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This category includes medical and executive directors and cancer program administrators, as well as vice president of oncology services and director of business development.

Director (Medical Oncologist), Cancer Risk & Prevention Clinic, Portland, Maine

Posted: 10/31/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

The Maine Medical Center Cancer Institute (MMCCI) is seeking a full-time medical oncologist to serve as Director of the Cancer Risk and Prevention Clinic (CRPC), which provides essential leadership and service throughout our rapidly evolving MaineHealth Cancer Care Network (MHCCN) and the State of Maine. This physician leader must have demonstrable expertise in predictive and preventive oncology and especially cancer genetics risk assessment and counseling. Additional expertise in molecular oncology is also highly desirable and would add enormous value to our organization. Contemporary comprehensive cancer programs are growing within the MHCCN with an expanding cancer risk program and a newly launched initiative focusing on precision medicine and specifically cancer genomics. There may also be opportunities to participate in the evolving Maine Cancer Genomics Initiative (MCGI) led by the Jackson Laboratory in partnership with the Maine Medical Center Research Institute. Training and experience in health services research is desired, but not required. Appointment on the faculty of Tufts University School of Medicine and participating in the Maine Track program are expected as well.

The MMC Cancer Risk and Prevention Clinic is an outpatient service that gives primary and specialty care physicians and patients access to state-of-the-art cancer risk assessment and prevention services, particularly for hereditary risk assessment and counseling. The clinic provides hereditary risk assessment and counseling for all types of adult-onset cancers including: colon, breast, ovarian, pancreas, kidney, prostate and skin as well as less common tumors and pediatric cancers. The clinic also supports several telemedicine clinics to expand services in the more rural areas within the MHCCN. Patients and families are referred to the clinic from throughout Maine and parts of New Hampshire.

Key Responsibilities:

The desired candidate will provide leadership and direction for our growing cancer risk assessment program, attend clinic 3-days per week, and staff telemedicine clinics. The program currently supports 24 full-time and one part-time cancer genetics counselors, with plans to add two more full-time counselors in the next year. The candidate will apply skills to: promote cancer prevention and control by integrating assessment of cancer susceptibility and oncology knowledge into clinical practice; recommend risk-appropriate options for cancer surveillance and prevention as part of comprehensive cancer risk assessment, including imaging, chemoprevention and surgical interventions; understand the medical, legal, and psychosocial ramifications of hereditary cancer susceptibility counseling and testing; demonstrate familiarity with the roles and practical issues of clinical research that are related to Human Subjects Protections, Informed Consent, Institutional Review Board and HIPAA; provide resources and information on current hereditary cancer registries, cancer epidemiology, and cancer prevention studies to patients and professional colleagues; provide research training and support by participating in collaborative institutional and multi-institutional research activities; incorporate web-based resources into ongoing practice-based education, professional development, and research network support; support and promote primary and continuing medical education in predictive and preventive oncology at local and regional levels; support and promote public education in predictive and preventive oncology at local and regional levels; and provide expertise in the evolving field of cancer genomics to support local and regional precision medicine initiatives.

About Us:

Situated on the Maine coast, Portland offers the best of urban sophistication combined with small-town friendliness. The area provides four season recreational opportunities, such as skiing, hiking, sailing, and miles of beautiful beaches. Just two hours north of Boston, this is an exceptionally diverse and vibrant community.

Contact Information:

For more information, please contact Alison C. Nathanson, Director, MaineHealth Physician Recruitment Center at (207) 661-7383 or


Director of Finance, Epic Care, Antioch, California

Posted: 10/31/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

Epic Care is seeking a Director of Finance to join our multi-specialty practice with operations across the East Bay area of Northern California. This high-energy position requires an individual that welcomes a challenging, long-term opportunity. The abilities to multi-task and adapt to a dynamic business environment, and the possession of strong senior management skills and significant successful experience are critical to this position.

The Director of Finance who serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team, directs the management of Epic Care's Finance, Accounting and Financial Analytics operations as guided by Executive Management and published Deliverables, Policies and Procedures as well as GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) to ensure effective finance activities, including precise accounting, adherence to budget, financial reporting and analysis and cross-departmental communication, to ensure maximum overall practice efficiency, cost effective operations and overall profitability.

