At the St Joseph’s University Medical Center Hematology/Oncology Program, we believe that learning by serving a diverse patient population in various clinical settings is the best way to prepare for any career in Hematology / Oncology.
- A Strong foundation in Hematology/Oncology
- Serving a culturally and socioeconomically diverse patient population
- Learning in an array of healthcare settings, including inpatient and outpatient environments
- The long-held tradition of St. Joseph’s University Medical Center’s unwavering dedication to caring for the underserved
- Camaraderie amongst all house staff, faculty, nurses and ancillary staff.
We strive to:
- Cultivate a collaborative academic environment that emphasizes clinical skills, scholarly research, and intellectual pursuit
- Recruit a house staff that mirrors the diversity of the community which we serve
- Respond to the dynamic healthcare needs of patients and society across all cultural and socioeconomic boundaries
- Promote mentorship that nurtures both personal and professional growth
- Strike the ideal individualized balance of clinical autonomy and structured learning for each fellow
- Promote an environment of team work, collaboration and patient-centered care