There are many positions available in cancer care. One such position is the case manager who serves as the patient’s care coordinator as they go through treatment. They help the patient schedule appointments, get needed prescriptions and their refills, work with their healthcare insurance company, and answer any other questions.
— CTCA (@CancerCenter) January 11, 2018
Other jobs in this industry include anesthesiologists, dermatologists, dietitians, oncologists, nurses, discharge coordinators, endocrinologists, and more. A big hospital that treats a lot of forms of cancer is going to have a lot of medical specialists who have advanced degrees in their particular fields so that they can most effectively treat patients.
To run a hospital it takes a lot more than just medical professionals, though. It also requires customer service reps, marketing managers, office managers, cleaning crews, restaurant workers, and plenty of other positions. It takes a lot of people to operate hospital. A 250-bed hospital, for example, could employ around 1500 to 2000 fulltime employees. Depending on what they treat this number could be significantly larger or smaller.
Lung cancer fighter Jodi Russell and Kendal Hervert, DO, from our Tulsa hospital were interviewed by @KJRH2HD about the latest in #lungcancer treatments: https://t.co/1yowQCFM7w pic.twitter.com/xyf825FSlE
— CTCA (@CancerCenter) December 7, 2017
Cancer Treatment Centers of America is always looking to hire people to work in their hospitals. On their Indeed page they are presently looking for people for a number of positions. This includes needing a supply chain advisor, patient care technician, patient access advocate, customer service coordinator, research analytics specialist, and more.
There are CTCA hospitals in five major cities which is where their employees work. These cities are Zion, Illinois, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Newnan, Georgia, Goodyear, Arizona, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The first hospital was opened in 1988 while the other four hospitals were opened from 2005 to 2012.
CTCA hospitals only treat cancer patients. They treat all forms of cancer from breast cancer to lung cancer to lymphoma. They use state-of-the-art technology to treat their patients. They offer truly personalized care that is based on latest evidence-informed therapies. They also have staff that are specifically dedicated to helping patient’s manage the side effects of their cancer treatments. These symptoms can include physical things like fatigue, nausea, and pain. It can also be mental symptoms like depression that specialists have been trained to help with.
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