Creates, performs and interprets financial and analytic reporting as required by the Deliverables system, to provide financial measurements and analysis of all elements of the organization ranging from revenue, costs, margins, contribution to Fixed overheads, etc. for Executive Management. Utilizes and suggests new metric-based measures for use in the development of business and operational planning and supporting execution of the growth and M & A strategies. Responsible for creating Budget and managing all elements of the Finance and Accounting department ranging from Payroll, A/P, Procurement and Internal Controls per industry standard. Continually evaluates departmental methodologies to ensure the highest levels of financial performance for all service lines, sites, and units. Brings best market practices that create a culture of high level of metric based performance that is efficient, cost effective and scalable to support the growth plans.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Implements, enhances and maintains the Finance department plan, and recommends changes to the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), Executive Committee (Exec) and CAO.
  • In conjunction with CAO and Exec, aid in the development and modification/restructuring of the respective departmental policies, procedures and processes to facilitate attaining the goals of the organization from financial performance, margin contribution, costs containment, and creating and living within budget perspective.
  • Directs the development and implementation of departmental procedures and controls to ensure their adequate execution, compliance, and updates; including the establishment and maintenance of internal controls and audits.
  • Evaluates general and specific practice conditions as they relate to departmental issues and advises the CEO and Exec via written / oral reports.
  • Participates in the identification of opportunities for the development of systems (both manual and automated) to properly support the Finance and Accounting, including but not limited to COA, Asset Control, Financial Reporting, Service Line P&L, and Management / Metrics reporting.
  • Ensures effective departmental financial information is readily available to the practice to populate Metric driven evaluation. Develop and maintain COA and other informatics systems to ensure ease of data extraction and availability in a flexible and industry standard methodology, using commercially available tools and techniques.
  • Oversees Finance Department operations, and guides Controller on issues related to workload/overtime, vacation requests, performance evaluations, employee development, and all other Finance department staffing issues.
  • Serves as a backup resource and mentor on financial, accounting, capital expense, procurement front to the departmental leaders. Enhances existing developmental plans and monitors programs for follow-up.
  • Provides first line, hands-on creation, maintenance, and reporting of various departmental deliverables reports, spreadsheets, and databases; where appropriate and as directed by Exec and CAO.
  • Produces annual budget for the organization, provides information to management related to monthly budget comparison, and identifies opportunities for cost containment. Supports and advices on Capital and Budgetary positions for each site, and service line by guiding and supporting their leaders on an annual basis.
  • Serve on the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and the Management Committee (MC) as the representative of Finance and Accounting and works closely with related departmental Directors through the ELT and MC.
  • Ensures the timely preparation and accuracy of all the financial reports, statement and associated narrative, for presentation to Executive Committee, and for monthly reports for Board of Directors of Epic Care.
  • Ensures the timely preparation and accuracy of the Physician Compensation Reports and Business Intelligence Reports for the practice and its Service Lines; and under direction of the Board, implement modifications as required in a timely and accurate fashion. Where appropriate, works directly on these deliverables to ensure timely and accurate delivery.
  • Oversees the areas of general ledger, accounts payable, non-medical accounts receivables, fixed assets tracking, banking and in conjunction with the Director of HR, the practice payroll and employee tracking systems.
  • As directed by the ELT, design and manage the effort to properly produce service line P&L statements, including revenue recognition and expense allocation.
  • Create Best Practices for Audits and Controls for the Finance & Accounting department. Design, Implement and Manage Procurement process for the organization where the stated goals of these functions are secured.


  • Masters level education in health care finance or a related field and/or suitable experience.
  • 5+ years' in a senior level finance position, preferably in a large private practice environment.
  • Familiarity with Oncology, Surgery, Internal Medicine and Primary Care a plus.

Skills and attributes:

  • Results-oriented, with history and a high expectation of success.
  • Creative problem solving talent.
  • Ability to develop and maintain close working relationships with the staff, physicians, and practice management.
  • Facility in direct motivation, feedback, and guidance.
  • Attentive to effective and efficient implementation of projects that vary in scope.
  • Wide range of skills and talents.


Medical / Dental / Vision/401(k) available. Competitive compensation package available commensurate with experience.

About Us:

Fighting cancer involves mounting a heroic effort to reach a cure. The process is formidable and, at times, frightening. It requires a strong, focused commitment from our entire team. Everything about our practice and the way we provide our care is aimed at taking the fear and the unknown away, while we provide the most progressive, thorough and caring treatments available.

