The Northeast Louisiana Cancer Institute has an immediate opening for a Medical Physicist.
Applicants must have a Master's degree in Medical Physics and be ABR certified or certification eligible with at least two years of experience or CAMPEP accredited residency. Salary based upon experience.
The ideal applicant has proficiency with Varian Eclipse and ARIA. Preference will be given to a candidate with SBRT treatment planning experience.
The Northeast Louisiana Cancer Institute (NLCI) is a freestanding full service radiation oncology center with two treatment facilities located in Monroe and West Monroe, Louisiana. The average number of patients under treatment is 85 to 100 per day. Staff includes two Board Certified Radiation Oncologists, two Board Certified Medical Physicists, three Certified Medical Dosimetrists, nine Registered Radiation Therapists, three Registered Nurses, and full support staff.
Equipment includes: Three Varian linear accelerators (a brand new Truebeam STX integrated with a BrainLab ExacTrac system, Trilogy and a 21 IX), Varian Varisource HDR unit, Eclipse treatment planning system, BrainLab Iplan and Element treatment planning system, ARIA electronic medical record system.
About Northeast Louisiana Cancer Institute
A joint venture built on the strengths of the regions two largest medical facilities, Glenwood Regional Medical Center and St. Francis Medical Center, Northeast Louisiana Cancer Institute offers Radiation Oncology services to meet the needs of our community. With facilities in Monroe and West Monroe, our skilled and dedicated cancer experts work as a team. By pooling diverse training and experience to carefully assess each patient's illness, we develop the most coordinated and individualized plan of radiation treatment possible.
Our mission is to provide access to advanced cancer treatment close to home.
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