Looking to start in November.
Preferred schedule would be 8a-5p, Monday – Friday
*Ideally looking for “two weeks on, one week off, two weeks on, etc” but can be flexible when reviewing candidate avails.
5 provider group – 2 physician providers and 3 APP’s
95% outpatient and 5% inpatient mix
Collegial and supportive practice environment
Target patient load average of 18 - 25 patients per day
Call currently 1:3 with very few calls. Call can be performed via phone
Office with EMR
Genetic counselor available onsite
Weekly tumor board
Strong primary care
Tumor registry with 2 CTR’s
Research department with 1 dedicated research associate for oncology
Physical location shared with radiation oncology with shared waiting area
Staffed with 10 RN’s, 2 navigators (breast/colon and lung cancer patients), 1 pharmacist, 1 pharm tech, 1 lab tech with lab draws in office, 1 office manager, 1 clinical director (shared with radiation oncology), 1 social worker, 2 financial counselors, 6 clerical staff, 1 program director; (shared with rad/onc, tumor registry, and research)
Program holds American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (ACOS CoC), National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), and American College of Radiology Radiation Oncology Practice Accreditation (ACR ROPA) accreditations.
Each provider is assigned to three rooms. Patients are roomed by an RN and comprehensive assessments are performed. A Triage nurse handles all incoming clinical calls. The office is open 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Providers usually see patients from 8:00 am to noon and 1pm to 5pm. Patients are generally booked at 60 minute new patient consults, 15-30 minute follow ups. Providers should be comfortable seeing on average 20 to 25 patients per day.
Rounding of inpatients that are current patient of the practice is typically done by the APP’s. Patients are admitted by the hospitalist group and oncology is consulted as needed. Practice is 99% outpatient and no inductions are completed at the facility.