The fellowship program is a sub-specialty training program for physician following their residency in internal medicine. Geisinger will be one of less than 150 hematology/oncology fellowship training programs across the country.
“Geisinger is excited to be one of the few programs in the nation preparing the next generation of oncologists,” said Joseph Vadakara, M.D., fellowship program director. Studies show that there will be national shortages of oncologists in the near future. We are working to bring the best cancer care to our patients now and into the future.”
Geisinger’s Cancer Institute is made up of multidisciplinary specialists, including fellowship-trained physicians, nurses and other medical professionals. The team works with patients to create a care plan that includes the latest cancer treatments, along with the best in supportive and palliative care.
The fellowship program is accepting applicants for interested board-certified and board-eligible internists to begin training in July. Those interested in additional information should contact Sharon Stroh, program coordinator, at email@example.com.
Geisinger is committed to making better health easier for the more than 1 million people it serves. Founded more than 100 years ago by Abigail Geisinger, the system now includes 10 hospital campuses, a health plan with more than half a million members, a Research Institute and the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. With nearly 24,000 employees and more than 1,700 employed physicians, Geisinger boosts its hometown economies in Pennsylvania by billions of dollars annually. Learn more at Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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