PetCure Oncology, one of the most exciting, innovative and fastest‐growing veterinary oncology providers in the country, is looking for a unique, highly energized, compassionate radiation oncologist to grow with our rapidly expanding team. We are looking for the very best. Be part of a great team delivering exceptional care with the very best technology!
PetCure Oncology is a national veterinary cancer care provider that operates radiation oncology services within market‐leading specialty animal hospitals around the country. Through these partnerships, we collaborate with specialists across services to offer pet owners and referring veterinarians comprehensive cancer care. PetCure specializes in the delivery of veterinary radiation therapy, including stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) delivered on Varian equipment with VMAT technology and on‐board imaging. These treatments are supported by the Eclipse Treatment Planning System and Radialogica plan review software. All SRS patients are treated within the science‐driven protocols established by our Scientific Advisory Board and its Clinical Protocol Committee.
The foundation of PetCure’s clinical offering is PROS (PetCure Radiation Oncology Specialists), a business entity created specifically for radiation oncologists and other veterinary specialists under the PetCure umbrella. Through the PROS network, PetCure clinicians across specialties are able to actively collaborate and share best practices with their peers throughout the country to ensure the highest level of patient care, client support, and clinical learning. PROS clinicians are empowered to be active participants in all clinical decisions, both local and national, and to leverage the strength of the national network to optimize the care and workflow at each individual center.
Primary Responsibility of Radiation Oncologist at PetCure:
This position requires a board‐certified radiation oncologist for a specialty veterinary practice that is expanding its existing radiation oncology service to include stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS). The primary roles of the radiation oncologist are to oversee all clinical care within the department, act as PetCure Oncology’s lead clinician within the regional veterinary community, and actively participate in national company‐wide initiatives. For a full description visit our website at www.petcureoncology.com
- Base salary
- Production bonus structure, which includes consults, treatments, and treatment planning for both in‐market and out‐of‐market patients
- Full benefits
- PTO and paid holidays
- Reimbursement for licensure, dues to professional organizations, and continuing education