Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center is actively seeking an experienced Hematology/Oncology physician for the newly opened Baptist Medical Center Clay. Clinical cancer care services on two campuses – Baptist Medical Center Clay (BMCC), and Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville (BMCJ) – provide seamless integrated care for the patient and the physician. Baptist Health is proud to be one of only seven unique health systems in the United States chosen to replicate MD Anderson Cancer Center’s multidisciplinary model of care. We serve as the Southeast patient care hub for MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of MD Anderson. Our rapid growth validates the unprecedented level of cancer care we bring to patients and families in our region and provides our physicians with a blended model of focused patient care and academic pursuits.
We seek a candidate with
Board-eligible individuals with three or more years of experience treating general oncology with some sub-specialty focus will also be considered.
Demonstrated commitment to a multidisciplinary, integrated model of cancer care.
Support for our clinical, scholarly, and educational missions through the development of standard patient care protocols, improvement of quality metrics, and participation in scholarly work.
Baptist MD Anderson opened our 330,000-square-foot patient-centered, state-of-the-art facility dedicated solely to the full spectrum of oncology care in 2018 at BMCJ. BMCS is ranked by US News & World Report as one of the top five hospitals in Florida. Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center at BMCS has leading cancer care physicians, targeted radiation therapy, infusion therapy, specialized oncology pharmacists, nurse navigators, and other support team members to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and supportive care throughout your patient’s journey.
Candidates will be board-certified with a record of clinical and academic accomplishment and possess the skills and experience necessary to establish and maintain an active clinical practice and develop areas of productive scholarship. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a commitment to patient-centered multidisciplinary oncology care including participation in quality management and research programs sufficient to merit an academic appointment at MD Anderson in Houston. Leadership opportunities exist within the Division of Cancer Medicine, and quality or research programs for the ideal candidate.
Baptist Health is a not-for-profit organization owned by the community – not by shareholders. We are guided by a volunteer board of more than 85 engaged community leaders.Currently ranked as the “most preferred” health care provider in the Jacksonville area, Baptist Health is deeply honored to serve the community through a growing circle of care that includes five nationally accredited hospitals (including the region’s only children’s hospital) plus more than 200 primary care and specialty physician practices, children’s specialty clinics, home health care, behavioral health, occupational health, pharmacies, rehabilitation services and urgent care.