Our name says it all: Epic Care - Partners in Comprehensive Care.

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Chief Operating Officer, New England Cancer Specialists, Scarborough, Maine

Posted: 10/18/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

  • Chief Operating Officer executive management position responsible for keeping multiple sites and departments aligned and productive through planning/project management, directing practice operations, and continuous improvement at New England Cancer Specialists. Will actively participate in developing the strategic plan, budget plan, operation plan, and project plans for our highly successful private medical group practice. This leadership position will be primarily located in our Scarborough, Maine office.
  • The role of COO is to execute the strategic plan, working in partnership with the CEO to foster new opportunities and work on external initiatives. Will identify and mitigate the impact of strategies and plans on upstream and downstream areas, collaborate with department leaders, and lead staff in making changes for improvement to increase patient satisfaction and workflow efficiency. Is responsible for the development and implementation of policies, procedures, systems and budgets. The COO will manage and is accountable for the overall performance of clinical operations across departments.

Click here to learn more about this exciting opportunity.

About New England Cancer Specialists:

New England Cancer Specialists is looking for a Chief Operating Officer to join our team. Our practice, of oncologists and hematologists representing nearly 50% of the cancer specialists in Maine, who provide to patients and their doctors access to excellence in medical care and information across the spectrum of cancers and blood disorders. You will be joining an organization that practices in three locations with state-of-the-art cancer facilities, access to clinical trials, and patient focused approach.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • This is a full-time position and includes a generous compensation and benefits package. The successful candidate will have a Master's Degree in Business Administration, or Health Care Administration. We are looking for someone with a minimum 10 years of health care management experience of at least senior-management level, with demonstrated success in strong project management experience, and is able to to analyze financial & operational results and to comprehend forecasting models. Demonstrated ability to identify inefficient or non-compliant processes, and implement measurable process improvement, and ability to develop and facilitate quality improvement projects/teams utilizing various quality tools, is also required.

Portland, Maine is consistently rated among the "Best Places" lists by entities such as and Parenting Magazine. Our seacoast haven is within two hours of Boston, and the lakes and mountains regions of both Maine and New Hampshire, offering something for everyone. Portland offers many cultural and social activities as well as exceptional school systems to contribute to a rich and balanced lifestyle.

If you're looking for a practice where one can work collaboratively to provide cancer patients access to excellence in medical care and information across the spectrum of cancers and blood disorders, look no further. Welcome to New England Cancer Specialists!

Contact Information:

Janet Basile, HR Director
New England Cancer Specialists
100 Campus Drive, Suite 108, Scarborough, ME 04074


Director, Comprehensive Cancer Center, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, Texas

Posted: 10/04/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) is commencing a national search for a distinguished physician scientist and visionary leader to build and direct a comprehensive cancer center at UTHealth. The Director will join one of the top research universities in the world, notable for its accomplished centers and schools focused on the life sciences. Together with renowned faculty and staff and our hospital partner, Memorial Hermann Health System, the Director will develop and execute a strategy that positions UTHealth to lead in the next generation of cancer care, prevention and discovery.

UTHealth is in an ideal position to make meaningful breakthroughs in the field of cancer research, pioneering areas such as human genomics, precision medicine and bioinformatics, cancer imaging, community engagement, and improved population health and clinical care. UTHealth is composed of six schools that include the McGovern Medical School, the School of Public Health, School of Nursing, School of Dentistry, Schools of Biomedical Informatics and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Collectively, these schools partner together to address the most important clinical problems in our society and collaborate to educate the next generation of health care providers and research leaders. Located in the Texas Medical Center, UTHealth clinicians and researchers have unprecedented access to patient populations and clinical data that will enhance efforts to facilitate new discoveries and improve cancer care.

The successful Director will be immersed in this unique environment and will take well-established basic and translational research programs, programs in cancer prevention and clinical oncology and coalesce them into a comprehensive cancer center that will serve as a resource for the greater Houston and Southeast Texas areas. In particular, the Director will be expected to:

  • Develop a unifying vision for the cancer center
  • Grow the clinical impact of cancer care at UTHealth and its hospital partners
  • Educate, recruit, and retain the next generation of cancer leaders
  • Coordinate more effective collaboration across UTHealth and beyond
  • Significantly strengthen the Center’s financial sustainability and fundraising efforts

The Director will be given the resources to drive a strategic growth plan to align itself with the visions of the McGovern Medical School, UTHealth, The Memorial Hermann Health System and their respective boards of directors and leaders. The long-range goal is to move a UTHealth Comprehensive Cancer Center forward for eventual NCI designation.

