The Department of Radiation Oncology, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Seidman Cancer Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is recruiting for one or more faculty radiation oncologists.
Candidates must be ABR board-certified or board-eligible, and qualify for an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the state of Ohio. He/she must demonstrate a significant commitment to continuous quality improvement and excellence, patient service and access, and the research and teaching missions of our academic health system. All UH radiation oncologists are expected to qualify for a full-time or part-time/clinical appointment at the University, and will receive an appropriate level faculty appointment.
The Department consists of an academic main campus in Cleveland, as well as 10 community facilities throughout Northeast Ohio. The main campus includes three 'matched' Elekta IMRT/IGRT linear accelerators with advanced FSRT/SBRT capability, a gamma knife Perfexion radiosurgery unit, Mobetron IORT, an Image-guided HDR unit, and a new on-site single-vault (Mevion) Proton Beam Center, the first proton center in Ohio. The Department's community sites feature high quality IMRT/IGRT Linacs (Elekta and/or Varian) and extensive support from full time faculty physicists.
The department's level of RTOG/NRG clinical trials excellence is among the highest in the nation. There are also many opportunities for investigator initiated clinical trials and other projects through the case Comprehensive Cancer Center, a top ranked NCI designated cancer center. The Department has 18 radiation oncologists and 19 radiation physicists on its faculty and treats about 300 patients per day across its centers in Northeast Ohio.
The University Hospitals system offers a highly competitive compensation and fringe benefit package, in an affordable metropolitan location. The main campus is centered in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, immediately adjacent to Case Western's undergraduate and graduate campus, Severance Hall/Cleveland Orchestra, multiple museums and cultural centers, and the Little Italy restaurant and entertainment district. Similarly, the community sites are located in very attractive and vibrant communities in suburban Cleveland and Northeast Ohio.
In employment, as in education, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Case-Western Reserve University are committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The institution provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities.
Applicants should forward an email letter describing their interest/vision along with their CV to: Ashley.email@example.com and Mitchell.firstname.lastname@example.org Chair, Radiation Oncology.
Mitchell Machtay, M.D. Professor & Chair Department of Radiation Oncology University Hospitals Case Medical Center 11100 Euclid Avenue – Lerner Tower B181 Cleveland, Ohio 44106 Phone: 216-844-2530 • Fax: 216-844-4799 E-mail: Mitchell.Machtay@uhhospitals.org