Congress must fix 340B to save it from hospital greed.

The 340B program was intended to help uninsured, poor, or vulnerable patients access needed medical care. Unfortunately, it has instead become a profit-generator for hospitals abusing the program to make huge profits! 340B is literally costing us billions of dollars in unnecessary spending by shifting cancer care into the much more expensive hospital setting. Congress […]

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Medical Assistant Hiring Event

Tennessee Oncology is seeking Medical Assistants for our clinics throughout the Middle Tennessee area. Our openings are in the Clarksville, Dickson, Franklin, Nashville, Hermitage,  Lebanon, Springfield, Murfreesboro, and Tullahoma areas. We will be conducting interviews on Wednesday, August 2nd at our Midtown Medical Plaza location in Nashville. Interviews will be conducted from 9:00 am-12:00 pm and […]

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Tennessee Oncology Group Finds Growth Bonanza in Clinical Trials

Andrew Smith | June 09, 2017 Tennessee Oncology was a relatively small practice until 1992, which is when F. Anthony Greco, MD, left Vanderbilt University Medical Center to become its fourth partner. Greco came with the then-radical idea that he could perform more trial work at a private practice than he could at a larger […]

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Even With Cancer Treatment, It’s Still Summer- Find Some Fun.

Find a view and enjoy it – from the shade Enjoy the weather with some time outdoors from shaded, cooler areas. If you can’t find shade, plan your outdoor activities during the early morning or evening hours when it’s cooler outside. If it’s just not summer without the sun, wear loose, light colors, hats and […]

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