The region’s leading network of healthcare providers, Inspira Health Network is seeking a physicist to join our Radiation Oncology team. In this key role, you will supervise and perform radiation therapy treatment calculations for external beam and brachytherapy treatments to provide quality patient care. The physicist will use our record and verify computer system for entry of dosimetry information and tracking of patient doses. In addition, this role performs audits of treatment charts and images for all external beam patients ("chart checks") to confirm accuracy of treatments and documentation. Responsibilities will include supervising the work of the staff medical dosimetrist, providing administrative and professional service to the hospital system and performing ongoing treatment unit calibration and QA.
M.S. or Ph.D. in Medical Physics or Radiological Physics or a related field
Minimum five years of experience in radiation therapy physics desired
3-5 years of experience in a Radiation Oncology setting (recent experience in a hospital setting desired)
Certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Radiology
Excellent customer service skills
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