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originated in 1976 as Nashville Oncology-Hematology, PC, formed from the solo practice of Stuart Spigel, M.D. Since then,
has become one of the largest physician-owned oncology practices in the country.
has grown by adding community-based clinics to better serve the area's growing population. Always remaining true to its philosophy of patient-focused care,
has strategically expanded its services to meet the needs of patients and their families.
Tennessee Oncology offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including Major Medical, Dental, and Life, Disability Insurances and a 401(k) /Profit Sharing Plan.
To be considered for a position with Tennessee Oncology, please submit a resume along with salary requirements to Human Resources. When sending your resume please include the job code tnonc as well as the job title you are interested in. Resumes can be submitted via email, mail or fax.
Caring for cancer Patients is a
Tennessee Oncology provides the highest quality of care and service to our patients and employees as well as advances the science of cancer care through the development of innovative treatments and clinical trial participation.
We recognize that the needs of every individual patient come first.
We are defined by how we care for people.
We rely on integrity, strength, ability, and surety in how we care for patients and treat each other.
We value the contributions of all, blending the skills of individual staff members in unsurpassed collaboration.
We maintain respect for others, and a sustaining commitment to working together.
We take responsibility for our actions, behaviors, and performance.
We believe in shared accountability “What can I do to contribute?” or “What can I do to make things better?”
We promote new directions by example and advocating for a better way.
We enhance the lives of those we serve through the creative ideas and unique talents of each employee.
We explore creative ideas that have the potential to change the world of cancer care.
We believe in the best possible outcome.
Cancer is the general name for more than 100 diseases characterized by uncontrolled cell growth. Whereas normal cells follow a path of growth, division and death, cancer cells continue to divide when new cells are not needed. Uncontrolled cell growth leads to a mass or growth of tissue that is called a tumor (except in the cancers known as leukemia where cancer interferes with normal blood function by abnormal cell division in the blood stream).
Not all tumors are cancerous. Benign tumors are not cancerous. They can be removed, and in most cases do not come back. Malignant tumors are cancerous. These malignant cancer cells can enter the bloodstream and spread throughout the body invading and destroying healthy tissue. This spreading from one part of the body to another is called metastasis.
Cancer is named for the place where it started. Different types of cancer behave differently, so cancer that has metastasized is still named for its place of origin. For example, if breast cancer spreads to the liver, it is called "metastatic breast cancer," not liver cancer.
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