The UAMS Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology along with the UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute is actively seeking a Gynecologic Oncologist to join its established and growing division.
UAMS is the only academic medical center in the state and serves a diverse population of urban, rural, underserved and minority populations. This also allows physicians to care for a wide array of gynecological cancers. This is a well-established practice with a new phase 1 clinic, cooperative and NRG(GOG) group clinical trial participation and 3 DaVinci robotic systems with dedicated block time. Along with 3 physicians, the team also consists of 3 advanced nurse practitioners and state of the art clinical facilities within the UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute. Multidisciplinary services including radiation oncology, dedicated gynecologic pathologist, genetic counseling with onsite testing and palliative care inpatient and outpatient service.
At UAMS we have a fully accredited residency program in Obstetrics and Gynecology with five residents a year, with plans to move toward a gynecologic oncology fellowship in the future. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to participate in both resident and medical student education. The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute is Arkansas’ only academic cancer treatment and research facility. With the overwhelming support of the State Legislature and the UAMS Chancellor, we are well on our way to becoming Arkansas’ first and only cancer center designated by the National Cancer Institute. UAMS is also nationally ranked on the 2022 Forbes magazine Best Employers for Diversity.
Qualified candidates must hold an MD/DO degree from a recognized accredited University (or foreign equivalent) and have completed a gynecologic oncology fellowship program. ABOG Board-certified mid-career applicants as well as ABOG Board-eligible applicants will be considered. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, relocation allowance, malpractice insurance and more. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience and productivity. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are welcomed and encouraged.
Little Rock, Arkansas offers the convenience and excitement of a big city with all the hospitality and charm of a small town.
- Excellent cost of living with median home prices well below the national average
- State capital city with a draw area of more than 800,000
- Refined culture: repertory theatre, symphony, ballet, fine dining, Presidential Library, burgeoning art scene, zoo, well established restaurant scene with locally owned and operated businesses
- Unbeatable natural landscape with easy access to hiking, biking, boating, and camping
- Excellent public and private school options
- Robust and growing international community
- Housing options within minutes of the hospital, including historic homes, condos, new construction, and gated neighborhoods
- Home to a national airport with non-stop flights to 17 major cities
- Mild climate across all seasons
For additional information please contact:
Monique Spillman, MD, PhD
Professor and Gynecologic Oncology Division Director
About The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) is one of the region’s major academic health centers, located in Little Rock, Arkansas, with outreach programs operating in every county and a regional campus in Northwest Arkansas. In addition to our hospital and clinics, UAMS includes five colleges and a graduate school, eight Area Health Education Centers, and seven institutes of excellence. In 2009, UAMS Medical Center completed a 540,000 square-foot expansion, which gives our teaching hospital a total of 514 beds — including 410 adult beds, 30 adult psychiatric beds, 10 pediatric psychiatric beds and 64 bassinets. We have a new emergency department, clinical lab and radiology department along with room to expand other services. Adjacent to the hospital is our Psychiatric Research Institute.