We help place practicing oncologists and related specialists at practices affiliated with The US Oncology Network. We also help our affiliated practices offer fellowships and residencies for doctors interested in completing their training.
Oncologists and Related Specialists
As an oncologist or related specialist, you are committed to giving your patients the best possible care while advancing the science of cancer care. We’ve built an entire network to help you get there. When you join one of The Network affiliated practices, you’ll have access to the latest treatment technology, the chance to participate in clinical trials, and the opportunity to influence national research and public policy directions. Best of all, you can collaborate with more than 1,000 other physicians to develop and share best practices and advance cancer care across the country.
Fellows & Residents
When completing your fellowship or residency, you’ve got a big decision to make: Do you go for the rewards of private practice, the dedication of clinical research, or the excitement of working on leading edge advances in care? The US Oncology Network can give you all three — in a community practice environment that supports your professional growth.
The Network practices treat over 750,000 cancer patients each year. We support nearly 70 integrated cancer centers nationwide. Our research has played a role in developing more than 50 of the most of the recent cancer therapies approved by the FDA. We’re innovating in all areas of cancer care, from electronic health records to clinical pathways to safe pharmaceutical distribution. Fifty percent of graduating oncologists who go into community oncology choose our network. Join them and accelerate your career.