Radiation Oncologist Opportunity in Evansville, Indiana

Deaconess Health System
Facility: Deaconess Health System 
Address: 600 Mary Street 
Evansville, IN 47747 
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Opportunity Criteria
Specialty: Radiation Oncology 
Candidate Type: MD, DO 
Visas Accepted: No J1 or H1
Loan Repayment: Not Specified
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Join an oncology team that's a regional leader in cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Therapy Associates are seeking an energetic BC/BE radiation oncologist to join two experienced radiation oncologists who practice at the Deaconess Chancellor Center for Oncology.  Five days per week seeing outpatients at this facility; rotation at Evansville Cancer Center on an as-needed basis.  Rotate weekend call.  Candidates with SRS training and HDR brachytherapy are preferred.

This opportunity offers:

  • Excellent compensation package; two-year salaried position followed by parity with the other physicians
  • Full health, dental, disability and malpractice benefits
  • 401k investment package
  • CME allowance
  • Six weeks vacation/CME for the first year; seven weeks the second year.  After that, negotiable.
  • 2020 new graduates welcome

MD Anderson Cancer Network® Certified

Deaconess is a certified member of MD Anderson Cancer Network®, a program of MD Anderson Cancer Center.  Our oncologists are certified physicians of the MD Anderson Cancer Network, and the candidate will have the opportunity to be as well.

As a certified member of the network, our certified physicians have access to best practices, evidence-based guidelines and treatment plans developed by MD Anderson experts.  Our certified cancer specialists can also consult directly with their counterparts at MD Anderson in Houston, Texas.  Our affiliation combines the best of what we provide locally with the world-renowned expertise of MD Anderson.

Tri-State Radiation Oncology

Deaconess and US Oncology operate as Tri-State Radiation Oncology, a joint venture that operates two cancer centers in Evansville, Indiana.  The Chancellor Center for Oncology is a hospital-based facility associated with Deaconess Health System.  Evansville Cancer Center is a free-standing facility.

Deaconess Health System

Deaconess Health System is a premiere provider of health care services in a 26-county area of Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois.  Founded in 1892, Deaconess Hospital is a 323-bed acute care teaching hospital serving residents of Southern Indiana, Southeastern Illinois and Western Kentucky.  One of the largest hospitals in the region, Deaconess offers a broad range of inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and diagnostic services.  In January 2006, we opened Deaconess Gateway Hospital, a 159-bed acute-care hospital at our Gateway campus in Newburgh, Indiana (7 miles away).  The system also includes: The Women's Hospital, serving the needs of women and infants and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit; Deaconess Clinic, a multi-specialty group of over 125 employed physician and mid-level providers representing over 25 different medical disciplines located in 25+ ambulatory sites; Deaconess Cross Pointe, a behavioral health hospital serving the needs of teens, adults, seniors and their families in both an inpatient and outpatient setting; HealthSouth Deaconess Rehabilitation Hospital, providing both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services and The Heart Hospital, providing the latest diagnostic and treatment technology for cardiac patients.  Plus a freestanding cancer center, a practice management company, a preferred provider organization, two Urgent Care facilities and multiple partnerships with other health care providers. 

Deaconess is a not-for-profit organization accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).  Renowned for providing high-quality medical care with a strong personal touch, Deaconess has earned a Solucient Top 100 Hospitals award for cardiac and orthopedic services and a US News and World Report Best Hospitals ranking for hormonal disease services.

About Evansville, IN

Evansville, Indiana is a mid-sized community nestled in the corner of Southwestern Indiana near Illinois and Kentucky.  With a population of 123,000 
and a total of 278,000 in the metropolitan area, Evansville enjoys a low cost of living, low crime rate, cultural opportunities and excellent schools. 

Evansville is proud to be a 
2006 Best Cities for Relocating Families 
title winner for top mid-sized metro area 
and a 2004 All-America City Award recipient.

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For further information, please contact


Michelle Dexter

Physician Recruiter

600 Mary Street 

Room 1630

Evansville, Indiana  47747



812-450-7273 - Fax

Deaconess Health System

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Contact: Michelle Dexter 
Phone: 812-450-7263
Fax: 812-450-7273 
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