Discover your potential
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) offers unique career opportunities to skilled and compassionate individuals interested in clinical and non-clinical roles.
At CTCA® our stakeholders have the ability to discover their full potential because they have the freedom to go above and beyond. As a result, they can achieve greatness both personally and professionally.
Nursing & Patient Care
Nurse and Patient Care roles empower patients by delivering compassionate care that produces superior outcomes and results. They offer advanced treatment options (surgery, radiation and chemotherapy), as well as supportive therapies (nutritional support, naturopathic medicine, pain management, physical therapy, and spiritual support).
Support Services plays a vital role in patient care by demonstrating the CTCA Mother Standard® of Care. Support service roles contribute to the exceedingly high patient satisfaction scores, and provide compassion in ways such as a listening ear, kind heart, warm blanket or even a comforting hug.
Professional roles provide strategic, patient-focused, business support. They are committed to contributing to the CTCA Vision, Mission and Values, Promise and Stakeholder Bond. Professionals provide services to hospital department and stakeholders that directly serve patients and caregivers.
Leadership & Management
Leadership and Management roles ensure CTCA has a healthy, loyal, fully performing stakeholder in every role. They lead the strategic vision, engagement and talent management of CTCA, and partner with front-line stakeholders to develop high performance teams that provide extraordinary service to our patients and caregivers.
Physicians create a multidisciplinary treatment plan based on the unique medical condition, needs and desires of the patient. Our Physicians offer hope and empower patients and their loved ones through our Patient Empowered Care® approach, which is focused on addressing the individual, whole-person needs of the patient.
During our 10-12 week internship programs, individuals are paired with an Internship Sponsor within a department. As an intern, you?ll engage in team meetings, help execute department initiatives, and receive feedback on your work. You?ll observe different leadership styles and gain experience in a fast-paced environment.
Medical Oncology Fellowship Program
CTCA at Southwestern Regional Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, offers a two-year American Osteopathic Association (AOA) accredited Medical Oncology Fellowship program to train the next generation of medical oncologists. Beginning in July of each year, this program prepares fellows to successfully manage solid tumors and malignant hematology in a clinical setting. Learn more
At CTCA, our focus is the patient comes first, and our volunteers extend that effort by directly helping our patients and caregivers. Volunteers spend time with new patients, lead games and activities, and teach sewing, knitting, beading and other crafts to turn waiting time into a positive, beneficial experience full of hope and inspiration.
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