oncology professionals consisting of radiation oncologists along with a dedicated and compassionate radiotherapy support staff of two advanced practice providers, six medical physicists, five medical dosimetrists, seventeen radiation therapists, six registered nurses, and two medical assistants.
Board Certified in Radiation Oncology with ABR;
5+ years clinical experience;
Proton experience preferred;
Committed to quality and compassionate patient care;
Must be willing to play an active and visible role in the community;
Help promote the practice through various community and relationship-building events.
or eligible for unencumbered medical license and DEA certificate in Tennessee;
Center is a growing APEx-accredited organization in its seventh year of operation and has treated nearly 4000 patients from around the world. The center currently employs a three-room proton therapy system (one fixed beam and two gantries) with IBA equipment, utilizing pencil beam scanning. The center has two additional treatment rooms available that can be activated as demand requires. Photon modality is provided via an Elekta Synergy linear accelerator. The center maintains the most current available versions of treatment planning software and electronic health record technology through RayStation, Monaco, ElektaXio, and Mosaiq.
Center is the flagship of the expanding Network which includes the Center in Nashville, TN and the center under construction in Orlando, Florida.
Patient Load Averages:
75 Treatments per day (for the entire center)
600 New R.T. patients last year
8 Consults per week per physician
Medicare 76%, Commercial 16%, Self-Pay 5%, Medicaid/Charity 3%.
The Center is situated in the picturesque development in the heart of beautiful Knoxville, Tennessee. The Campus is a park-like setting that hosts numerous affiliated cancer care services.
Knoxville is a mid-size southern city in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and home of the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, making this a research and innovation hub with
the fun of big-time college athletics. East Tennessee is a wonderful place to live that provides great southern hospitality with a diverse community-oriented population, low cost of living, and a wide array of dining and shopping options, and cultural and recreational activities. The region boasts a diverse ecosystem with acclaimed national parks and pristine waterways for boating, fishing, hiking, and climbing as well as mountain vistas, and breathtaking spring and fall foliage.
Points for consideration:
NO state income tax and low property taxes
Highly affordable cost of living
Highly ranked public and private schools
Easy commutes with light traffic
Service Area Population = 1 Million +
City Population (Knoxville Metro Area) = 850,000
Four (4) distinct seasons
Abundant outdoor activities
120 daily flights to more than 20 nonstop destinations from McGhee Tyson Airport
Travel and Driving Distance
McGee Tyson Airport (TYS), Knoxville, TN
Driving Distance (Miles) Knoxville, TN to:
Chattanooga, TN ¡V 112
Asheville, NC ¡V 115
Lexington, KY ¡V