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Lead Radiation Therapist - Emory Proton Therapy Center

Job Description:

  • Under the supervision of the Chief Radiation Therapist, the, Sr. Radiation Therapist performs treatment and simulation procedures, and participates in coordinating radiation therapy services of patients receiving radiation therapy, as directed by the Radiation Oncologist.
  • Staff working in this role will provide supervision of daily activities; function as a liaison between the staff radiation therapists and other department team members for efficient, safe and patient-centered care; serves as a resource for team members to facilitate adherence to medical center and department guidelines and processes; provide guidance to staff therapist on technical procedures and operation of therapeutic equipment, and participate in developing therapy section standard work processes.
  • Maintain professional attitude; lead by example.
  • Performs radiation treatment and simulation procedures in accordance with the Radiation Oncologists instructions and departmental procedures.
  • Performs patient positioning and immobilization device construction to promote set-up consistency for daily treatments.
  • Provides thorough documentation of simulation set-up, and procedure information.
  • Prepare and/or administer IV and oral contrast.
  • Perform POCT testing for pregnancy, and in preparation for IV contrast administration.
  • Operate CT simulation unit, and supporting equipment; Power injector, gating, model construction equipment.
  • May assist in special procedures including HDR; Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Implants.
  • Prepares treatment room and equipment for patient according to the prescription and simulation, including placement of immobilization devices, setting of treatment devices, verifying parameters and any protection devices.
  • Evaluate images for technical quality, and proper positioning.
  • Ensure charges to patients for services rendered are accurately recorded.
  • Performs initial set-up checks to facilitate daily set-up consistency, and confirm congruency between prescription, treatment site, treatment plan parameters, and other relevant information.
  • Explains procedure, including pre- and post-simulation or treatment.
  • Answers questions and reassures patient before and after procedure.
  • Transfers patient to treatment table with care for IV s and catheters.
  • Checks patient treatment plan and delivers prescribed dose.
  • Maintains patient markings.
  • Changes markings according to physician’s direction or need.
  • Documents treatment, in accordance with departmental protocols.
  • Keeps physician informed and adapts treatment per physician orders.
  • Acquires and analyzes digital radiographs of all treatment areas.
  • Observes radiation safety measures for patient and personnel.
  • Monitor patient visually and audibly during therapy procedure for any unusual reactions or events.
  • Uses judgment and informs physician if indicated by patient’s condition, before proceeding with treatment.
  • Reports significant information to designated supervisory personnel.
  • Interface in a highly collaborative manner with all members of the patient’s care team including: radiation oncologists, physicists, dosimetrists, nurses, social workers, administration and others.
  • Schedule patients for treatment to optimize department efficiency and patient convenience.
  • Report changes in patient’s condition or inappropriate response to treatment to Radiation Oncologist or Nurse.
  • Assist with orientation and training of new or transfer staff to ensure competence in the functionality of all therapy related equipment.
  • Support training and oversight of radiation therapy students within the guidelines of the program and the department.
  • Assist with the maintenance of department facilities, equipment, and supplies.
  • Reports maintenance and repair needs to supervisor. Maintain a clean and order work area.
  • Participates in educational in-services, as appropriate.
  • Participates in professional activities and organizations to maintain and expand knowledge of current trends, practices, and developments.
  • Perform on-call duties to provide emergency treatments during non-clinic hours.
  • Demonstrate continuous competency on an annual basis on all applicable equipment in the department.
  • Participate in the evaluation of treatment devices. Maintain compliance with medical center and regulatory agency standards in regard to annual training, infection control, Radiation Protection guidelines, and credentialing requirements.
  • Ensure adherence to patient safety standards.
  • Complete daily QA process for CT scanner and Linear Accelerators.
  • Records results and reports suboptimal performance of these systems to the Medical Physicist and other designated personnel. Liaison with physicians, nursing and physics to carry out treatment and patient related treatment activities.
  • Manage patient wait times; update patients on unit delays, and work with staff to communicate with patients and coordinate rescheduling appointments when the unit is down.
  • Collaborate with Patient Care Coordinators in scheduling patient appointments.
  • Participate in the evaluation of treatment devices. Perform on-call and week-end duties if required.
  • Support proper function of therapy equipment. Report equipment issues to Physics and Chief Radiation Therapist. Leadership .
  • Support hospital and department policies and workflows.
  • Supervise daily therapy activities.
  • Provide guidance to staff therapist on executing MD instructions.
  • Serve as subject matter expert (SME) for special procedures, and simulations.
  • Establish machine rotations to facilitate cross coverage.
  • Participate in conducting training competency validations.
  • Conduct audits for ongoing support of regulatory standards; Joint Commission, APEx.
  • Schedule staff to provide adequate coverage for daily therapy activities, and on-call duties.
  • Maintain a clean and orderly workspace, and established supply and inventory par levels.
  • Assist with onboarding of new staff. Organize schedule to facilitate staff’s participation in therapy meetings and in-services.
  • Conduct new plan and therapist chart check quality assurance audits on charts of those patients starting and under treatment; ensure required set-up instructions are recorded and plan timeouts are completed.
  • Support hospital and department Quality/safety event learning processes.
  • Complies with established department policies, procedures, objectives, quality assurance, safety, environmental and infection control.
  • Submits SAFE or RO-ILS reports as needed.
  • Participate and support department QA and QI initiatives.
  • Support hospital and department Quality/safety event learning processes.
  • Support efforts to maintain high patient satisfaction scores.
  • Participate in department research. Perform monthly inspection of treatment devices.
  • Inform Chief Therapist of devices needing repair or replacement.
  • Attend educational in-services as appropriate.
  • Participates in professional activities and organizations to maintain knowledge of current trends, practices, and developments.
  • Perform all other duties assigned.
  • Provides patient care and/or support activities appropriate to all ages served, primarily adults ages 18-65 or geriatric patients ages overage 65.
  • May also include care for infant age 0-1 year, child ages 1-12 years or adolescent 13-17 years.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Minimum of three years experience as a radiation therapist with one year in a lead role photon and proton preferred.
  • Certificate or degree from an accredited Radiation Therapy Technology program.
  • ARRT certification required.
  • CPR training required.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: (Medium): 20-50 lbs; 0-33% of the work day (occasionally); 11-25 lbs, 34-66% of the workday (frequently); 01-10 lbs, 67-100% of the workday (constantly); Lifting 50 lbs max; Carrying of objects up to 25 lbs; Occasional to frequent standing & walking, Occasional sitting, Close eye work (computers, typing, reading, writing), Physical demands may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS: Factors affecting environment conditions may vary depending on the assigned work area and tasks. Environmental exposures include, but are not limited to: Blood-borne pathogen exposure Bio-hazardous waste, Chemicals/gases/fumes/vapors Communicable diseases Electrical shock , Floor Surfaces, Hot/Cold Temperatures, Indoor/Outdoor conditions, Latex, Lighting, Patient care/handling injuries, Radiation , Shift work, Travel may be required. Use of personal protective equipment, including respirators, environmental conditions may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.
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Senior Medical Physicist - Provision Nashville

