HEMATOLOGIC ONCOLOGY PHYSICIAN
At Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland Clinic Florida
Maroone Cancer Center, Section of Hematology
The Maroone Cancer Center at Cleveland Clinic Florida is seeking applicants with expertise in Hematologic Oncology for full time faculty positions. The ideal candidates will have several years of clinical experience in managing both hematology and oncology diseases with a focus on Hematology Malignancies or Bone marrow transplantation.
The successful candidates must be board certified in Hematology and will be responsible for building an active clinical practice in malignant/benign hematology and participating in active research programs working in a multidisciplinary approach with colleagues in numerous specialties.
The Maroone Cancer Center in Florida is closely aligned with the Taussig Cancer Institute at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. The Cancer Center recently opened a new 140,000 square foot ambulatory facility for oncology, radiation therapy, and neurological sciences. Research studies are available through both sponsored and cooperative group protocols. Academic appointments are offered through the Cleveland Clinic Florida.
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