Breast Medical Oncologist Opportunity at a Premier Cancer Center

Seattle, WA


Swedish Medical Center-First Hill

Provider Solutions & Development

Swedish Cancer Institute is searching for a full-time Breast Medical Oncologist to serve in their multi-disciplinary Breast Program in Seattle, Washington. This is an ideal role for a thoughtful and collaborative clinician who can expand an ambitious vision of multidisciplinary breast and women’s cancer care. In this position, you will be building on the legacy of robust, compassionate care of cancer patients and their families, in addition to cutting-edge clinical and translational research. A successful candidate will have medical oncology fellowship training and a sterling record of clinical practice with a strong background in clinical and/or translational research. The Swedish Cancer Institute provides access to state-of-the-art clinical trials including, Academic Breast Cancer Consortium, ALLIANCE, NCORP and Genomic profiling registry. There is a long-standing comprehensive breast center database of over 17,000 patients, and the program incorporates fully invested, dedicated breast radiologists and pathologists. Swedish Cancer Institute adheres to a robust multidisciplinary approach with weekly prospective multi-disciplinary breast cancer conferences.

  • Opportunities to be involved in research and mentorship
  • Supportive, collegial environment
  • Focus on breast medical oncology strongly preferred

Where You’ll Work

Founded in 1932, The Swedish Cancer Institute provides access to more than 150 Swedish-affiliated oncologists and oncology surgeons throughout the region. Support services, including art and music therapy, ensure holistic patient care.

Who You’ll Work For

Swedish is a comprehensive health network with a long history of excellence. The Seattle-based system operates five hospitals with more than 1,500 beds, and more than 115 primary and specialty care clinics. Its mission is to improve the health and well-being of each person it serves.

Posted June 15, 2021