The Division of Surgical Oncology focuses on the surgical management of tumors and especially cancerous tumors. Our faculty operate within the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and are recognized as international leaders in personalized medicine, diagnostics and cancer research. Division Chief Kevin Billingsley, M.D. codirects the hepato-pancreatico-biliary fellowship program together with Susan Orloff, M.D., Division Chief for abdominal organ transplantation.
The duties of this position are in support of the missions and objectives of OHSU, the School of Medicine, and the Division of Surgical Oncology.
Supervision of the division faculty, leading a busy clinical practice incorporating complex Surgical Oncology care, supervision and education of general surgical residents and medical students, participation in administrative committees, administration and supervision of grants and gifts received by the division, monitoring divisional research, supervision of patient care activities.
Education of clinical support staff in their area of professional expertise. Teaching is done through assigned lectures to be given during the course of the year and through teaching in the course of performing their own job by modeling best practices, mentoring trainees, guiding learning through delegating graduated and focused levels of responsibility. Takes a leadership role in education, through the residency or graduate student selection process, evaluation committee, education/curriculum committee, or dissertation committee.
Provision of an outstanding level of professional performance (e.g. quality of investigation for research faculty; quality of clinical care for clinical faculty). Professional performance is delivered in a manner that is compliant with the regulations and guidelines of all relevant regulating bodies (i.e. JCAHO, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, OHSUIRB, NIH, and all other state, federal, and institutional regulatory guidelines). Treats all patients, research subjects, trainees and co-workers with dignity and respect.
May maintain a program of scholarly research activity directed toward improved understanding for the causes, detection, and treatment of diseases. May engage in public service through consultative activities with OHSU and non-University groups as approved by the Chair. Will participate in departmental/hospital administration or leadership role as approved by the Chair.
Doctorate in Medicine (M.D)and postdoctoral training
Board Certified in Complex General Surgical Oncology
Unrestricted Oregon Board of Medical Examiners license
Receipt of medical staff privileges at OHSU
Record of accomplishment in scholarship and service
Record of accomplishment in teaching and knowledgeable of and compliant with all applicable regulating bodies (e.g. ACGME competencies for clinical faculty, NIH guidelines for research faculty)
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