Pediatric Hematology-Oncologist Opportunity with Children's Hospital of Michigan
Company: Tenet Healthcare
Posted on: May 16, 2022
Pediatric-Hematology/Oncology opening in Detroit, Michigan. This
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Children's Hospital of Michigan and University Pediatricians are
actively seeking an additional Pediatric Hematologist-Oncologist
with expertise in Bone Marrow or Stem Cell transplants. This is a
full-time, employed opportunity in Detroit, MI.
The Division is comprised of 16 physicians, 6 fellows, 7 nurse
practitioners, 22 RNs, 3 hem-onc pharmacists, and a clinical and
research support staff of 17 division members.
The Division treats over 125 new oncology patients and performs
over 20 stem cell transplants each year. The annual patient census
is approximately 10,000 outpatient visits per year, which are in a
newly renovated outpatient clinic with 24 individual exam/infusion
rooms and a dedicated Hematology-Oncology and Stem Cell unit with
32 beds. In 2016, a new outpatient ambulatory medical-surgical,
min-pediatric hospital was opened in Troy, MI and has infusion and
transfusion capabilities. A new inpatient tower opened in 2017 on
the main medical campus in Detroit.
Candidates must be BE/BC and eligible to obtain licensure in the
state of Michigan. An interest or expertise in bone marrow or stem
cell transplants is highly preferred.
An interested in academics is highly preferred as the division
supports the academic mission and training programs for Children's
Hospital of Michigan and Detroit Medical Center.
How to Apply:
All qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a copy of their
current CV for immediate consideration.
All inquiries and personal information are kept confidential.
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