Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Academic Hematology/Oncology Opportunities
A unique opportunity is available for a BC/ BE Hematology/Oncology faculty member to participate in a dynamic, varied clinical academic environment. The positions has academic rank, from assistant to associate level, and the Department is interested in candidates who are excited to teach and mentor residents. There will be opportunity to sub-specialize in the following areas: Breast Cancer, Prostate, and GI.
This opportunity also offers:
- State of the art infusion center - 25 chairs, 7 private rooms and 3 procedural rooms
- Newly expanded and remodel clinic that offers immediate access to other cancer specialists
- Exceptional work life balance - fellows take first call
- Incorporate clinical, teaching, research and administrative components into your practice
- Ability to participate in clinic trials
- Relocation allowance
- Comprehensive benefits include health, dental, vision, life, disability, and more…
- Outstanding retirement - two plans to choose from, one of which is the teacher retirement pension plan for the state of Texas
TTUHSC is located in Lubbock, Texas. Lubbock is a growing educational, commercial, medical and cultural center. The metropolitan population, in excess of 300K residents of which 30K+ are Texas Tech students, lives in mild seasonal conditions with an average of 267 days of sunshine per year. Lubbock is known as the medical center for West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. As a cozy college town, Lubbock boasts low housing costs, unique restaurants, bars and boutiques, and a drive of less than 25 minutes to anywhere in the city. Lubbock also has great school systems, almost 200 churches of every denomination and over 66 public parks.
The requisition numbers for the positions are 12522BR, 12521BR, and 10330BR (academic appointment/title will be commensurate with experience). Please apply to one of the positions here:
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