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BWH Radiation Oncology: Multidisciplinary Spine PA/GU/Thoracic PAs Needed


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Hey all,

Hoping to find a PA-C for a med/surg sub specialty position at Brigham and Women's within the spine tumor program.

Ideal candidate would have either NSGY, IR or some Onc experience but we are open to training as well. 

The spine PA position at BWH that is shared between the Radiation Oncology Dept and Neurosurgery/Ortho Spine/Interventional Radiology. Essentially it is a multidisciplinary spine program and your role would primarily be to assist in triaging patients with spine tumors to the appropriate team after multiD discussion (ie to surgery or IR procedure or radiation for XRT),  and then would run an outpatient radiation clinic where you would see consults and follow up who for the most part have or need SBRT for spinal lesions that are non-operable. Most of your time would be spent in the Radiation Oncology Dept but you will spend a good chunk of your initial time training with the neurosurgery/ortho spine teams and IR in the procedure sweet so you have a good understanding of what the treatment options for your patients are and what they actually look like!  

Outpatient clinic hours (40h - 4 10s after initial training period and unlike most positions you wont be working longer hours than posted - yay quality of life!) with holidays off. No call or weekends. Growing the PA program so there is lots of opportunity for growth and leadership if you so desire. 

We also have new positions with GU and Thoracic which are more straight forward follow up clinics with opportunities for research, education, and survivorship clinic within your role if desired (same hours as above)

Message for further questions!

 

Kate Martin, PA-C
DFCI/BWH CNS Radiation Oncology

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