Qualifications and Characteristics
UTHealth will search nationally for the most qualified candidates. While no one person will embody them all, the successful candidate will comprise many of the following professional qualifications, skills, experience, and personal qualities:

  • An M.D., Ph.D., or M.D./Ph.D. in a relevant field and meet the requirements for appointment as a full professor on the tenure track at UTHealth
  • The vision and ability to create and implement a strategic plan for the future of a Cancer Center that is aligned with UTHealth and The Memorial Hermann Health System
  • An outstanding record of peer-reviewed publication and research funding
  • Clinical expertise in medical oncology
  • A track record of participating in the development of training grants
  • Experience strategically recruiting and retaining leaders in cancer research and treatment
  • A track record of supporting collaboration across departments or divisions to unite diverse stakeholders around a shared vision
  • Successful experience mentoring and facilitating the research of junior faculty; someone who feels comfortable showcasing the talents of others, and who has the ability to recognize high-potential individuals and develop this talent
  • Deep commitment to the development of a professional environment that supports equity and diversity
  • Proven financial management skills; the ability to advocate on behalf of the financial needs of a unit and to oversee complex budgets
  • Experience as, and ambition to be, an effective fundraiser, the ability to identify and leverage multiple revenue streams
  • A collaborative and communicative leadership style, outstanding interpersonal skills, integrity, warmth, good humor, and a high level of energy

This position is based in the Texas Medical Center (TMC) of the Houston, Texas, area, which is the largest medical complex in the world. The TMC is home to 21 renowned hospitals, 13 support organizations, eight academic and research institutions, six nursing programs, three public health organizations, three medical schools, two universities, two pharmacy schools, and a dental school. The TMC sees approximately 7.2 million patient visits annually. Houston’s mix of international diversity and Southern charm help make the nation’s fourth largest city a fun and family-friendly place to live. More than 145 languages are spoken in Houston, the third largest number of languages spoken in a U.S. city behind only New York and Los Angeles. Houston was ranked among the top places to visit in 2015 by the Boston Globe, Travel + Leisure, and Conde Nast Traveler. 77030, the Texas Medical Center zip code, is home to 21,000 physicians, scientists, researchers, and other advanced degree professionals in the life sciences. To learn more about Houston, see

Contact Information:

Click here to apply online.

UTHealth is an EOE/AA employer. UTHealth does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status or any other basis prohibited by law or university policy. EOE/M/F/Disabled/Vet.


Director Radiation Oncology, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, Oregon

Posted: 10/03/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

Director of Radiation Oncology—Portland, Oregon.

At Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) some of the most brilliant minds in the country collaborate to provide high-quality and innovative care, explore new frontiers, educate tomorrow's health professionals and improve the community's health through extensive outreach. The knowledge developed at OHSU is quickly translated into new cures and new ways to prevent disease. As Portland's largest employer, with more than 16,000 employees, OHSU is able to offer services and community support activities not found anywhere else in the region.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Director of Radiation Oncology in Portland, Oregon. The OHSU School of Medicine, OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and OHSU Healthcare, is a three-part mission dedicated to excellence in patient care, academic/scholarly discovery and health services research and education. This position provides leadership and support for Radiation Oncology services, including supporting the goals and strategic objectives of the department's academic, teaching, and professional practice missions. The ideal candidate will be a thoroughly seasoned professional with progressive levels of leadership responsibility, and tangible financial, business development, faculty development, and health care operations experience.

Qualified candidates will have:

  • Master's degree in Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field
  • 7-10 years clinical management practice experience or equivalent combination of education, experience and training
  • Prior experience successfully managing professionals in a complex, multi-faceted health care clinic operation
  • Demonstrated fiscal management, business development, strategic planning and project management experience

Preferred qualifications:

  • Radiation Oncology experience
  • Clinical Experience
  • Experience in a matrix management environment, preferably in an academic setting
  • 3 additional years of clinical management practice experience in an oncology setting

For additional information and to apply please see job # IRC61967 Oregon Health & Science University values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. OHSU provides reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. We are proud to be an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization.

We provide a highly competitive compensation package that includes comprehensive medical/dental/vision plans, a retirement plan with a generous employer contribution, tuition discount and other staff development plans.

