Palliative Medicine - Tennessee Oncology
Tennessee Oncology is seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible Fellowship Trained Palliative Medicine Physician to join our Palliative Care Team within our highly successful private community-based Oncology/Hematology practice, which is located in Nashville, TN. The Palliative Care program at Tennessee Oncology covers many office locations.
Tennessee Oncology established 1976 in Nashville, Tennessee Oncology’s mission remains unchanged: To provide access to high-quality cancer care and the expertise of clinical research for all patients, at convenient locations within their community and close to their home. Our growing network of physicians and locations is based on this mission. We provide on-site chemotherapy treatments at over thirty locations, so patients may receive the necessary care without the strain of long-distance travel. Tennessee Oncology is a academically-minded community practice which is committed to advancing both the science of detection and targeted treatments, and to making these advances available to every patient. We believe caring for cancer patients is a privilege. Since its inception, Tennessee Oncology has become one of the nation’s largest, community-based cancer care specialist groups with over 90 physicians, 45 APPs and home to one of the leading clinical trial networks in the country.
Tennessee Oncology is a proud partner of OneOncology, the national partnership of leading independent community oncology practices working together to improve the lives of everyone living with cancer with a physician-led, data-driven, technology-powered, and patient-centric model. Through OneOncology, partner practices have common technology platforms that foster communication, data sharing and clinical excellence across the network. Additionally, OneOncology’s non-exclusive clinical trial site management subsidiary, OneR, delivers complex, multi-center clinical trials to affiliated practices.
About the Role:
The successful candidate will be trained in Internal Medicine with a fellowship in Palliative Medicine/Hospice, experience in Oncology and Hematology patient care preferred. As a Physician member of our Palliative Care Team your responsibility will be a combination of direct patient care in the outpatient setting, in addition to oversight of palliative care advance practice providers located in various offices throughout middle Tennessee and Chattanooga. Physician will need to work collaboratively with all physicians and staff members within Tennessee Oncology and the community to coordinate and deliver the highest quality of patient care. You will collaborate in co-managing palliative cancer treatments with our patients’ primary Oncologists/Hematologists. The ideal candidate would have experience across outpatient and inpatient settings, the proven ability to supervise Advanced Practice Providers and provide education, appreciation of the team-based approach to co-managing patients.
Why Nashville, TN?
Also known as ‘Music City' and more recently earning the nickname ‘Smashville'—thanks to the notoriety of the Nashville Predator hockey team—this impressive city is an excellent place to call home. Beyond entertainment, Nashville is known for having incredible sports teams, great schools, a solid economy, nationally recognized music and an affordable cost of living. In fact, Nashville maintains its status as one of the top places to live in America according to U.S. News.
- Highly Competitive Compensation Models- Full-Time
- $125-$150/hour- Part-Time
- CME Reimbursement
- Comprehensive medical/dental benefits
- Retirement savings plan
- Malpractice coverage paid
- Generous paid time off
- Chance to care for patients in the comfort of their communities
- Opportunity for career growth
- Become part of physician-led organizations that supports work/life balance
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