OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, in strong affiliation with The University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria, is recruiting up to 2 additional gynecologic oncologists to join a board certified gynecologic oncologist located in Peoria, Illinois.
In 2016, the practice performed more than 1,700 procedures.
Primary job responsibilities include all facets of clinical patient care, with the opportunity to participate in resident and medical student education (clinical, didactic, and simulation learning).
There is a well-organized oncology service with longstanding referral patterns. A new physician would build a practice quickly drawing from a large regional referral base.
The Peoria medical community is the third largest in the state with a full complement of comprehensive radiotherapy and medical oncology services.
Beautiful chemotherapy infusion center, with specialized oncology nursing support.
Three daVinci Si surgical robots available for use at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center.
Opportunity for active research endeavors, including collaboration with PhD researchers on basic science/translational projects at the UICOMP Cancer Research Center.
Opportunity to enroll patients in NRG (GOG) trials.
Applicants must be active candidates or board certified/board eligible in obstetrics and gynecology and gynecologic oncology.
As the flagship medical center for one of the largest Catholic healthcare systems in the United States, OSF Saint Francis Medical Center is the area s only Level 1 Trauma Center. It is home to the Children s Hospital of Illinois, and University of Illinois College of Medicine residency and fellowship training programs.
Excellent compensation and benefit package.
Peoria is a family-friendly, midsized city with a low cost of living, excellent economic potential, and few big city hassles.
Other advantages include many cultural and athletic attractions, short commutes to highly liveable neighborhoods, and good schools.
Peoria is home to an international airport, and also has easy access to major cities like Chicago, Indianapolis, and St. Louis.