Palliative Care Physician
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
Buffalo, NY, United States
Provides direct patient care, conducts clinical research, provides education and training for activities in the field of Palliative Care; provides clinical care for appropriate patients in all disease stages including the spectrum from chronic disease to end of life; addresses physical, emotional, spiritual and social concerns in an attempt to improve quality of life; provides palliative care by administering medications and treatments, including but not limited to, relieving pain, nausea, difficulty breathing and depression.
Required Education and Experience
License and Certification Requirement
1. License or permit to practice as a Medical Doctor in the State of New York.
2. Possession of or eligibility for a valid medical specialty certificate in the field of Palliative Care.
Education and Experience
Medical Doctor degree and prior full-time experience in the field of Palliative Care.
Required degrees must have been granted by an accredited college or university or one recognized by Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center as following acceptable educational practices.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
Roswell Park Cancer Institute Corporation (RPCIC) and Health Research Inc. (HRI) Roswell Park Division believe that all persons are entitled to equal employment opportunities, and we do not discriminate against our employees, applicants or job seekers because of their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, creed, age, disability, pregnancy-related condition, military or veteran status, marital or familial status, domestic violence victim status, citizenship status, genetic information, individual’s relationship or association with a member of a protected category or any other protected group status as defined by law.
Reasonable Accommodation Request
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Our Core Values
RPCIC and HRI are committed to providing an environment where patients, families, employees and community are treated with courtesy and respect. We support an inclusive environment that nurtures the talents, skills and abilities of each individual to embody and reflect our core values: Innovation, Integrity, Teamwork, Commitment, Compassion and Respect.
Historical Compensation Information Statement
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