Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), is a for-profit national network of hospitals which serve cancer patients across the United State. CTCA uses integrates conventional approaches like radiation, surgery, immunotherapy and chemotherapy to treat various forms of cancer, while also using therapies to manage the side effects like malnutrition, depression, pain, lymphedema, nausea, anxiety and fatigue.The company was renamed Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global, Inc, and the headquarters, which was originally located in Schaumburg, Illinois, was moved to Boca Raton, Florida in 2015.
A wide range of careers is available at Cancer Treatment Centers of America including, but not limited to, physicians, oncologists, and directors. Most positions require an MD, DO, or equivalent, board certification and eligibility for medical licensing in the required state.Some of the positions at CTCA include Nocturnist, a nighttime physician who needs experience working with multiple types of cancer and works with an average of 10 patients at once.The hospitalist will work with multiple teams to manage care plans and provide consultations for patients.
The Interventional Gastroenterologist will need to have training in advanced endoscopy as well as training in ERCP and EUS. A Medical Oncologist will help develop new clinical services and programs while providing training to technical staff on an as-needed basis. A Medical Oncologist will also participate in design and clinical research programs. CTCA offers bonus opportunities in addition to a competitive salary, 401K matching, generous paid time off, paid medical malpractice insurance, a relocation package, wonderful health care benefits for all employees and their families.
— CTCA (@CancerCenter) February 1, 2018