We are delighted to offer a range of practice opportunities in Hematology and/or Oncology. Please contact us for details.


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Lewes: JUST ANNOUNCED! Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join a growing Oncology practice. Must have one year of NP experience, ideally in oncology, but will consider someone working in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine with some exposure to oncology. New grad welcome if you have significant Oncology RN experience. Join this busy 2-site cancer center and provide follow-up care, assessments, diagnosis, and therapeutic procedures in Oncology and Hematology. You will have a convenient schedule of four days/week (40 hours). For 3 weeks/month, you will be doing outpatient office work – and the last week will be spent doing inpatient consults with new and current patients. Average volume is 12-16 patients/day. This organization currently has a team of 5 Physicians and 1 APP.


Augusta: We invite a sharp Hematologist/Oncologist to join a regionally respected Cancer Care Center and Maine’s newest hospital – a 190-bed regional medical center in the state capital city, just 50 minutes from Portland. This physician-led nonprofit hospital is the area’s largest private employer and Maine’s third largest healthcare system, serving 65,000 people. This is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. Candidates requiring H1b visa sponsorship are encouraged to apply. Join a collegial team of 6 Physicians, 8 APPs and experienced Radiation Oncologists providing the highest quality cancer care for patients in the on-campus Cancer Center. Each physician team is supported by a dedicated nurse navigator and a medical assistant. The practice has a multi-disciplinary tumor board, and expert collaboration in several specialties: ENT, Pulmonology, Dermatology, GI, Colorectal, Thoracic, Gynecology, and Breast Navigators and Surgeons. The Cancer Center has earned many prestigious awards and recognitions including the Women’s Choice Award/Best Hospitals for Cancer Care, Healthgrade’s Outstanding Patient Experience award, Newsweek World’s Best Hospitals award, and Best-in-State Employer from Forbes. This is the base for the Maine Cancer Genomics Initiative, an alliance of the Maine oncology providers, led by researchers at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. Enjoy a convenient and flexible 4 day/week clinical schedule, providing a terrific work/life balance. Call is handled by phone only, supported by 24/7 hospitalist coverage. The parent hospital is home to an unopposed Family Medicine Residency Program, so opportunities to teach residents and fellows are available. This hospital-employed position comes with a very competitive salary plus a significant RVU bonus structure and a cash retention bonus of $100K. Benefits include paid relocation assistance, insurance (medical, dental, vision, life, and disability), paid time off for sick leave and vacations, paid holidays, more paid leave plus a budget for your CME, an onsite daycare facility, your choice of retirement plans with employer matching, and more. Generous medical education loan repayment is available. Augusta is Maine's historic capital city, a growing college town, and a family-friendly community situated in the scenic Kennebec Valley. Entrepreneurs start and grow a variety of businesses here, while students learn in first-rate schools, libraries, and cultural facilities. Augusta’s busy shopping district offers dozens of specialty shops, name-brand and big-box stores, and multiple restaurants. The Civic Center hosts everything from rock concerts to sporting events. Augusta spans both sides of the picturesque Kennebec River, which offers scenic recreation. Enjoy kayaking, whitewater rafting, fishing and hunting, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and more. Take advantage of local hiking and biking trails, award-winning golf courses, and easily accessible ski resorts. This area is marked by picturesque waterways popular with bald eagles. Homes are available in the city, in several communities surrounding Augusta and – a few minutes further out – acreage is offered for those interested. Since this position offers shift work without call, you can live anywhere and commute. The hospital is just two minutes off Maine’s interstate. Portland is easily accessible from Augusta. This highly desirable city features a very active social scene centered in the popular Old Port district of eateries and nightclubs. Hundreds of Portland restaurants serve the finest seafood plus international fare from two dozen regions. Amenities include the convenient International Jetport, exciting semipro sports, scenic harborside dining, galleries and museums, live theater, an acclaimed symphony orchestra, and much more. Boston is 2.5 hours from Augusta. Contact us today to explore this excellent new position.

Damariscotta: We seek a skilled Oncologist to join the medical staff of a respected community hospital in this charming seaside community in Maine's highly desirable Midcoast region, just one hour up the coast from Portland. This is an expansion position designed to offer more capacity and additional services for area residents. You will be employed by a 38-bed medical center that is part of Maine’s largest healthcare system. You will have an important outpatient practice supported by excellent clinicians including an experienced PA, MA and Nursing team, along with engaged leadership. Your practice is based in a modern medical office building right on the hospital’s campus with a new Infusion Suite for Chemotherapy. Enjoy a convenient weekday schedule, sharing call with a per-diem Oncologist and the members of the busy Oncology practice at a sister hospital 40 minutes up the coast. Teaching opportunities may be available via Portland-based residency and fellowship programs, and the system’s involvement with the Tufts Medical School rural Maine track. You will be employed by the hospital and earn a competitive compensation package with a substantial base salary, paid relocation assistance, health and dental and disability insurance, plenty of paid vacation time plus 8 paid holidays, participate in a retirement plan with employer matching, and more paid leave plus a budget for your CME. Student loan assistance is also available! Damariscotta is listed as one of the Prettiest Coastal Towns in Maine! Its home to artists and professionals, working fishermen and lobstermen, multi-generational families, many seasonal visitors, and retirees too. Residents enjoy superb local schools and community resources including a well-equipped YMCA, antique shops, art galleries and other stores, and dining that ranges from cafés to five-star dinner restaurants. You will find many family-friendly neighborhoods here, with options for in-town living, homes with a water view, or a quiet life on your own acreage just minutes inland. Recreational opportunities in this harbor town center around boating, with kayaking and sailing leading the list. Enjoy scenic hiking and biking paths, challenging golf, camping and fishing, and in the wintertime, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling too! The college town of Brunswick is minutes away, offering a big movie theater, big-box store shopping, plus dozens of restaurants and other resources. Freeport is nearby too, with its huge LL Bean stores amidst a variety of outlet shopping, and another great selection of restaurants. Damariscotta is a one-hour drive to Portland, giving you easy access to the International Jetport, the historic Old Port district of clubs and restaurants, exciting semi-pro sporting events, a wonderful symphony, live theater, and much more. Don’t miss out on this fantastic locale! Contact us today for more information!

Portland: We seek a skilled BREAST CARE SURGEON to join the medical staff of a respected 200+ bed acute care, non-profit medical center in this highly desirable city. This is a full time, employed position with a hospital that accepts all patients, regardless of their ability to pay. As part of the state’s second largest healthcare system, this hospital is financially strong. Physicians certified in General Surgery or OB/GYN are equally welcome. Surgeons who have completed a Fellowship in Breast or Surgical Oncology will receive priority attention. This is an Equal Opportunity Employer that priorities the underserved. This hospital offers a great culture and a collaborative team environment that puts an emphasis on work/life balance for their team members. The newly renovated and expanded hospital campus boasts peaceful, healing views, a cafe known for its delicious and nutritious homecooked meals, onsite parking, and easy access for convenient commuting. Join a dedicated, established multidisciplinary team of experts as the third Breast Surgeon in a NAPBC-accredited Breast Center. Practice in a state-of-the-art facility using cutting-edge technology and techniques, including a surgical robot, to provide personalized treatments for your patients. You will focus on specialized care for people with breast cancer and other breast-related concerns. Surgeons here collaborate with medical and radiation oncologists, radiologists, pathologists and others to provide the most comprehensive, compassionate services possible. Interested Surgeons can also get involved with the hospital’s High Risk and Genetics program. Enjoy a convenient schedule of 4 days/week (40 hours). Become part of an integrated health delivery system that proudly seeks and implements no-nonsense solutions to lead the way to a healthier future for the community. You will earn a terrific compensation package that starts with a very competitive salary and a cash sign-on bonus. Comprehensive hospital benefits include relocation assistance, paid liability insurance, health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, a significant amount of paid time off for vacations, sick leave and holidays, more paid leave plus a budget for your CME, and generous multi-year student loan assistance. Details will be shared with qualified candidates. Maine is the #2 Best State for Living and Working, and the #2 Safest State in the US. It’s a terrific place to live and to raise a family. Maine earns the nickname “Vacationland” – a pristine, rejuvenating playground where visitors from around the world spend their leisure time. Experience a fantastic four-season environment with virtually limitless outdoor activities on land and water. New England’s best skiing is in easy reach – and you can enjoy inviting local beaches, scenic trails for hiking and biking, fresh-water and salt-water boating / sailing, cross-country skiing, your choice of challenging golf courses, and much more. Portland is home to half a million people. As one of the most desirable destinations in New England, this harbor town features a thriving social scene centered around the popular Old Port – a bustling district of shops, clubs and eateries. With hundreds of restaurants, Portland is a renown foodie city, winning awards for quality and the diversity of offerings. Enjoy scenic harborside dining, numerous galleries and museums, live theater, an acclaimed symphony, and more. The convenient International Jetport hosts several airlines. Portland is home to semipro farm teams for baseball, basketball, soccer and hockey as well as the state’s largest shopping mall. Regular ferry service to several picturesque islands in Casco Bay launch from Portland. Portland lands on many Top 10 lists including Best Cities for Hipsters, Most Educated City in America, Top City for Empty Nesters, and Coolest Small Cities in America. Locals are proud to be the #3 Best City for Families (Parenting Magazine) and #1 America’s Most Livable Cities (Forbes). Portland offers cultural diversity, highly rated schools, and an incredible quality of life. Portland is 2 hours from Boston – convenient by freeway, or via the popular “Down-Easter” train. Explore this gem on the coast and see what Portland can offer you and your family. Contact us today to learn more about this excellent new opportunity.


Hancock: We seek a talented and compassionate Family Nurse Practitioner to join a hospital Oncology Services department in this beautiful Maryland community 100 minutes NW of DC. Join a team with three physicians plus several nurses and social workers. Work a convenient daytime schedule and hold the role of a consultant, helping facilitate patient and family care goals. You will assess non-scheduled, urgent symptom management issues (fever, electrolyte imbalances) which are currently referred to the ED. In addition, you will assist in coordinating the launch of a Survivorship Program – designed to help cancer survivors live their lives to the fullest after treatment. If selected, you will earn a competitive compensation package that includes relocation assistance, a great base salary, and a full range of hospital sponsored benefits. You will be proud to be affiliated with a new 250+ bed hospital in this picturesque town of just 1600. Due to the geography of the area, the hospital draws patients from Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia, in addition to Maryland. Hancock offers great schools and affordable real estate (with home prices well below the nearby metro areas) as well as a multitude of recreational choices! Enjoy local golf, hiking, fishing, boating, and camping. The historic towpath, which runs alongside the Chesapeake & Ohio Canals, today offers parks and trails with a relaxing atmosphere. The town of Hancock sits on the elbow of the Potomac, and the Western Maryland Rail Trail features more than 20 miles of trails that follow the bends and curves of both the C&O Canal and the Potomac River. This trail is a favorite with families and novice cyclists because it is almost completely flat, affording a pleasant, leisurely ride. Hancock sits at the narrowest part of the state of Maryland where the north-south borders from Pennsylvania to West Virginia are separated by just 1.8 miles of Maryland! Join a crowd in making the annual “Walk Across Maryland” event! Hancock offers a pleasant, small town lifestyle with many local specialty stores and festivals unique to the area – all within two hours of Washington DC, Pittsburgh and Baltimore. Contact us to learn more about this great opportunity and welcoming community!

Rhode Island:

Providence: We invite a skilled Gynecologist / Oncologist to join an important women’s health practice in beautiful Providence, Rhode Island – 45 minutes from Boston! Newly trained physicians are welcome – this rapidly growing program is run by a prominent specialist who is ready to support someone new! Candidates with a J1 or H1b visa are encouraged to apply. Join a multidisciplinary team of caring specialists who work together every day to save lives. You can expect to spend time in outpatient clinical sessions as well as 1-2 days/week in the OR. This program has a strong focus on minimally invasive surgery including vaginal, laparoscopic and robotic approaches. Our client is the main teaching hospital of a prestigious Ivy League University! Teaching opportunities are available to work with medical students, residents and PA students too. Patients are admitted to Rhode Island’s largest acute care hospital, with more than 700 beds. This private, not-for-profit hospital boasts a Level 1 trauma center, a tertiary care referral center, and a host of comprehensive health services for both adults and children. You will be employed with a highly competitive base salary, and many hospital benefits including paid relocation, paid liability insurance, health, disability and life insurance, participation in a range of retirement plans PLUS employer contributions, 9 paid holidays PLUS 4 more weeks of paid vacation, 5 days more days of PTO plus a budget for your CME, and more! Providence was founded in 1636, making it one of the oldest cities in the USA. Today, Providence has a metro area of 1.6 million extending into southern Massachusetts. Known as “the Creative Capital” you will find a thriving arts community and a wealth of educational resources. This is the home of Brown University, Johnson & Wales (school for the culinary arts), and the Rhode Island School of Design, with a remarkable art museum holding one of the largest collections in the country. Younger students may choose between several excellent private schools and a very strong public school system. As one of the busiest deep water ports on the east coast, Providence has thriving industries, and many cultural and recreational distractions too, such as the peaceful Waterplace Park, a modern skating center, a park with a zoo and a botanical center, and a superb Museum of Natural History and Planetarium. Recreational opportunities are all around – with hiking and biking very popular, and of course all types of boating. Providence offers a range of affordable home settings from new condos in the revitalized downtown to welcoming neighborhoods in numerous suburbs – and country acreage not far beyond. Sports fans will love the proximity to nearby Foxboro, MA – home of New England Patriots football – only 15 minutes away. In 45 minutes, you can drive to Boston for the theatre, ballet or a Red Sox or Celtics game… to Cape Cod for a peaceful day of fishing or sailing or antiquing…. or to Newport RI to tour the famous mansions, or enjoy a beautiful beach. New York City is within reach too, 3 hours away. Contact us today to learn more about this excellent new opportunity!


Manassas: JUST ANNOUNCED! Nurse Practitioner invited to join established Oncology practice in Prince William County. The location is 15 minutes N of Manassas, 25 minutes from Fairfax, 30 minutes S of Reston and 45 minutes from DC. This is a primarily outpatient position with some hospital rounding. You will provide primary care, education and treatment to oncology patients. A qualified NP will have 2+ years of work in Oncology and experience managing the physiologic and psychological effects of a cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment.