The Department of Medicine at MetroHealth Medical Center (MHMC), a principal teaching hospital of Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, is seeking applications for an academic faculty position for the Division of Radiation Oncology. Located in Cleveland, OH, MHMC seeks an experienced physician with a proven track record of clinical expertise and academic accomplishment. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with surgical oncology, gynecologic oncology, and medical oncology specialists within our comprehensive cancer center; and be expected to participate in the strategic initiative of membership in the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The Radiation Oncology clinic is equipped with two Varian linear accelerators (Trilogy and IX) with cone beam CT and arc-based treatment capabilities, a recently upgraded Philips Brilliance Big Bore 16 CT simulator, a HDR microSelection v2 remote afterloader unit. The division utilizes Philips Pinnacle SmartEnterprise as its primary treatment planning system, Brain Lab treatment planning system – iPlan for its SRS program, and Elekta (Nucletron) Oncentra Brachy treatment planning for HDR. Mosaiq is utilized as Radiation Oncology’s Record and Verify system, and the clinic operates on EPIC. Radiation Oncology is currently vetting vendors to replace the Varian IX.
Our Cancer Center has demonstrated clinical expertise, especially in the areas of gynecological, hematologic, pulmonary, gastrointestinal and breast malignancies and aspires to broaden programs in all subspecialties. The Cancer Center holds 12 subspecialty multi-disciplinary tumor boards, and the Division routinely participates in all. MHMC is certified by the ACOSOG’s Commission on Cancer as an Academic Comprehensive Cancer Program.
Clinical research is an integral component of the MetroHealth Cancer Center and an area for growth for the Radiation Oncology Division. After holding the ECOG Cooperative Group grant at MetroHealth for 38 years, the Cancer Center is now a full partner (Lead Academic Participating Site) in the Case Western Reserve University National Clinical Trials Network grant. With the assistance of the MHMC oncology research team, all Division members are expected to enroll their patients in NCI, pharmaceutical-sponsored, and investigator-initiated studies. The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience and involvement in clinical trials.
An M.D. or D.O. degree, board certification in Radiation Oncology and an unrestricted Ohio state medical license
Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in a faculty role within an academic institution, having achieved at least rank of Assistant Professor
Interested candidates should forward correspondence and curriculum vitae to: