Located in beautiful Sioux Falls, SD,The Avera Cancer Institute is recruiting a board certified or board eligible Medical Oncologist with a committed interest and expertise in breast cancer to join Dr. Amy Krie.
Sioux Falls is ranked #3 as Best Places to Practice for Physicians by MedScapes
Responsibilities include outpatient clinical service plus the potential to play a significant role in clinical research and development of survivorship programing.
Avera Cancer Institute's Comprehensive Breast Program
Includes a comprehensive team of breast focused medical oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, navigators, clinical trial research nurses
Includes support services such as genetic counseling, plastic surgery, integrative medicine, dietician, financial counselors, social workers and health coaches
Opportunity for research through the NRG and the industry as well as opportunity for investigator initiated opportunities
Opportunity for clinical faculty appointments with the University of South Dakota School of Medicine
Researched focused clinic incorporating use of genomic sequencing
Program includes a robust multidisciplinary weekly breast conference as well as state of the art technology located in one convenient location.
Innovative and comprehensive technology
The Avera Cancer Institute is the region?s most comprehensive cancer center
The Institute is home to 6 hematologist/oncologists, 3 breast surgeons, 2 hematologists/bone marrow transplanters, 2 gynecologic oncologists, 2 radiation oncologists, 2 integrative medicine physicians, a 24/7 Navigation Center, 3 specialized infusion centers, onsite lab & pharmacists, onsite support services such as disease specific navigators, genetic counselor, patient advocates, social workers, art therapy, music therapy, health coaches and chaplaincy.
Joined the Worldwide Innovative Networking Consortium in personalized cancer medicine in 2016. Precision Oncology for targeted therapy based on sequencing results. South Dakota?s only bone marrow transplant center, located at the Avera Cancer Institute, has performed over 500 transplants. The transplants are comprised of autologous, related allogeneic and unrelated allogeneic using both myeloablative and nonmyeloablative protocols.
Avera is a high quality medical community together with low malpractice rates which makes this an excellent opportunity for an oncologist who would like to be busy from day one.