The St Joseph Mercy Health System, Chelsea is seeking a full time radiation oncology medical physicist to join it's team of six (6) board certified medical physicists and six (6) dosimetrists which provide coverage for five (5) facilities across the greater Ann Arbor area, with primary coverage for this position being at our Chelsea, MI location. We are an integrated system using ARIA, Eclipse, Varian accelerators and we have an active Cyberknife and HDR program at our Ann Arbor campus. Our Chelsea facility has a new Varian TrueBeam linear accelerator and Siemens Somatom Open AS simulator. We also support the education of radiation therapy students at all of our locations.
Education, Licensure, and Experience:
Requires a Master's or PhD degree in Medical Physics and board certification by the American Board of Radiology or American Board of Medical Physics with one year of experience.
At least five years' of work experience in a progressive radiation oncology facility is preferred.
Job Location - St. Joseph Mercy, Chelsea, MI
Internal Number: 00038509
About St. Joseph Mercy Health System
St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor Hospital is a 537-bed teaching hospital located on a 340 acre campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan. St. Joseph Mercy Hospital has been named a Top 100 Hospital and is at the forefront of many clinical specialty areas including:
•Designated by the National Cancer Institute as a Clinical Community Oncology Program, or CCOP, one of only 50 programs in the United States
•Through affiliation, SJMH oncologists have access to information with the world-renowned Mayo Clinic
•Participates in more Phase III and IV cancer research studies than any other hospital in the Ann Arbor area including the DNA-based colorectal cancer screening study, SELECT, selenium and STAR clinical trials
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