Academic Chief of Surgical Oncology Opportunity in Southern California

Division of Surgical Oncology Loma Linda University

Academic Chief of Surgical Oncology Opportunity in Southern California Assistant/Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Surgical Oncology Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group, The Department of Surgery, Division of Surgical Oncology is seeking an academic surgical oncologist to lead the Division of Surgical Oncology. The Division of Surgical Oncology encompasses complex general surgical oncology, colorectal surgery, breast surgery, and endocrine surgery faculty in a Commission on Cancer accredited academic cancer program. The division offers one of four ACGME accredited Complex General Surgical Oncology Fellowships in California and is one of only three institutions West of the Mississippi River with ACGME training programs in the “big three” of cancer—surgical oncology, medical oncology, and radiation oncology. The Chief will oversee a variety of practice settings including: a brand new tertiary academic medical center at an AACI emerging Cancer Center moving toward NCI designation, a Veteran’s Affairs Healthcare facility, a safety net hospital, and a community cancer program. All with a total access to 8 robotic platforms.Applications are sought for eligible faculty appointment at the associate or full professor level with appropriate board certification and licensure. The ideal candidate should have a track record of excellence in leadership in clinical and/or basic science research, patient care, and education in the area of cancer surgery. This role will have ultimate responsibility for clinical quality and improvement and oversee research and education in the Division. As a leader in the field of cancer surgery, the Chief of Surgical Oncology will be actively engaged in ongoing clinical and basic scientific investigation throughout the Loma Linda University Cancer Center. The Division of Surgical Oncology provides comprehensive cancer care to a diverse population of 4 million people in Southern California, located between Los Angeles and Palm Springs in an area known as the Inland Empire. Nestled at the foot of the San Bernardino Mountains, we have convenient access to beach cities, skiing, hiking and a variety of other outdoor activities. This region also has excellent private and public-school systems. This opportunity is not eligible for a J1 Waiver. Interested candidates, please send your CV to: Kaitlin Rice Recruitment Specialist

Interested candidates, please send your CV to: Kaitlin Rice Recruitment Specialist [email protected]