Asst/Associate Member for Hematology & Cellular Therapy
Job posting number: #7076892 (Ref:hlj_30229)
Posted: April 13, 2021
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
- Must have Hematology Oncology fellowship and be BMT trained; BMT fellowship not required.
- Must be board certified or eligible.
- Assistant or Associate level, not more senior physician.
- Prefer candidates have academic experience.
- Need to have a specialty focus.
- Preferred: Transplant and cellular therapy and CAR-T, with sub-specialty in lymphoma.
- Requirement for physician to be willing to do allo transplants.
- Expected teaching roles: training APPs and Heme-One fellows; expectation of conducting 1 lectures per month
- Cultural fit important. Candidate should be well regarded in the community. Should have a passion for their work, be motivated and a self-starter. Candidate should have a research focus, but will not have a lab.
- Research, publishing, teaching are key components of what we do, and part of annual evaluation and incentive.
- Myeloid Leukemia (AML and MDS), lymphoma, myeloma are main disease sites seen at MHCT, and HCT and CAR-T.
- Physicians will work 4 clinic days with 1 Admin day per week.
- OP clinic. Expect 13-15 patients per clinic day per MD. Hours 0830 – 1700
- Will conduct 2-week IP rotation every 6-8 weeks.
- Service capped at 25 patients
- 0730 pre-rounding, 0900 round with APPs each with 5-8 patient panel. Rounding takes ~3 hours.
- Take admission calls from ER (on-call 24/7 during IP rotation).
- Will also complete notes and conduct admin requirements rest of the day after rounding.
- On average, expect 1-2 calls per night; some weeks may not get called at all. Calls are mostly consults by phone, often not required to physically go in to hospital.
- APPs are not on nighttime call, but do help with admissions during the day (paperwork and processing), and also conduct weekend shifts.
- Infusion management, weekly Hematology tumor boards, and Malignant Hematology and Cellular Therapy lecture series comprise other parts of the duty day.
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