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Bon Secours Medical Group (BSMG), a physician-led, multi-specialty group in Richmond, VA, is currently seeking a BE/BC gynecologic oncologist to join their talented team of cancer experts at St. Marys Hospital. As a member of our team, you will work with another physician and physician assistant to provide community-based cancer services in a compassionate and healing environment. You will be joining a well-established practice, spending three days a week operating and two full days in clinic. Interested candidates should have strong interpersonal skills and be eager to use their leadership skills to grow our oncology program. You should also possess excellent surgical skills and have an interest in participating in tumor boards. This practice does a high volume of chemotherapy infusions at our 22-chair OPIC located on site.

The Bon Secours Cancer Institute provides a wealth of experience and resources through the synergy of five acute-care hospitals, two freestanding outpatient radiation oncology centers, five outpatient infusion centers, and the Cullather Brain Tumor Quality of Life Center. We offer patients the best possible outcomes with the integrated clinical support of pathology and radiology, surgical oncology, medical oncology and radiation oncology, as well as additional support from home care, hospice, and palliative medicine. State-of-the-art technologies include: brain labs for the treatment of brain tumors, Trilogy Treatment System for conventional and stereotactic radiation therapy, Varian Linear Accelerators with GE CT simulators, Mobile PET/CT services, and breast MRI, 3-D and digital mammography.

What we offer our physicians:

Competitive compensation packages that include base salary, productivity incentives, a full range of benefits, sign-on bonus, and relocation assistance
Fully-integrated Epic EMR used in both the ambulatory and acute care settings
Opportunities for involvement in various physician-led committees

About Richmond

The greater Richmond area has a population of 1.3 million and provides easy access to the amenities of a large urban setting as well as an easy commute for those seeking a more rural lifestyle. Within two hours of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Atlantic Ocean and Washington D.C., Richmond is uniquely situated within Central Virginia. It is home to the State Capital, Washington Redskins Training Facility, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and countless cultural, food, and music festivals. The area offers a wide range of entertainment, recreational, and leisure activities usually found in much larger cities. Richmond consistently ranks as one of the top places in the country to live, work, and play!