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  The senior medical physicist is responsible for the appropriate use of the treatment planning system, including evaluating a treatment plan for the delivery of radiation treatment based on the radiation oncologist’s prescribed course of radiation therapy, ensuring that the patient will not lose important healthy organ function and that the radiation delivered will not affect healthy surrounding tissue. The senior medical physicist is responsible for the appropriate use of the electronic medical record, including maintaining an accurate record of treatment planning progress, and communication and documentation of relevant patient information. The senior medical physicist is responsible for the performance and documentation of quality assurance in the clinic, including software QA, hardware QA, and patient QA. The senior medical physicist is responsible for the development and implementation of treatment planning machine models, treatment modality commissioning, and process improvements within the clinic.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Calibrate therapy equipment in a manner suitable for accurate radiation dose delivery.
  • Serve as the focal point for machine maintenance and repair
  • Direct the acceptance testing and commissioning of new equipment and treatment devices
  • Direct the determination of radiation dose distributions in patients undergoing treatment (i.e. computerized dosimetry planning or direct radiation measurement)
  • Develop policies and procedures related to radiation safety and radiation oncology physics
  • Design and implement pertinent aspects of the quality management program that involve the use of external beam radiotherapy equipment
  • Maintain proper records necessary for APEx, NRC, state, or other regulatory agencies.
  • Manage the medical physics service in a manner to meet or exceed established standards of practice consistent with the facility size and available resources
  • Establish, develop, and monitor procedures for measuring the performance levels of equipment used in radiation oncology
  • Evaluate new technologies and implement as needed, including acceptance testing of new equipment and treatment devices
  • Consult with the radiation oncologists, as required, concerning patient doses and optimization of patient treatment plans and delivery
  • Serve as a member of various committees such as the Radiation Safety Committee, Cancer Committee, CQI Committee, and the Hospital Safety Committee
  • Provide technical direction of radiation oncology staff as specified by the Director of Medical Physics