Contact Information:, Job ID IRC61967.


Director, Patient Care Services—Oncology, Sentara Healthcare, Hampton, Virginia

Posted: 9/26/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

Sentara Healthcare is seeking an experienced executive to lead our cancer network in Hampton Roads, Virginia.

Leads, directs and manages high performance teams with accountability for operations, quality, customer service and success of assigned departments and product lines. Areas of responsibility are high volume and/or have significant strategic and financial impact on current and future success of Sentara Hospitals. Responsible for the coordination of the delivery of high quality services which meets or exceeds customer expectations. Coordinates the development, marketing, and strategic planning of new and existing services across multiple hospitals. Contributes to the department or product line successes through achievement of System, Hospital and divisional goals. Sets the vision and culture, builds ownership and process improvement for sustainable value added services. Provides leadership and administers fiscal, Corporate and human resource policies and practices in a multi-skilled, multi-functional environment.

Master's Level Degree and 5 yrs directly-related experience or Bachelor's degree with 7 yrs directly-related experience will be considered. Minimum of 3 yrs recent large-scale oncology leadership experience strongly preferred.

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System Director, Oncology Service Line, Central Maine Healthcare, Lewiston, Maine

Posted: 9/11/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

Central Maine Healthcare in Lewiston, ME has retained Witt/Kieffer to aid in the recruitment of a System Director, Oncology Service Line.

Central Maine Healthcare (CMH) is a 3-hospital system based in Lewiston, Maine anchored by Central Maine Medical Center, a 200-bed tertiary care facility, level 2 trauma center, and offering robust tertiary services. Additionally, Bridgton Hospital and Rumford Hospital are two thriving critical access hospitals.

CMH also supports the Central Maine Heart and Vascular Institute, located at CMMC. Central Maine Medical Group (CMMG) is a primary and specialty care organization, comprised of over 400 providers with 84 clinics serving 17 communities throughout Maine. The vast majority of physicians practicing within CMH are employed by CMMG. Providers are currently on a variety of compensation models. Combined, the three hospitals and medical group serve a region from northeastern New Hampshire to Maine’s Kennebec County. With approximately $500 million in net revenues, CMH is serving some 400,000 people living in central, western and mid-coast Maine and has over 4,000 dedicated employees serving those patients. As CMH celebrates its 125th anniversary, the priority is innovation and dynamic leadership, in order to continue the quality and trusted care the communities have come to expect.

CMH is seeking an experienced, bold and operationally sound healthcare leader to serve as System Director, Oncology Service Line for Central Maine Healthcare. This is an exciting time to be joining the organization, which is going through a strategic and financial transformation with the goal of becoming a more integrated, value-driven organization. Reporting to the EVP, Chief Operating Officer of Central Maine Healthcare, this leader will have oversight of the Oncology Service Line throughout the system. This leader will be responsible for developing and formalizing an integrated approach to oncology throughout the system, as well as creating a cancer alliance network with Massachusetts General Hospital and other entities throughout Central Maine’s service area. In addition to the strategic and operational leadership of the Oncology Service Line, this leader will have full P&L responsibility.

The System Director will identify opportunities to grow the service line by providing the highest quality outcomes and cancer treatment success rates. The ideal candidate will have both an entrepreneurial spirit and track record of developing and growing oncology service lines. He/she will also possess a strong operational foundation and an orientation to detail. This position works collaboratively with physicians, system leadership, hospital leadership teams, and staff to ensure the service line meets its goals and objectives.

The System Director will identify opportunities to grow the service line by providing the highest quality outcomes and cancer treatment success rates. The ideal candidate will have both an entrepreneurial spirit and track record of developing and growing oncology service lines. He/she will also possess a strong operational foundation and an orientation to detail. This position works collaboratively with physicians, system leadership, hospital leadership teams, and staff to ensure the service line meets its goals and objectives.

The ideal candidate for the System Director, Oncology Services will possess significant experience in a complex healthcare environment leading oncology services. Experience in the academic medical center setting is a plus. A proven ability to partner with private and employed oncology groups as well as experience partnering with an academic partner in clinical trials expansion, referrals, and protocol adoption is strongly desired. Financial management and business development, as well as P&L experience in managing a service line is required. Additional information about this position is available in the Leadership Profile at

Contact Information:

To learn more about this opportunity or to make a nomination or referral please contact Thomas Quinn and Melaney Arruda through the office of Melaney Arruda at; 781.564.2629.


