An opening for a board certified medical physicist is immediately available at Georgetown University Hospital. In this role you are expected to be highly proficient with operation and QA of Varian linear accelerators, an IX and Trilogy and treatment planning using Eclipse for EBRT and HDR. In addition, strong experience in prostate seed implant and other special procedures including TBI, Sir Sphere, Intra-beam are also desired.
Clinical procedures offered at Georgetown University Hospital include 3D conformal, IMRT, VMAT, SRS/SBRT, using two linacs and two Cyberknives using both 3D and 4D-CT simulation. Active special procedures include Sir-Sphere, TBI; HDR, Intra-beam and prostate seed implant are offered less frequently. A Mevion HYPERSCAN pencil beam proton system is in implementation and expected for patient treatment in early October.
Interested candidates please submit your CV and applications to Dalong Pang, PhD, Chief of Radiation Physics
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary will be commensurate with experience
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is one of the national capital area's oldest academic teaching hospitals and is affiliated with Georgetown University School of Medicine. MedStar Georgetown is a not-for-profit, acute-care teaching and research facility located in Northwest Washington, DC. MedStar Georgetown’s clinical services represent one of the largest, most geographically diverse, and... fully integrated healthcare and delivery networks in the area. MedStar Georgetown is home to the internationally known Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, as well as centers of excellence in the neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, gastroenterology, transplant and vascular surgery. It is located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington DC.
The hospital has 609 licensed beds and employs over 4,000 personnel
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