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master of Science or Doctoral degree in Radiological Physics, Physics, or related discipline.
  • Certification by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiological Physics
  • Must also meet any qualifications imposed by the federal or state radiation control agency to practice radiation oncology physics and/or provide oversight of the establishment and conduct of the radiation quality management program.
  • At least six years post-degree clinical experience
  • Completion of a clinical medical physics residency program preferred
  • One-year proton therapy medical physics experience preferred
  • Understand the technical aspects of radiation oncology and medical physics in order to perform radiotherapy medical physics and medical dosimetry and communicate these aspects to the radiation oncologists, other medical physicists, medical dosimetrists, radiation therapists, and other team members as needed
  • Possess working knowledge of radiation safety principles and current rules and regulations of the State of Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation Department of Radiological Health (TDECDRH) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
  • Extensive knowledge of modern radiation therapy systems and sub-systems
  • Experience and fluency in modern treatment planning software systems. Mosaiq and RayStation treatment planning systems are preferred
  • Proficient in using radiation-measuring equipment for calibration and quality assurance, treatment planning computers, and oncology information systems in a paperless environment
  • Excellent overall understanding of all activities of a proton and photon radiation therapy department, (e.g. treatment planning, quality assurance, revenue cycle, customer service, medical staff role(s), etc.)
  • Flexibility to handle multiple tasks and deadlines
  • Proven time management skills
  • Ability to work as a member of a team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer skills including but not limited to MS Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Mosaiq
  • Coding skills, such as Python or C++, preferred

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Patient satisfaction
  • Productivity/ Efficiency
  • Maintenance of proper record keeping
  • Collaboration with teammates and related departments
  • Maintain board certification

RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Director of Medical Physics
  • Work closely with:
    • Physicists
    • Radiation Oncologists
    • RN’s
    • Radiation Therapists
    • Dosimetrists

To apply for this position please email Nanette McLain

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Director, National Capital Region - Radiation Oncology - Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center

GENERAL SUMMARY: Responsible for oversight of clinical operations, strategic planning and multidisciplinary planning for the Department of Radiation Oncology in the NCR at the Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center, Sibley Memorial Hospital and Suburban Hospital – Rockledge campus. Together the two campuses include 5 linear accelerators, 3 proton gantries, 3 CT simulators, 1 MR, and 1 HDR unit in metro Washington D.C.

The Director collaboratively works with department, the NCR cancer service line including medical and surgical oncology, hospital senior operations lead/liaison and hospital leadership to facilitate and implement programmatic goals and priorities including strategic objectives. He/She supervises will oversee administrative, financial, academic and operational functions for radiation oncology services in the NCR. The Director supervises managers and staff in the areas of responsibility and ensures that the Radiation Oncology department achieves the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center’s (SKCCC) standards of performance in care delivery, patient experience, employee engagement, business goals, and continuous process improvement. The Director serves as a liaison and works directly with hospital senior operations lead/liaison and local clinical and administrative leadership in the management of patient safety objectives and interdepartmental care coordination to ensure that Radiation Oncology is directly aligned with safety and care coordination programs, standards, and initiatives established for the NCR. The Director will collaborate with the Sr. Administrator for the Department of Radiation Oncology, hospital senior operations lead/liaison, the physician Directors of Clinical Operation Radiation Oncology for Sibley and Suburban, the Chair of Radiation Oncology, the CAO for the SKCC, the NCR Director and Administrator for the SKCC.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Education and Experience:

Master’s degree in Business Administration or Healthcare Administration or a similar degree.
Minimum of 5‐7 years of progressive experience in a relevant setting
Four (4) or more years of management experience preferred.

Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.

Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are drug-free workplace employers.

Johns Hopkins Medicine

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Senior Medical Dosimetrist -Provision Nashville

SUMMARY OF POSITION:   The senior medical dosimetrist is responsible for the appropriate use of the treatment planning system, including designing a treatment plan for the delivery of radiation treatment based on the radiation oncologist’s prescribed course of radiation therapy. The senior medical dosimetrist, along with the radiation oncologist and medical physicist, will work to construct a treatment plan that will meet the prescription written by the radiation oncologist. The senior medical dosimetrist is also responsible for the appropriate use of the electronic medical record, including maintaining an accurate record of treatment planning progress, and communication and documentation of relevant patient information.  The senior medical dosimetrist is also responsible for continuing education, training students and interns, and developing and supervising process improvement within the department. This position will mainly focus on proton therapy treatment planning, with more limited photon planning responsibilities. The Senior Medical Dosimetrist is under the direction and/or supervision of the Manager of Dosimetry.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Design a treatment plan by means of computer and/or manual computation with optimal beam geometry (dose-volume constraints, dose calculations) to deliver a prescribed radiation dose and spare critical structures in accordance with the radiation oncologist’s prescription.
  • Identify and contour normal and dose-limiting structures by utilizing images from one or more data sets (fusion and registration, contouring/segmentation). Assumes proficiency in image registration with various image data sets to include CT, MRI and PET.
  • Supervise, perform, or assist in simulations and tumor localization using specified imaging modalities including, but not limited to, CT, MRI and PET.
  • Supervise, perform, or assist in the planning and implementation of the production of molds, masks, and other immobilization devices.
  • Assure that the implementation of the treatment plan includes the correct use of field arrangement, beam modifying devices, biological evaluation, and any treatment variable associated with treatment planning implementation.
  • Communicate with the radiation therapist(s) and assume an advisory role in the implementation of the treatment plan, including the correct use of immobilization devices, compensators, wedges, field arrangement and other treatment or imaging parameters.
  • Perform calculation methods for the verification of prescribed dose and subsequent documentation in patient files.
  • Review all external beam plans with Radiation Oncologist for approval.
  • Interface with the Oncology Information Management System including Record/Verify, Import/Export, charges, etc.
  • Create and transfer reference images and localization markers for portal verification and treatment delivery to include DRRs, CBCTs and other IGRT methods, as specified (review of final treatment plan).
  • Teach applied aspects of medical dosimetry to students, radiation therapists and residents.
  • Assist the Physics and Dosimetry team in performing process improvements in the department and the clinic
  • Participates in continuing education related to the field of dosimetry
  • Develop abstracts and publications for annual conferences related to the field of dosimetry
  • Create comparative photon and proton plans and work with providers and finance team to develop detailed reports that demonstrate the unique and relevant dosimetric advantages of proton beam therapy for specific cases.

 

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor or Master of Science degree in a physical or biological science
  • Maintains certification by the MDCB
  • 6 + years of clinical treatment planning experience with 1+years of clinical proton treatment planning experience preferred
  • Experience with advanced IMRT planning preferred
  • Ability and willingness to mentor less experienced staff
  • Flexibility to handle multiple tasks and deadlines
  • Proven time management skills
  • Knowledgeable in the areas of anatomy, physiology, clinical oncology, radiobiology, radiation physics, and radiation safety
  • Possess good communication and interpersonal skills to facilitate the exchange of information with patients, family members, and the radiation oncology treatment team as well as outside entities
  • Has high-level critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Works independently, but in collaboration with the Radiation Oncologist and Medical Physicist
  • Knowledgeable in using RaySearch, MOSAIQ, and PACS preferredHas basic to intermediate knowledge if Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Physician directive communication
  • Patient safety, privacy, and satisfaction
  • Meet plan deadlines
  • Productivity/efficiency
  • Accurate treatment planning and evaluation
  • Accurate billing
  • Accurate documentation
  • Collaboration with teammates and related departments
  • Adherence to and participation in the Provision culture of care

RELATIONSHIPS: 

  • Reports to: Manager of Dosimetry
  • Work closely with:
    • Physicists
    • Radiation Oncologists
    • Nurses
    • Radiation Therapists
    • Dosimetrists
    • Patient Concierge
    • Patient Care Coordinators

To apply for this position please email Nanette McLain

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Senior Medical Physicist - Provision Knoxville

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  The senior medical physicist is responsible for the appropriate use of the treatment planning system, including evaluating a treatment plan for the delivery of radiation treatment based on the radiation oncologist’s prescribed course of radiation therapy, ensuring that the patient will not lose important healthy organ function and that the radiation delivered will not affect healthy surrounding tissue. The senior medical physicist is responsible for the appropriate use of the electronic medical record, including maintaining an accurate record of treatment planning progress, and communication and documentation of relevant patient information. The senior medical physicist is responsible for the performance and documentation of quality assurance in the clinic, including software QA, hardware QA, and patient QA. The senior medical physicist is responsible for the development and implementation of treatment planning machine models, treatment modality commissioning, and process improvements within the clinic.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Calibrate therapy equipment in a manner suitable for accurate radiation dose delivery.
  • Serve as the focal point for machine maintenance and repair
  • Direct the acceptance testing and commissioning of new equipment and treatment devices
  • Direct the determination of radiation dose distributions in patients undergoing treatment (i.e. computerized dosimetry planning or direct radiation measurement)
  • Develop policies and procedures related to radiation safety and radiation oncology physics
  • Design and implement pertinent aspects of the quality management program that involve the use of external beam radiotherapy equipment
  • Maintain proper records necessary for APEx, NRC, state, or other regulatory agencies.
  • Manage the medical physics service in a manner to meet or exceed established standards of practice consistent with the facility size and available resources
  • Establish, develop, and monitor procedures for measuring the performance levels of equipment used in radiation oncology
  • Evaluate new technologies and implement as needed, including acceptance testing of new equipment and treatment devices
  • Consult with the radiation oncologists, as required, concerning patient doses and optimization of patient treatment plans and delivery
  • Serve as a member of various committees such as the Radiation Safety Committee, Cancer Committee, CQI Committee, and the Hospital Safety Committee
  • Provide technical direction of radiation oncology staff as specified by the Director of Medical Physics

