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Radiation Oncologist - New Locums Opportunity in Guam

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    JOB-2813867
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Radiation oncologist will have a range of responsibilities relating to providing medical care to our patients, which include: 1) Examining and diagnosing various types of cancers. 2) Consulting with patients to determine the appropriate course of treatment. 3) Recommending and ordering tests to determine extent of illness or help diagnose condition expected. 4) Expert in the use of radiation to attach cancer cells, disrupting their reproductive process while carefully minimizing damage to surrounding tissue. 5) Documenting findings and treatment regimens and record progress or changes. 6) Coordinating with surgical and hematologist oncologists as needed. 7) Explaining cancer development stages to patients, discusses treatment options and assists in meeting pain management needs. 8) Prescribing treatment regimens for hospital inpatients and outpatients, which may include the use of externally applied beams of radiation or internally applied sources in the form of radioactive isotopes. 10) Ordering or interpreting the results of tests such as laboratory tests and diagnostic images. 11) Attending inpatient consultations in areas of specialty. Would you rather dive with reef sharks in Saipan or surf long, hollow waves in Guam? Retreat to a pristine beach or trek through an untouched jungle? And if none of these sound good, well...the Pacific Islands may not be the best place for you. Looking to reconnect and extend your personal and professional world? Just pick up the phone to get all the details of this assignment.",

Radiation oncologist will have a range of responsibilities relating to providing medical care to our patients, which include: 1) Examining and diagnosing various types of cancers. 2) Consulting with patients to determine the appropriate course of treatment. 3) Recommending and ordering tests to determine extent of illness or help diagnose condition expected. 4) Expert in the use of radiation to attach cancer cells, disrupting their reproductive process while carefully minimizing damage to surrounding tissue. 5) Documenting findings and treatment regimens and record progress or changes. 6) Coordinating with surgical and hematologist oncologists as needed. 7) Explaining cancer development stages to patients, discusses treatment options and assists in meeting pain management needs. 8) Prescribing treatment regimens for hospital inpatients and outpatients, which may include the use of externally applied beams of radiation or internally applied sources in the form of radioactive isotopes. 10) Ordering or interpreting the results of tests such as laboratory tests and diagnostic images. 11) Attending inpatient consultations in areas of specialty. Would you rather dive with reef sharks in Saipan or surf long, hollow waves in Guam? Retreat to a pristine beach or trek through an untouched jungle? And if none of these sound good, well...the Pacific Islands may not be the best place for you. Looking to reconnect and extend your personal and professional world? Just pick up the phone to get all the details of this assignment.

Our benefits

  • Most assignments provide housing, travel and transportation
  • Licensing/Registration and immigration assistance
  • Only US agency currently offering international assignments
  • GMS reps available 24/7 for assistance
  • Member of NALTO
Posted: 2023-01-13 Expires: 2023-02-13

Whether you're a North American or European licensed doctor looking for an overseas locum adventure, or a U.S. licensed doctor looking for a domestic locum assignment, we can help.

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