Duke Radiation Oncology Clinic at Scotland Memorial Hospital in Laurinburg, NC, offers patients cutting-edge radiation therapy and the opportunity to enroll in clinical trials through an affiliation with the Southeast Cancer Control Consortium. The practice will include two-three clinical days/week at the Scotland Memorial campus and two-three days/week (1-2 days clinical and 1 day scholarly) at the Duke University Hospital. The ideal candidate will have three plus years community-based experience.
Duke Radiation Oncology seeks a clinically and academically oriented physician for the management of breast cancer patients at Duke University Hospital in Durham. The department seeks a highly motivated individual to develop her/his professional career within Duke Radiation Oncology and the Duke Cancer Institute. Experienced candidates, as well as those recently trained, are encouraged to apply.
Both positions require either board-eligible or board-certified candidates with a focus on the care and management of Radiation Oncology patients. Compensation will be based upon clinical and academic experience, using AAPM benchmarks.
Interested candidates should apply with CV and letter of interest via the LINK below: https://pdc.dukehealth.org/careers Select under specialty: Radiation Oncology (and Filter button)
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