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Hiring Hematology-Oncologists for Full-Time Positions in Florida

Florida client is hiring hematology oncologists for full-time positions - NEW GRADS CAN APPLY

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Hiring Hematology-Oncologists for Full-Time Positions in Florida

 

Growing client in Florida is Hiring Hematology-Oncologists for full-time positions. New Grads and candidates who need to secure a FL License are encouraged to apply. For additional details and ways to apply, see below.

 

  1. Palm Beach, FL area – Private Practice seeking additional Hem/Onc

  • Join 5 HEM/ONCs, 2 NP/PA providers, 4 Onc RNs, and support staff

  • Work out of two offices and hospitals nearby

  • Adding Hem/Onc due to practice growth

  • Practice currently has an average of 2,500 new patients per year

  • Call 1:6

  • Excellent compensation and recruitment package w/ full benefits, retirement plan, vacation, paid relocation, CME expense coverage, etc.

  • Established private practice (over 25 yrs.) with partnership track

 

  1. Orlando, FL. area. Hem/Onc practice is “highly” motivated to add a partner to their group.

  • A Comprehensive Cancer Center in the Orlando area is seeking an additional partner due to growth

  • They have two offices and utilize two hospitals nearby

  • The group includes hematologists/oncologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and various support staff

  • Call would be at least 1:6

  • This is a well-established oncology group (over 25 years) with an excellent reputation and strong referral base

  • Well managed and stable

  • Very competitive financial compensation and generous comprehensive benefits

 

Reference: KM-18-6-10/2/2020-LP

 

To Apply, click below or email an updated CV to Lisapitt@physicianproviders.com

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