Cancer Care Group, P.C. has an immediate opening for a Board Certified Medical Physicist to join the physics team supporting the Hux Cancer Center in Terre Haute, Indiana. The cancer center is an ACR accredited, hospital-based, state-of-the-art facility treating 50-60 patients daily. The physics team consists of 2 physicists, 1 physics resident and 2 dosimetrists who are all actively engaged in the clinic.
Equipment: 2 Varian TrueBeam linacs, Philips Big Bore CT simulator; Monaco TPS; Mosaiq EMR and Data Director PACS systems and a full complement of physics tools.
Responsibilities: All aspects of clinical radiation physics, including quality assurance, radiation safety, treatment planning verification and implementation of new modalities. Mentorship for the CAMPEP accredited residency (affiliate site of the University of Kentucky Medical Physics Residency).
The ideal candidate will have experience in all aspects of therapy quality assurance, 3D and IMRT treatment planning, brachytherapy, IGRT and SRS/SBRT. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work within a team environment are essential. Prior residency mentorship experience will be beneficial. The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of clinical experience and QMP status on a current NRC or Agreement State license. ABR or ABMP board certification is required.
Serving our patients where they need us most is why Cancer Care Group has become Indiana's premier radiation oncology provider for over 30 years. Cancer Care Group is one of the largest radiation oncology private physician practices in the country, with 20 radiation oncologists serving hospitals and clinics throughout Indiana. Our commitment is to provide the most compassionate and high quality c...are to our patients. Our physicians are highly trained and experienced in the most current technology and cancer treatments available.
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