Duke Head and Neck Oncology Surgeon Raleigh
The Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences at Duke University School of Medicine is seeking a Fellowship trained Head and Neck Oncology Surgeon (board-certified) at the rank commensurate to experience to join our established and emerging practice in the Raleigh market. This position will have a high volume practice with a focus in head and neck oncology and reconstruction. Candidates would ideally have honed oncology experience and skills, including free flap reconstruction training, and demonstrated abilities to build a collaborative practice. At least 5+ years of clinical experience is required for the position.
Ideal candidates will have a passion for providing the highest quality patient care and the skills to build a tertiary head and neck oncology practice based in Wake County. Hired faculty will have a Duke University appointment including membership in the Duke Cancer Institute, be involved with resident training, and the opportunity to participate in clinical research if interested. The opportunity will work closely with established otolaryngology practices in Wake County and surrounding areas.
The greater Triangle area of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, has a population of more than two million residents that offers diverse opportunity. From urban loft living to suburban and rural family homes with acreage – there are options for every lifestyle. The Research Triangle Park (RTP) lies in the midst of the area, a globally prominent research and development center conceived around the main academic centers – Duke University, University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State University. This trio of leading universities, combined with the RTP, has made the area culturally diverse, economically resilient, and nationally recognized as a wonderful place to live.
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