Director, Cancer Center, Augusta Health, Fishersville, Virginia

Posted: 8/21/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

The Director of Cancer Center presents an outstanding opportunity to join one of America's 50 Best Hospitals (HealthGrades) and a top 100 Great Community Hospital (Becker's Review). This highly visible leadership role will provide strategic direction and operational administration for this busy comprehensive community cancer center. The Cancer Center is an affiliate of Duke Health and accredited by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer.

Additional Highlights:

  • Augusta Health operates a 255-bed full service hospital, multiple urgent care clinics, outpatient centers, and multi-specialty physician practices serving the Shenandoah Valley.
  • With over 2,300 staff members and 225+ physicians, more than 875 volunteers support this independent, nonprofit community hospital.
  • The Cancer Center provides medical and radiation oncology, infusion, a full array of support services including nurse navigators, a dietician, psychosocial therapy, on site pharmacy and research to include access to clinical trials.
  • The Center is comprised of five medical oncology providers (four physicians and one nurse practitioner), a radiation oncologist and approximately 40 employees.
  • Augusta is located in Fishersville, Virginia, which is located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley and bordered by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Allegheny Mountains. Washington DC is a mere 2.5 hours away, Richmond is 1.5 hours southeast, and Charlottesville, home to the University of Virginia, is 30 minutes to the east.
  • This area is ranked as a top place to live and work for its education system, business climate, and a cost of living nearly 10% under the national average!

Contact Information:

This search is being led by Gallagher MSA Search, Kim Kueser, Senior Consultant. Interested candidates, or those wishing to share referrals, please contact Rachel Bender Meyer at or


Administrative Director, Clinical Cancer Services, Stony Brook, New York

Posted: 7/28/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

Stony Brook Medicine and Stony Brook Cancer Center announce a national search for an Administrative Director, Clinical Cancer Services.

Stony Brook Medicine (SBM), Long Island's premier academic medical center, represents Stony Brook University's entire medical enterprise and integrates Stony Brook's health-related initiatives: education, research and patient care. It encompasses Stony Brook University Hospital, the five Health Sciences schools—Dental Medicine, Health Technology and Management, Medicine, Nursing and Social Welfare—as well as the major centers and institutes, programs and more than 50 community-based healthcare settings throughout Suffolk County. The Stony Brook Cancer Center (SBCC) is one of SBM's highest priorities, integrating all of its missions and representing a highly valued program to its constituencies on Long Island. The SBCC sees 3300 analytic cases of cancer each year.

Led by the nationally recognized physician scientist, Dr. Yusuf Hannun, who serves as its Director, SBCC's research funding and patient volumes are growing rapidly. A new state of the art ambulatory facility, located within the new Medical and Research Translation (MART) building, will support the SBCC's clinical activities and effectively implementing this building will be an important task for the Administrative Director.

The Administrative Director will work as a valuable, creative, and highly energetic team member with the Medical Director and Associate Director for Cancer Center Nursing. She/he's responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) direct non-clinical operations, financial management, and meeting budget expectations for assigned departments and services, service delivery management, and achieve individual, team, and non-clinical operations performance goals. The Administrative Director will work in collaboration with the Clinical Cancer Services Leadership Team and other SBM leaders in Clinical Cancer Services, business development, and strategic planning.

It is expected that while the Administrative Director's scope of responsibilities is comprehensive, the highest priorities for the first 2-3 years will be to lead significant improvement in ambulatory oncology services and to manage the transition of services to the new MART facility in 2017. The former will require working closely with SBM's ambulatory services management and clinical Chiefs and Chairs to improve patient access, referring physician relationships, provider productivity, and efficiencies and effectiveness of ambulatory services supporting the providers in the ambulatory area.

Contact Information:

Korn Ferry is assisting Stony Brook University with this important search. Please forward, as soon as possible, applications or nominations of appropriate candidates to:

Sarah L. Wheeler
Korn Ferry
1650 Arch Street / Suite 2300
Philadelphia, PA 19013

Stony Brook University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. We are committed to the creation of a diverse and inclusive campus climate. We encourage protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, women and minorities to apply.


