Lee Health is a public, not-for-profit health system headquartered in Fort Myers, FL, that consists of six hospitals. With $1.9B in revenue, a total of 1,426 beds, and over 1 million patient contacts each year, Lee Health is the largest public health system in the state of Florida, receiving no direct tax support. Lee Health enjoys a dominant market share for both inpatient and outpatient services.
The system also includes a large multi-specialty group practice with 570 providers across 77 locations, 2 ambulatory surgery centers, a home health agency, 3 skilled nursing facilities, 7 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC-Las) and 4 urgent care clinics.
Lee Health oncology services are available at the Regional Cancer Center, a comprehensive program designed to coordinate all aspects of care. The Regional Cancer Center consists of two primary areas: Inpatient Services at Gulf Coast Medical Center and Outpatient Services at The Sanctuary.
The Vice President, Oncology Services is responsible for establishing the vision and strategic direction for cancer services in partnership with the Regional Cancer Center Medical Director. He/she collaborates with other organizational leaders and medical staff in designing and providing progressive and innovative strategies to assure quality programs and financial success.
The Vice President of Oncology Services will provide executive level operational leadership including but not necessarily limited to medical oncology, radiation oncology, infusion center, research and surgical oncology operations. This leader will collaborate with the leadership of LPG employed physicians in the strategic growth and development of services provided through the Regional Cancer Center.
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