The Division of Surgery at Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center (BMDACC) is seeking applications for a full-time, ORTHOPAEDIC SURGICAL ONCOLOGIST to join our distinguished Cancer Center faculty. BMDACC is the third partner member of the MD Anderson Cancer Network®, the institution’s international program to elevate the quality of cancer care nationally and internationally. While all applications will be considered, an early-to-mid career candidate is desired.
The selected physician will have the opportunity to develop a comprehensive musculoskeletal oncology program and join a robust multidisciplinary team fusing orthopaedic surgery and oncologic expertise through the clinically-integrated collaboration of BMDACC and the Baptist Health System, including the Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute, Northeast Florida’s leader in orthopaedic care. S/he will have a clinical background with experience in all components of musculoskeletal oncology, bone and soft tissue sarcoma, primary and metastatic tumors, and benign and malignant orthopedic conditions.
Our multidisciplinary program features a collaborative approach that integrates radiology, cancer medicine, radiation oncology, surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, pathology, psychology, dedicated nurse navigators and wellness/survivorship programs. The recently-opened (2018) 9-story, 330,000 square foot Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center incorporates state-of-the-art design, construction, technology, and art to create a patient-centered facility dedicated solely to providing the full spectrum of oncology care in a healing environment for our patients and their families.
The successful candidate will:
Have completed a Musculoskeletal Oncology fellowship designated by the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society, or equivalent education and training;
Be certified, or eligible for certification, by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery;
Be eligible for an unrestricted Florida Medical License;
Demonstrate commitment to a multidisciplinary integrated model of cancer care;
Fully support the clinical, scholarly, and educational missions of our Cancer Center and our System;
Display the communication, interpersonal skills, collaboration, and passion required to build an active clinical practice, develop areas of productive scholarship, and recruit additional faculty;
Have the opportunity for Adjunct Appointment at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center commensurate with their clinical and academic achievements;
Collaborate in national initiatives and scholarly activities with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and its Department of Orthopaedic Oncology; and
Significantly influence the direction of our program and join like-minded faculty committed to our mission of Making Cancer History.
Northeast Florida provides some of the best cost of living and recreation that the Sunshine State has to offer. Immediately within reach are world famous destinations, attractions, theme parks and entertainment for families of all ages. Recently ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the top two most desirable cities for relocation in the United States, Jacksonville is the ideal setting to call home.
The Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center is an equal opportunity employer who recognizes the value and impact of a diverse faculty. Interested candidates should submit their CV and a letter describing their clinical and academic interests to:
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.