Baptist MD Anderson Cancer Center in Jacksonville, Florida is seeking an experienced patient-focused, academically oriented colorectal surgeon to develop all components of a colorectal surgery oncology program, including outstanding clinical care, scholarship to include clinical and other research, and continuing and graduate medical education. Baptist MD Anderson provides comprehensive, integrated oncology services in partnership with the nation’s leading cancer center, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Baptist Health in Jacksonville is one of three unique health systems in the United States to be chosen to replicate MD Anderson’s multidisciplinary and proven model and philosophy of care, including clinical integration with clinical trials, all designed to ensure validated quality care for the cancer patient.
The successful candidate will have the skills and experience to establish and maintain an active clinical practice of colorectal surgery, and develop areas of productive scholarship. S/he will possess excellent clinical and communication skills, work collaboratively with like-minded individuals, and have the support necessary for professional growth as a member of our colorectal surgery service.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate a commitment to multidisciplinary oncology care, a level of achievement to warrant appointment as an Adjunct Professor of Surgery at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, proven skills in leadership, faculty recruitment and retention, and a track record of clinical and academic accomplishment. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.
Baptist MD Anderson is an equal opportunity employer who recognizes the value which evolves from a diverse faculty. Interested candidates should submit their CV and a letter describing their clinical and academic interests to: