When you join a practice in The US Oncology Network, you get the chance to care for patients in their fight to beat cancer.
Because we’re involved in so many facets of cancer care, you can join the fight in the area where you can make the best contribution — from engaging in new research to managing finances or expanding clinician education.
By joining an affiliated practice, you can be sure that what you do every day is part of a critical cause.
Play a critical support role in the frontline battle against cancer. Across the nation, our Network practices depend on nurses, MAs, pharmacists, lab technicians, diagnostic technologists, business office staff, schedulers and administrators. They provide exceptional customer service through compassionate patient care. They also help to keep offices running smoothly and maintain strategic clinic growth.
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Oncologists and other cancer care specialists are the heart of The Network. We help oncologists — including hematology/oncology, radiation oncology and gynecologic oncology — find positions at Network practices throughout the country. In fact, The US Oncology Network recruits and hires 50% of the oncologists who go into community oncology — that’s 25% of all graduating oncologists.
By joining one of our affiliated Network practices, you gain access to the latest treatment technology, the opportunity to participate in clinical trials, and the chance to influence national research and public policy directions. Best of all, you can collaborate with more than 1,000 oncology physicians to develop and share best practices and advance cancer care across the country.
Affiliated practices also provide fellowship and residency options for doctors interested in completing their training within The Network.
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The US Oncology Network values its employees. Affiliated practices provide benefits, including a variety of health plans, life and disability insurance, and retirement savings plans. Other benefits may also be available, depending on the career option.
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The US Oncology Network is supported by McKesson Specialty Health, a division of McKesson Corporation focused on empowering a vibrant and sustainable community patient-care delivery system to advance the science, technology and quality of care.
Learn more about careers and benefits with McKesson Specialty Health at www.mckesson.com.