Sovah Martinsville, a LifePoint Health hospital, is seeking a BC/BE Radiation Oncologist to work in an existing, busy practice. This established practice serves beautiful Martinsville, Virginia and surrounding areas by providing the full spectrum of Radiation Oncology services. The opportunity would exist to work as a private practice practitioner in the community with the hospital's assistance or join the hospital-owned multispecialty group. Martinsville is located in Southern Virginia, with nearby lakes, rivers and national parks offering abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation. At the same time, the area is only a short drive from Greensboro and Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina.
Sovah Health – Martinsville provides residents of Martinsville, Henry County and the surrounding region with a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services at its 237-bed, full service, acute-care community hospital and physician practices. The hospital’s services include the state-of-the-art Ravenel Oncology Center, affiliated with Duke University, and the Julius Hermes Breast Care Center.
Martinsville features ample public and private education opportunities, including nearby Patrick Henry Community College and access to degrees from Old Dominion University through Teletechnet. The city is home to the Virginia Museum of Natural History and the Piedmont Arts Association, which is affiliated with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and offers a performing arts series, ongoing fine arts exhibits and educational classes.
The area is a haven for fishing and water sports enthusiasts. The 3,000-acre Philpott Lake boasts an undeveloped shoreline, and Smith Mountain Lake features 500 miles of shoreline and offers lodging, fishing and big boating. The Smith River promises some of Virginia’s best native brown trout fishing. Fairy Stone State Park offers 4,750 acres of hiking, picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing, tent sites, RV hookups, cabins and camping lodges. Golfers can tee off at four private and two public courses. The Martinsville Speedway hosts two annual Winston Cup races, and the Martinsville Astros serve as a rookie league affiliate of its Houston namesake team. Just 45 minutes west is the Blue Ridge Parkway’s 469 toll-free miles of natural beauty and pioneer history.