MD/DO - Physician - Surgical Oncologist
Requisition #: req1832
FTE status: 1
Metro Health – University of Michigan Health is seeking a full time, permanent Surgical Oncologist to join a growing faculty. Opportunities exist for a Surgical Oncologist to practice broad spectrum surgical oncology as well as to allow for future clinical sub specialization in GI and/or hepatobiliary. There is a strong need for an additional Surgical Oncologist to join a growing comprehensive surgical oncology program currently performing melanoma, breast, upper and lower GI and hepatobiliary surgical oncology. As a community hospital within the University of Michigan Health Systems, opportunities for an academic appointment, program collaboration, mentorship and research exist.
About Metro Health – University of Michigan Health
As an affiliate of University of Michigan Health, Metro Health offers the region integrated access to a world class system of leading edge healthcare services with its patient-centric, holistic approach. The 208-bed hospital anchors the Metro Health Village in Wyoming, Michigan, serving more than 250,000 patients annually from across West Michigan and beyond. More than 61,000 emergency patients are treated each year. Sixteen primary care and twenty-three specialty care offices provide services throughout West Michigan. More than 500 physicians on staff provide state-of-the-art treatment for cancer, heart and vascular disease, stroke and trauma. Specialty services include neurosciences, pulmonology, gastroenterology, cardiology, endocrinology, bariatrics, orthopedics and wound care. In 2018, Metro Health was the only Grand Rapids area hospital included among the "101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For" by the National Association of Business Resources based on job satisfaction, recognition, diversity, work/life balance and compensation and benefits, among other things. The hospital is committed to promoting health and wellness through the work of the Metro Health Hospital Foundation, Live Healthy community outreach classes and educational programs. For more information visit www.metrohealth.net, follow us on Twitter @MetroHealthGr and like the hospital on Facebook.com/MetroHealth.
Work Environment Features
Setting: University Affiliated Hospital
Area: Grand Rapids is an active and growing multicultural community with museums, Broadway performances, over 20 craft breweries, professional sports teams and close proximity to the state’s more than 3,500 lakes. Rated one of the best places to raise a family in the United States. Low cost of living and housing costs. Excellent outdoor opportunities, especially water-related.
- Located in beautiful West Michigan
- 15 minutes from Gerald R. Ford International Airport
- Approximately 35 minutes from Lake Michigan
- Supportive community with good public and private schools