Bone Marrow Transplant - Roger Williams Medical Center - CC
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Bone Marrow Transplant
Roger Williams Medical Center located in the charm of Providence Rhode Island surrounded by stunning coastal shore living invites Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) physicians to apply to an exciting full-time Bone Marrow Transplant Associate Director position within our Leukemia, Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation, and Immunotherapy Program. The Bone Marrow Transplant program, which is fully accredited and internationally recognized by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT), is also a home to the states only blood and bone marrow transplant program. With comprehensive center focus services are provided in autologous, allogeneic (related and unrelated), and cord blood transplant. Roger Williams Medical Center Bone Marrow Transplant Program is also the first in Rhode Island to offer FDA approved CAR-T Cell Therapy Kymriah. You will enjoy working at Roger Williams Medical Center supported with collaboration of a stellar team of Bone Marrow Transplant physicians with experienced interdisciplinary practitioners dedicated to compassionate full-service in and outpatient care. The work schedule is Monday through Fridays with shared rotational call coverage.
Roger Williams Medical Center is a well-respected academic medical center in Rhode Island, an affiliate with Boston University, training physicians of tomorrow with specialized fellowships in Hematology Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Pulmonary Diseases, Geriatric Medicine, Internal Medicine, Podiatry, and Rheumatology. Roger Williams Medical Center provides patient centered care with seamless clinical access to comprehensive services and exceptional physicians, specialists, state of the art cancer treatments, geriatric health, surgical, outpatient, acute care, rehabilitation, home care services, and more.
- Participant in groundbreaking research and treatments.
- Support of a collaborative highly respected team of Bone Marrow Transplant Physicians, fellow care team, along with clinical department leaders, and affiliates partners.
- Promote growth of the established CAR-T cell treatment program.
- Foster supportive mentoring and teaching with the highest standards of quality medical care.
The Associate Director will annually participate in 10 hours of educational activities related to cellular therapy (HPC, immune-effector cells, gene-modified cells, and other cellular therapies). Other activities may include obtaining certified or non-certified continuing education credits such as internal training programs that are specific to HPC transplantation, other cellular therapies, diseases in which cellular therapy is a therapeutic option, and areas of service routinely provided and other areas.
Presentation of Continuing Medical Education lectures in the following areas:
- Scientific meeting
- Publication of manuscripts related to transplant or other cell therapy
- Webinars or on-line tutorials
- Review of pertinent cellular therapy related articles
- Attending annual meetings of various professional societies
- Attendance at Grand Round meetings that relate to HPC transplantation and/or cellular therapy or diseases for which cellular therapy is a therapeutic option
- Attendance at local or regional journal clubs
- Morbidity and Mortality conferences
- Internal presentations and conferences related to cellular therapy or diseases for which cellular therapy is therapeutic option
- Highly competitive comprehensive compensation package including incentive bonus, sign-on bonus, and relocation assistance available
- Robust benefits package and generous paid time off
- CME allowance includes financial value and significant allowance for professional growth
- Malpractice employer paid coverage
- Free easy access onsite parking
- Expert clinical operations and collaboration
- Provider centric executive and administrative support team
- The Program Associate Director will be a physician licensed to practice medicine in the jurisdiction in which the Clinical Program is located and shall have achieved specialist certification or advanced training in one or more of the following specialties: Hematology, Medical Oncology, CAR-T, or bone marrow transplant.
- The Program Associate Director will maintain current licensure to practice in the state of Rhode Island. Maintaining specialist licensure in Hematology and/or Medical Oncology is required:
- Prefer a minimum of two years of experience as an attending transplant physician responsible for the direct clinical management of HPC and cellular therapy transplant patients throughout the continuum of care. Experience can include Fellowships in CART/Immunotherapy or Blood and Bone Marrow Transplantation.