Hematology and Oncology Physician

Karmanos McLaren Flint – Flint, MI

Clint Swope (810) 342-1520 or

Practice Opportunity
McLaren Flint in collaboration with the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute has an excellent opportunity for a Hematology Oncology specialist to join a well-established team located at the Karmanos Cancer Institute in Flint, Michigan.  This collaborative team of providers include two Gynecological Oncologists, two Surgical Oncologists, one Head & Neck Surgeon and a team of Radiation Oncologists. Your cancer care support includes an on-site pharmacy with two Pharmacists, pharmacy techs, on-site lab and two clinical trial nurses.  McLaren Flint is one of two healthcare systems in Michigan offering Proton Beam therapy which sees daily volumes of 30 patients.  The 19-bay infusion center is supported by a team of highly trained nurses.

This position consists of outpatient clinic and inpatient management at McLaren Flint Hospital located within walking distance of the clinic.  Enjoy an active clinical practice and participation in clinical trials with Michigan’s largest cancer care network!  Qualified candidates will be BE/BC.

Additional highlights of the KCI/McLaren Flint Cancer Program include:

The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute is one of 52 NCI designated sites in the US for Cancer Care.  Headquartered in Detroit, Michigan with 16 network sites providing a footprint which covers 46 of Michigan's 83 counties with a catchment area of 6.7 million people. 

Karmanos Cancer Institute and McLaren employed providers enjoy a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits including CME funds, med mal insurance plus tail coverage, health/vision/dental insurances, license/DEA reimbursement and two investment options.

Karmanos Cancer Care makes a difference:

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Facility Highlights
McLaren Flint is a 378-bed tertiary teaching facility located in Flint, Michigan, serving the medical needs of residents in greater Genesee County and Mideast Michigan. McLaren Flint is affiliated with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in its medical residency programs including family practice, internal medicine, general surgery, and orthopedic surgery. McLaren Flint also maintains vascular surgery, health psychology and cardiology fellowship programs in partnership with Michigan State University. The hospital is certified as a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, a Comprehensive Stroke Center (Joint Commission), and a BCBSM Blue Distinction Center+ for Hip and Knee Replacement and Spine Surgery.  Cancer accreditations include American College of Radiology Radiation Oncology Practice Accreditation and the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative, American Society of Clinical Oncology.  McLaren Flint has a rich history of providing high quality, compassionate health care and is also the region’s leader in cardiovascular services, offering more types of surgeries and procedures than any other area hospital. 

McLaren Flint is a subsidiary of McLaren Health Care, a fully integrated health network committed to quality, evidence-based patient care and cost efficiency. McLaren includes 14 hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, commercial and Medicaid HMOs, and a 490-member employed primary and specialty care physician network.  McLaren has 28,000 employees and more than 90,000 network providers throughout Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

Community Living
Flint, Michigan is located at the intersection of 3 major state highways (I-75, I-69 and US 23) and is central to everything loved about Michigan. The Flint Institute of Arts (FIA) is the second largest art museum in the state and the Flint Farmers' Market is furthering the region's local food movement. Flint has a strong tradition of celebrating its residents and those who support the community. The city hosts several annual events, attracting thousands of new visitors, including: Flint Jazz Festival, Back to the Bricks, and Crim Festival of Races. Seven colleges have a presence in Flint, MI, including Kettering University and U of M Flint. The area also provides several preschools, a Montessori, 9 elementary/ middle schools, 2 public high schools, 1 Catholic high school, several charters schools, as well as the Michigan School for the Deaf. The downtown area offers loft and apartment living, while the surrounding area includes suburban neighborhoods, waterfront homes and rural farmland.   The Flint area is experiencing an exciting revitalization, urban landscape expansion and riverfront development which offers something for everyone.

Flint Township, Michigan is located on the west side of Flint.  This area offers access to all the ease and comfort of city living without the stress of traffic jams and a hectic pace.  The Flint Township area is in the center of the retail hub and restaurants are plentiful and reflect the diverse cultural makeup of the population.  Nearby downtown Flint reflects the area's renaissance with art walks, dining options, University of Michigan, Flint campus, the award-winning Flint Farmer's market and the legendary Flint Cultural Center including The Whiting, Flint Institute of Arts, and the newly renovated Longway Planetarium.  Enjoy nearby parks and lakes with endless outdoor recreational activities. New to the area are sports teams which include the Flint Firebirds, a major junior ice hockey team in the Ontario hockey league and Waza Flo, the major arena soccer league which recently relocated its home base to Flint. Located on the Flint River, Flint is located about one hour northwest of Detroit, and a four-hour drive to both Chicago to the west and Toronto to the east. 

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