The Medical Director of the Community Cancer Center serves in the role of Senior Leadership, which includes participating with the Executive Director in the leadership of the organization. This includes facilitating the fulfillment of the Center’s mission, vision, and values; providing specific direction to the cancer program including a multidisciplinary approach in the care of quality initiatives, adoption and education on standards of care, researching programs and providing professional education, cancer treatment and community outreach.
The Medical Director will collaborate with the Executive Director in the identification, development, and execution of specific organizational strategies; the development, implementation, and monitoring of policies, procedures, and protocols; and works collaboratively on physician relations/education to its referring physicians as well as actively maintaining a presence in the community as a spokesperson and representative of the Community Cancer Center.
There is an expectation the Medical Director will have a minimum clinical practice of 75% effort in addition to the duties within the job description. As the Medical Director for the Community Cancer Center, you will provide:
Community Outreach and Workforce Engagement for Market Growth and Expansion
Board certified in Radiation Oncology.
Have a license to practice medicine in Illinois and privileged to practice at both parent organizations, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center and OSF Saint Joseph Medical Center.
Five years of experience as a Radiation Oncologist.
Maintains current clinical knowledge base and skills.
Knowledge of standards of professional service and regulatory bodies having jurisdiction over the practice of medicine and oncology
Professional and have organizational and leadership skills
Team player who can successfully develop professional relationships
Transparent in communicating with individuals of all levels of training and education.
Comfortable collaborating with the medical community regarding the need for appropriate cancer education and management.
Internal Number: 407
About Community Cancer Center
The Community Cancer Center, located in Normal, Illinois, is a free standing cancer center established in 1999. It is a joint venture between OSF Health Care and Advocate BroMenn Medical Center. Oncology services include radiation oncology, medical oncology, PET/CT scan, comprehensive breast services, genetic testing, community education and support groups for patients and families. Support services include a dietitian, oncology social worker, breast health navigator, chaplain, health educator and a library for patients and care givers.