The Queen’s Medical Center is seeking a full-time (Temporary) Radiation Oncologist to provide a wide range of radiation therapy treatments.
The Queen's Medical Center was awarded approval with commendations by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer (CoC). Receiving care at a CoC-approved cancer program ensures that patients have access to comprehensive care, including a range of state-of-the-art services and equipment. In addition, The Queen's Medical Center is a certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network® to advance the level of care in Hawaii. The network is a program of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Hospital-based group provides comprehensive care for inpatients and outpatients in a single ACR certified practice location.
Radiation oncology services available on site include IMRT, VMAT, IGRT, SBRT/SABR, 4D CT, 4D CBCT, DIBH, intracavitary HDR, interstitial HDR, prostate LDR, prostate HDR.
Gammaknife SRS available 10 minutes away.
MD Anderson Certified Member.
Comprehensive on site clinical services with diagnostic and interventional radiology, pathology, specialist and subspecialist surgery, medical oncology, genetic counseling, social work, oncology patient navigation, speech language pathology, dentistry, physical and occupational therapy, wound care.
Research support staff with access to local, national, and MD Anderson clinical trials.
Weekly to monthly site specific tumor boards (11 sites).
Site specialization encouraged with preference for H&N experience or interest.
Department equipment: Varian EX21 (scheduled to be replaced with TrueBeam in 4/2021), TomoTherapy Hi-ART (scheduled to be replaced with TrueBeam in 2022), Elekta Infinity with C-RAD Catalyst, Nucletron Microselectron 30 (scheduled to be replaced with Elekta Flexitron 40 in 2021), Philips Big Bore 4D CT 16 slice.
Mentoring opportunities with medical students, residents (no radiation oncology residents).
1 year contract with the potential for a 2nd year extension.
Competitive compensation and benefits package with relocation, annual CME stipend, paid vacation, occurrence-based malpractice insurance, paid health/dental/vision insurance, and life/disability insurance.
Board certified/Board eligible in Radiation Oncology
Unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Hawaii.
The Queen’s Medical Center is a nonprofit hospital with a 160-year legacy of caring for the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. A member of The Queen’s Health Systems family of hospitals, The Queen’s Medical Center is the largest private hospital in Hawaii. It is licensed for 575 acute care beds. Located in downtown Honolulu, Queen’s serves as the major referral center for cancer, heart disease, neuroscience, orthopedics, surgery, emergency medicine and behavioral health, and has the only organ transplantation program in the State of Hawaii. Queen’s is also the state’s designated trauma center – the first and only Level I trauma center in Hawaii. A major teaching hospital, Queen’s serves as a clinical training site for the residency programs of the University Of Hawaii John A. Burns School Of Medicine.
O’ahu, sometimes called “The Gathering Place”, is the third largest Hawaiian island and home to a very diverse population; a mix of various cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the Hawaiian people. On O’ahu, you will be able to find a variety of activities from a bustling city life to a laidback surf town. There are always a variety of activities and restaurants to explore to suit everyone’s taste.