This physician will report to the Breast Medical Oncology Section Leader, or designee, and work collaboratively and effectively with the disease-site oncology multidisciplinary teams, hospitalists, the VP, Oncology Services and administrative team members, and all other staff who support cancer patients and cancer services in the outpatient and inpatient settings.
Dignity Health Arizonas goal is to create and sustain a best-in-class cancer treatment and research program that produces good outcomes for patients, is efficient and effective, respects and includes our community partners and creates a desirable work place for staff and faculty. We have seven active multidisciplinary disease teams including Breast, GYN, GI, GU, Thoracic, H&N and malignant Hematology. Each team includes medical, surgical and radiation oncology, diagnostic imaging, pathology, genetic and supportive care experts. The multidisciplinary teams work closely with the leadership of the Dignity Health Cancer Institute, St. Josephs and the Dignity Health Medical Group to ensure growth of the comprehensive oncology patient care programs as well as the growth of the clinical trials programs.
- D. or D.O.
- AZ Medical License,
- Board certified in an appropriate specialty
- Willing to participate in teaching and research activities
- Acceptable references from supervisor, peer, subordinate and a registered nurse
- Willing to abide by and promote the mission and values of Dignity Health and CommonSpirit Health.