The philosophy and beliefs of Southern California Permanente Medical Group are rooted in the founding principles of the Kaiser Permanente integrated managed care partnership established in 1945 between physicians and the Kaiser Foundation. That word - partnership - is important. We are a physician-led partnership with a mission to transform the practice of medicine.
At SCPMG, we continue to empower our providers to lead. We understand that our success is made possible through the skills, ambition and leadership of our physicians and professional staff. We invest in our physicians and staff through continuing education, training, technology support and a nation-leading Physician Wellness program. And to further the legacy of our philosophy we are investing in the future: the Permanente Medical School - scheduled to open in 2019 - will train future generations of doctors to practice responsible, ethical, collaborative and fulfilling medicine.
We continually improve the health and wellness of our patients, our physicians, and our communities with our equation of responsible, ethical and effective care.
Join us as we continue to deliver The Answer to Healthcare in America.
About the area The city of Los Angeles offers one of the world's great urban experiences. Opportunities to enjoy pro sports, entertainment, cuisine, and the arts are virtually endless, with the variety to satisfy its incredibly diverse population. Beaches are nearby; mountains and desert are an hour away, and the weather enables year-round outdoor activities.
Working here The Los Angeles Medical Center is the region's largest facility--and SCPMG's largest teaching facility--with a broad offering of primary, specialty, tertiary, and quaternary care programs for a highly diverse patient population. Despite its size, the center is remarkably compact, providing physicians with ready access to interaction and support. Our leadership is dedicated to transparency, and to providing opportunities for others to step up and have a voice. The center's Graduate Medical Education program is another hallmark, along with our established culture of collaboration and accountability. Physician well-being is key: New hires and partners alike will find wellness events, workshops, trainings, meet-and-greets, and other opportunities to integrate, grow, and thrive--all in one of the world's premier big cities.
Board Certified or Board Eligible Radiation Oncologist
Candidates must have completed their residency in an ACGME-accredited radiation oncology program and/or fellowship in an accredited US training program, be eligible for California medical licensure, and have a track record of excellence in clinical care and research.
Candidates must be highly motivated and possess exceptional clinical and interpersonal skills. Candidates must work well in collaboration with our physician colleagues (within our department and across disciplines) and our staff (nursing, physics, radiation therapy, and dosimetry).
The ideal candidates will have research/clinical interests including, but not limited to, Gynecological Cancers , Head and Neck Cancers , and/or CNS malignancies (with specific emphasis in the use of stereotactic radiosurgery). Proficiency in the use of SBRT and IMRT is required for these positions.
Equal Employment Opportunity External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status