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master of Science or Doctoral degree in Radiological Physics, Physics, or related discipline.
  • Certification by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiological Physics
  • Must also meet any qualifications imposed by the federal or state radiation control agency to practice radiation oncology physics and/or provide oversight of the establishment and conduct of the radiation quality management program.
  • At least six years post-degree clinical experience
  • Completion of a clinical medical physics residency program preferred
  • One-year proton therapy medical physics experience preferred
  • Understand the technical aspects of radiation oncology and medical physics in order to perform radiotherapy medical physics and medical dosimetry and communicate these aspects to the radiation oncologists, other medical physicists, medical dosimetrists, radiation therapists, and other team members as needed
  • Possess working knowledge of radiation safety principles and current rules and regulations of the State of Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation Department of Radiological Health (TDECDRH) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
  • Extensive knowledge of modern radiation therapy systems and sub-systems
  • Experience and fluency in modern treatment planning software systems. Mosaiq and RayStation treatment planning systems are preferred
  • Proficient in using radiation-measuring equipment for calibration and quality assurance, treatment planning computers, and oncology information systems in a paperless environment
  • Excellent overall understanding of all activities of a proton and photon radiation therapy department, (e.g. treatment planning, quality assurance, revenue cycle, customer service, medical staff role(s), etc.)
  • Flexibility to handle multiple tasks and deadlines
  • Proven time management skills
  • Ability to work as a member of a team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer skills including but not limited to MS Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Mosaiq
  • Coding skills, such as Python or C++, preferred

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Patient satisfaction
  • Productivity/ Efficiency
  • Maintenance of proper record keeping
  • Collaboration with teammates and related departments
  • Maintain board certification

RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Director of Medical Physics
  • Work closely with:
    • Physicists
    • Radiation Oncologists
    • RN’s
    • Radiation Therapists
    • Dosimetrists

To apply for this position please email Nanette McLain

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Junior Medical Physicist - Provision Knoxville

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  The junior medical physicist is responsible for the appropriate use of the treatment planning system, including evaluating a treatment plan for the delivery of radiation treatment based on the radiation oncologist’s prescribed course of radiation therapy, ensuring that the patient will not lose important healthy organ function and that the radiation delivered will not affect healthy surrounding tissue. The junior medical physicist is responsible for the appropriate use of the electronic medical record, including maintaining an accurate record of treatment planning progress, and communication and documentation of relevant patient information. The junior medical physicist is responsible for the performance and documentation of quality assurance in the clinic, including software QA, hardware QA, and patient QA.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Perform quality assurance of therapy equipment in a manner suitable for accurate radiation dose delivery
  • Evaluate the determination of radiation dose distributions in patients undergoing treatment
  • Implement pertinent aspects of the quality management program that involve the use of external beam radiotherapy equipment
  • Perform weekly continuing medical physics (quality assurance) on all patients under treatment.
  • Participate in clinical research activities as related to physics/dosimetry as required and as directed by the center’s leadership team
  • Consult with the radiation oncologists, as required, concerning patient doses and optimization of patient treatment plans and delivery

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master of Science or Doctoral degree in Radiological Physics, Physics, or related discipline
  • At least two years post-degree clinical experience
  • Completion of a post-degree clinical medical physics residency program preferred
  • Eligible to become certified by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiological Physics
  • Understand the technical aspects of radiation oncology and medical physics in order to perform radiotherapy medical physics and medical dosimetry and communicate these aspects to the radiation oncologists, other medical physicists, medical dosimetrists, radiation therapists, and other team members as needed
  • Knowledge of modern radiation therapy systems and sub-systems.
  • Experience and fluency in modern treatment planning software systems. Mosaiq and RayStation treatment planning systems are preferred
  • Proficient in using radiation-measuring equipment for calibration and quality assurance, treatment planning computers, and oncology information systems in a paperless environment.
  • Flexibility to handle multiple tasks and deadlines
  • Proven time management skills
  • Ability to work as a member of a team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer skills including, but not limited to, MS Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Mosaiq
  • Coding skills, such as Python or C++, preferred

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Patient satisfaction
  • Productivity/efficiency
  • Collaboration with teammates and related departments
  • Obtain ABR certification in Therapeutic Physics within 3 years of eligibility

RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Director of Medical Physics
  • Work closely with:
    • Physicists
    • Radiation Oncologists
    • RN’s
    • Radiation Therapists
    • Dosimetrists

To apply for this position please email Nanette McLain

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