Surgical Oncologist Opportunity in Tennessee

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Surgery: Oncology
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Job Id 8707
Verified Date 10/23/2021
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Practice Details

Job ID: 8707

Practice Details

  • Seeks a fellowship trained Surgical Oncologist to join our well established team of thirty surgeons.
  • Independent practice provides physicians the freedom to practice giving patients the widest range of healthcare options.
  • The groups thirty physicians comprise the area’s largest private, independent surgical group
  • Provide services at four of the area’s five hospitals
  • Join an existing and well established surgical oncology practice
  • Surgical opportunities include pancreas, hepatobiliary, endocrine, colorectal, breast, melanoma and sarcoma
  • Supported by a full time surgicalist program reducing call burden and clinic interruptions
  • Multiple tumor conferences each month across the system



Community Details

  • Live and work in beautiful Knoxville, TN; population of 200,000
  • Home of the University of Tennessee
  • Just minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Forest
  • Metropolitan amenities such as airport, zoo, several museums, theater, unique shopping and dining
  • No state income tax in Tennessee!
  • Beautiful community with good schools and low cost of living

Compensation Details

  • Competitive salary, partnership track, group health, dental, life, disability and retirement benefits
  • Annual CME allowance
  • Relocation package

Top Five Things to Do

  1. A visit to the Historic Market Place is one of the cool things to do in Knoxville. The marketplace has a great vibe with cafes, restaurants and good music to enjoy and to have fun with the family.
  2. Access to the Knoxville Riverfront. Enjoy a  peaceful walk with the family along the Riverfront with views of the Neyland Stadium.  This waterfront park has an opportunity to learn about the city with its historical stone markers, a marina nearby and restaurants.
  3. Enjoy the zoo at Knoxville. This zoo is located just east of downtown Knoxville with about 800 animals. Explore the different experiences such as the kids run kick-off, annual passes, and discount days.
  4. For a great place to explore nature visit Ijams Nature Center. This place has 10-miles of trails, rock formations, lakes and stunning views with a sanctuary just 3 miles away from the city.
  5. Explore the worlds fair park at Knoxville, TN. This park has many attractions. The attractions included are: the Candy Factory, a conglomeration of Victorian homes hosting arts and crafts shops, the Fort Kid -which is a large playground, the Knoxville Museum of Art, and the 26-story Sunsphere. Enjoy the views of the city and the amphitheater below.

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