Hematology Oncology Physician

  • Job Reference: 1326783228-2
  • Date Posted: 16 May 2024
  • Recruiter: CommonSpirit Health
  • Location: Red Bluff, California
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Care in the community, Care workers, Nurses, Restaurant & Service, Senior Care workers
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Oncologist needed for "The Victorian City on the River" (Red Bluff, CA)

Dignity Health Medical Group - North State is seeking a Medical Oncologist to join our multi-specialty group in Red Bluff, California. This position will be solo in Red Bluff (population 14,000), but is connected to a five-physician practice in Redding (population 90,000; approx. 30 minutes away).
  • Seeking physicians passionate about access to care in rural areas and excited to build a program, with support from a nearby established group (Redding)
  • The oncology service line has tremendous support of the community and ensures our facilities have top of the line equipment
  • Highly qualified and oncology trained staff with a clinic environment that supports the practice of getting to know your patients
  • St Elizabeth Community Hospital is the only rural hospital in California to have a A grade
  • St. Elizabeth Community Hospital has both high quality and patient experience scores
  • Compensation Range: $500,000 - $680,000 / Year
With a light patient call schedule and no hospital based admission, providers are able to experience an exceptional work life balance while ensuring the best of healthcare standards. Come join our team!

Dignity Health Medical Group - North State is an established physician-owned multi-specialty group serving the continuing health care needs of California's North State region with care centers in Redding and Red Bluff. The group's affiliation with Dignity Health, one of the nation's largest health systems, connects it to the highest standard of health care available.

Dignity Health is a part of CommonSpirit , one of the nation's largest health systems dedicated to advancing health for all people.

Patient Care:
  • Diagnose and treat various medical conditions.
  • Develop and implement comprehensive treatment plans.
  • Conduct thorough medical examinations and histories.
  • Communicate effectively with patients, families, and healthcare teams.
  • Provide clear and concise medical information.
  • Foster a collaborative and patient-centered approach to healthcare.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records.
  • Document medical findings, diagnoses, and treatment plans.
  • Ensure compliance with coding and billing regulations.
Diagnostic Procedures:
  • Order and interpret diagnostic tests, such as lab work and imaging.
  • Perform procedures as needed
  • Collaborate with specialists for further diagnostic evaluation.
Team Collaboration:
  • Collaborate with nurses, specialists, and other healthcare professionals.
  • Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings and case discussions.
  • Provide consultative services to other healthcare providers.
Quality Improvement:
  • Participate in quality assurance and improvement initiatives.
  • Review and analyze clinical outcomes for continuous improvement.
  • Implement changes to enhance patient care and safety.
  • Adhere to ethical and legal standards in medical practice.
  • Stay informed about healthcare regulations and compliance requirements.
  • Participate in quality audits to ensure adherence to standards.
Continuous Learning:
  • Stay abreast of medical advancements and best practices.
  • Participate in ongoing medical education and training.
  • Contribute to the development of clinical protocols and guidelines.
  • Completion of an Oncology Fellowship and Board Eligible/Board Certified are required
  • Experienced physicians and new grads both invited to apply
  • A valid and unrestricted California medical license
Pay Range
$240.00 - $327.00 /hour