Locum Tenens | Oncology
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Where Our Oncology Providers Work
It’s More Than Just Hospitals
According to Cancer.gov, in 2019 there were more than 70 designated cancer centers in the United States. With patients missing preventive care due to COVID-19, life expectancy increasing, and innovations in cancer treatment, more hospitals and private practices are opening new oncology facilities.
With more facilities than ever needing physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants/associates who specialize in oncology, Barton Associates continues to grow our client base, offering our locum tenens providers a wide variety of facilities to work at.
Search our open oncology job listings or continue reading to discover all the options you may have when it comes to deciding where you want to work.
Find Your Next Locum Tenens Assignment
WE'VE PLACED NPS, PAS, AND PHYSICIANS (ALL SPECIALIZING IN ONCOLOGY) AT:
MEDICAL & HEALTH CENTERS
Regional Medical Centers
University Medical Centers
Community Health Centers
Federally Qualified Health Centers
Community Health Centers
Hospital Inpatient Units
Hospital Outpatient Units
Critical Access Hospitals
Our Wide Range of Providers
ONCOLOGY PROVIDERS & SPECIALTIES
Barton Associates continues to grow our database of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians who specialize in oncology. To date, our expert staff have placed:
HEMATOLOGY / ONCOLOGY
PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY / ONCOLOGY
As a leading locum tenens staffing and recruitment agency, we continue to grow our database with providers like you. Ready to find a new locum tenens job?
Locum Tenens Oncology Jobs
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR CURRENT OPEN ONCOLOGY JOBS!
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In the early 1630s, Dutch and English settlers founded settlements in Connecticut and the land soon became a British colony. Over time the colonists grew unhappy with British rule. Five years after the American Revolution, Connecticut became the fifth U.S. state.
There’s a reason why the state of Maine is nicknamed “Vacationland.” Maine has 3,487 miles of coastline- more than the state of California! In the summer months, the average temperature comes out to just 70 degrees Fahrenheit, making for a cool and comfortable season.
As the homeland of Native Algonquin tribes, the landing site of the infamous Mayflower, and one of the original 13 colonies, Massachusetts is overflowing with history. But whether you’re a first time visitor or a lifelong resident, the Bay State always has something new.
During the revolutionary period it was the third state to ratify the United States Constitution, and later was the final northern state to outlaw slavery. Today, New Jersey is known for its industry, diversity, and major transportation networks.
The city hosted the First Continental Congress, the signing of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution, and was even temporarily the capital of the United States. Everywhere you go in Pennsylvania, there’s history just around the corner.
It’s time to escape to the Green Mountain State! French colonist Samuel de Champlain gave this area the name Verd Mont, directly translating to green mountain. Today, we know it as simply Vermont. Vermont is a gorgeous place to live and work, and it’s also filled with hidden gems.
The 13 northern and southern states wanted a capital that would represent them equally—not too far north or too far south. (In those days, all the states were along the East Coast, from Georgia to New Hampshire.) So in 1790 Washington chose a spot in the middle, right between the states of Maryland and Virginia.
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WE HAVE PAGES FOR ALL 50 STATES!
Visit our locum tenens state travel guide page to learn about all 50 states!