Central Care, PA, a private practice group located in Kansas and Missouri, with modern equipment, quality personnel and access to clinical trials, is looking for full-time Board Certified/Board Eligible Medical Oncologists to join their rapidly expanding team.
This position would work closely with our independent multidisciplinary oncology team comprised of 6 full-time Radiation Oncologist and 6 full-time Medical Oncologists providing care in 12 locations throughout Kansas and Missouri.
Central Care Cancer Center prides itself on bringing the most advanced cancer treatments and technology, customized for each patient, to the communities that we serve.
Our vast range of technology includes, but is not limited to, the Varian TrueBeamTM, 64 slice PET/CT, HDR, Tele Health services, Stereotactic, IMRT, Clinical Trials, latest in oncology/immunotherapy treatment options and the most state-of-the-art cloud based oncology specific EMR that allows us to connect from anywhere. Our advanced technology and paperless systems allow us to provide the most up to date options for providers to complete their dictation, as well as interfaces to assist with the flow of communication and information for each patient chart.
Locations with opportunities include:
- Wichita, KS
- Garden City, KS
- Emporia, KS
- Bolivar, MO
Central Care, PA provides all aspects of practice management including, but not limited to, administration, billing, and public relations/marketing.
ADVANTAGES of being part of OUR TEAM:
- Future Growth Opportunities possible
- Employer will assist with relocation costs
- New Grads and Visas Welcome
- Internal Coverage for PTO and CME
- Peer to Peer Review
- Multidisciplinary meetings
- $15,000 sign on bonus
- Tumor Board Participation
- Access to latest in Clinical Trials
- Base Compensation + RVU options
- Wichita, KS
- Emporia, KS
Other QualificationsBoard Certified / Board Eligible Medical Oncologist
More about Emporia, Kansas
Emporia has an important place in American history. It is the founding city of Veterans Day. It is also the home of famous newspaper editor William Allen White, who was known nationally as the Sage of Emporia for gaining the ear and trust of U.S. Presidents and leaders of his day.
Emporia is the county seat of Lyon County; the city population is about 25,000 people, and Lyon County has approximately 35,000 people.
Elements of Emporia’s proud history are reflected in its historic downtown, which today is abundant with local nightlife, cuisine, coffee antiques and boutiques. With more than 17 different architectural styles, including the Spanish Colonial Revival of the Historic Granada Theatre, a stroll down Commercial Street is an architecture lover’s dream.
While its quaint setting on the verge of the Flint Hills is attractive to many, Emporia still offers an array of large-city opportunities. It is conveniently located between Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City, three of the largest cities in Kansas. Interstates – I-35 and I-335 intersect at Emporia, making travel to and from the city even more convenient.
Because of its scenic landscape, Emporia is home to avid cycling community, and the surrounding Flint Hills offer some the best and most challenging gravel road cycling opportunities in the nation. Also known for disc golf, with four professional 18-hole disc golf courses in the city and two more champion level courses within 20 minutes, Emporia is home to the largest disc golf tournament in the world.
More about Wichita, Kansas
Wichita has been named an All-American City four times the National Civic League and consistently ranks among the top cities nationally for quality of life. In 2016, U.S. News ranked Wichita No. 58 on its list of 100 best places to live, based on high ratings in “value” and “quality of life.” These accolades communicate affordability, short and easy commutes to work and a high level of public safety – combined attributes not found in most metro areas.
Located in south-central Kansas on the Arkansas River, Wichita is the county seat of Sedgwick County and the principal city of the Wichita metropolitan area with an estimated population of nearly 700,000. The City of Wichita itself is the largest city in the state of Kansas, with nearly 400,000 population.
Wichita is home to many exciting attractions and museums including the seventh-largest zoo in the United States, the Sedgwick County Zoo. There is unending family-fun and educational experiences in just about every part of the city, jam-packed with cultural experiences, shopping and delicious local restaurants. Anyone looking for happening nightlife, art and culture, or live entertainment, Wichita offers a long list of possibilities.
Wichita is home to some of the best golf courses in the country. With five public golf courses, golfers can choose from a variety of layouts for all skill levels. Wichita also features five private courses.
Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport, located in Wichita, offers non-stop flights across the country, including to Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort-Worth, Atlanta and Chicago. Interstate 135 runs through Wichita and is bolstered by the bypass connection of Interstate 235 to provide easy access around and through Wichita.
Bliss Bouldering and Climbing Complex
Field Station: Dinosaurs
Intrust Bank Arena
Keeper of the Plains Plaza
Museum of World Treasures
Old Town District
Sedgwick County Zoo
Wichita Art Museum