The West Michigan Cancer Center and Institute for Blood Disorders in Kalamazoo, Michigan is seeking a fourth full-time BE/BC Radiation Oncologist, to replace a physician who is leaving. The practice includes twelve Medical Oncologists, three Gynecologic Oncologists and a Surgical Oncologist.
3 board certified Physicists-actively recruiting a 4th
14 board certified Radiation Therapists
4 board certified Dosimetrists
2 Advanced Practice Providers
5 Nurses, 1 MA
All physicians are supported by two 400+ bed hospitals with a catchment area of 1 million. This opportunity has the benefits of a private practice income, while teaching and academic opportunities are also available through the cancer center’s affiliate, Western Michigan University Homer B. Stryker M.D. School of Medicine. West Michigan Cancer Center and Institute for Blood Disorders is a member of a very active NCI-sponsored Research Consortium.
Kalamazoo, Michigan is the home of Western Michigan University and the Homer B. Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, and is located within a two-hour drive of both Chicago and Detroit, with the Great Lakes just an hour away. Southwestern Michigan features a four-season climate, promoting biking, skiing, and numerous other sports and recreational activities year-round. Please contact Michele Fortner, Director of Radiation Oncology at 269.384.8603 for more information. You may also visit our website at www.wmcc.org.
Experience with IMRT, IGRT, and Stereotactic Radiosurgery is required; HDR GYN brachy and LDR prostate brachy experience is valued, although not required. The department has three Varian linear accelerators-two TrueBeams and a Trilogy. Each linac has OBI and Align RT. We have a Siemens CT simulator with breath hold and contrast capabilities, ARIA and Mosaiq EMRs, Eclipse treatment planning system and MIM contouring software. An average of 80 patients are treated daily.
Internal Number: 001
About West Michigan Cancer Center
West Michigan Cancer Center & Institute for Blood Disorders is changing the tide on cancer and blood diseases.
We are treating, beating and curing cancer & blood diseases more than ever before, and helping patients move beyond it so it doesn’t maintain a grip on their lives. We have the technological resources, clinical skill, support services, and experience to best meet your individual challenge. This is the cornerstone of our commitment to you and is the reason more people are referred and treated here than anywhere else in the region. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, we’ll be right by your side to support you and will treat your disease with every resource available.
Vision: The WMCC vision is to deliver exceptional, comprehensive and integrated care to patients throughout our region.
Mission: Our mission is to achieve the best possible outcomes and quality of life for our patients.