Radiation Oncology Job In Fort Smith, Arkansas
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Sparks Regional Medical Center is a 492-bed facility in the 2nd largest city in Arkansas. Ft. Smith, AR offers affordable living, beautiful scenery, and a local airport with daily flights to Dallas and Atlanta. The area is home to Mars Petcare, Kraft-Planters, and Gerber.
Sparks Health System Looking for Passionate Radiation Oncologist ready to make Ft. Smith their family’s new home:
- Employed Opportunity with Established On-site Practice
- Ideal candidate is Ready to Market and Stay Active in the Community
- Service area of over 350,000 patients
- Cancer Support Group and Medical Oncologist are local
- Call Coverage not Required
- All Necessary Equipment Available
- Experienced Providers and New Grads Welcomed
ABMS/AOA Board Certified or Board Eligible with Certification in Process Required
Compensation Package could include:
- Employment Salary
- Commencement Bonus
- Relocation Assistance
- CME Allowance
- Possible Medical Education Debt Repayment Assistance
J1 Visa Assistance Available
Nestled in the Arkansas River Valley, between the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, Fort Smith is Arkansas's second largest city. Located on the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, Fort Smith uniquely combines the history of the "Old West" with the gentle charm of the antebellum "Old South," by offering glimpses into its distinctive past through restorations, attractions, museums and festivals. Modern Fort Smith offers a diverse and stable economic base, an educated workforce, professional medical facilities, award-winning schools, outstanding transportation networks and quality of life.
Sparks Regional Medical Center is a 492-bed hospital that provides comprehensive healthcare services to the greater Fort Smith area and beyond. In addition to an acute-care hospital, Sparks Regional's healthcare services include open-heart surgery, an ambulatory care center, sleep lab, and home health agency. The hospital has been recognized for stroke care and has earned The Joint Commission's Certificate of Distinction as a primary stroke center. With a strong history dating back to 1887 as the first hospital in Arkansas, Sparks Regional is constantly striving to meet the area's growing healthcare needs.