Medical Director of Oncology, Contra Costa Regional Medical Center, Martinez, CA

Posted: 7/20/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

This position is with Epic Care, a 55 physician Multi Specialty Group with major focus in Cancer Care in San Francisco East Bay. The position will be based primarily at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center, CCRMC; a safety net institution based in Martinez, CA.

It will require providing primarily clinical care, and secondarily cancer leadership, vision, direction, and development of all relevant clinical programs. The person will proactively promote excellence in patient care, customer service, consultative services, and practice efficiency.

The program is an ACOS Certified Cancer Program with Cancer Registry. The institution has a highly regarded Family Practice ResidencyProgram, which will require some teaching responsibilities. Under the direction ofthe President and CEO of Epic Care the appointment will be a leadership position within Epic Care.

The position will be responsible for 70-80% of time for clinical responsibilities and rest of the time will be administrative. Leadership responsibilities include directing, planning, and coordinating all clinical activities and programs of the Cancer Program at CCRMC. Assures clinical activities are efficient, effective, and appropriately support the multidisciplinary, patient-centered clinical mission of the cancer program. Fosters teamwork and creates organizational capacity for innovation, creativity and critical thinking by providing staff with authority, accountability, training, information and resources to achieve their full potential.

It will be afforded a Medical Director of Oncology title at the institution and will perform all functions according to established policies, procedures, regulatory and accreditation requirements, as well as applicable professional standards.

Candidates need to be Board Certified in Medical Oncology & Hematology and have at least 5 years of clinical and administrative experience. Compensation and benefits will be competitive to experience and the market.

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Director, Satellite Nursing Services, UHealth-University of Miami Health System, South Florida

Posted: 7/7/2017SHOW ▼

Job Summary:

The University of Miami is considered among the top tier institutions of higher education in the U.S. for its academic excellence, superior medical care, and cutting-edge research. At the U, we are committed to attracting a talented workforce to support our common purpose of transforming lives through teaching, research, and service. Through our values of Diversity, Integrity, Responsibility, Excellence, Compassion, Creativity and Teamwork (DIRECCT) we strive to create an environment where everyone contributes in making UM a great place to work. We are one of the largest private employers in Miami-Dade County; home to more than 13,400 faculty and staff from all over the world.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • The Director of Satellite Nursing Services is ultimately responsible for effective operational management of the clinics and infusion services at current satellite Sylvester hospital based clinics. This also includes all future satellites. This responsibility includes monitoring and improving the clinical and functional effectiveness based on knowledge and implementation of best practices and adherence to standards set by regulatory agencies and professional organizations.
  • This position will provide strategic and operational leadership for all nursing areas at the satellites. Responsibilities also include physician and patient satisfaction, performance improvement activities, strategic planning, and the development and maintenance of nursing related policies and procedures and nursing standards of care and practice. The director will monitor the activities and operations of the assigned satellites to ensure goals and objectives are met.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Graduate from an accredited school of nursing. Current/valid Florida nursing license. MSN preferred; BSN with extensive management experience considered. Five years recent experience as a clinical director and/or manager. Oncology infusion experience. Experience in an academic center or large complex facility preferred. Strong interpersonal communication skills. Proven track record of building relationships with physicians, direct reports and key staff members throughout the hospital. Excellent English verbal/written skills are necessary. Moderate to advance computer literacy and skills. Excellent presentation skills. National certification appropriate to the area of specialty.

UHealth-University of Miami Health System, South Florida's only university-based health system, provides leading-edge patient care powered by the ground breaking research and medical education at the Miller School of Medicine. As an academic medical center, we are proud to serve South Florida, Latin America and the Caribbean. Our physicians represent more than 100 specialties and sub-specialties, and have more than one million patient encounters each year. Our tradition of excellence has earned worldwide recognition for outstanding teaching, research and patient care. We're the challenge you've been looking for. The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental benefits, tuition remission, vacation, paid holidays and much more.

Please apply to Job#P100009148 at

The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action-Veteran/Disability Employer. Come join us!

Patient safety is a top priority. As a result, during the Influenza ("the flu") season (September through April), the University of Miami School of Medicine requires all employees who provide ongoing services to patients, work in a location (all Hospitals and clinics) where patient care is provided, or work in patient care or clinical care areas, to have an annual influenza vaccination. Failure to meet this requirement will result in rescinding or termination of employment.

The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants and employees are protected from discrimination based on certain categories protected by Federal law. Click here for additional information.

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