The Department of Radiation Oncology at the UMassMemorial Medical Center has an excellent opportunity for a board certified senior medical physicist. The position will support the main University campus and occasionally cover one of our satellite locations.
UMass Memorial Medical Center has a clinical partnership with the University of Massachusetts Medical school and as such a faculty appointment would be commensurate with the candidate’s academic record. The department treats approximately 130 patients per day with 6 Varian linacs (1 STX, 3 Truebeams, 1 Trilogy, and 1 21Ex) over three campuses. The department also supports a busy gyn HDR and LDR prostate implant program. Treatment planning is performed using Varian Eclipse, and Aria is the department’s paperless information system. The successful candidate would join a department that includes 7 medical physicists, 7 dosimetrists, 1 in-house engineer and 10 radiation oncologists. The department has a robust SRS/SBRT program. Candidate with SRS/SBRT planning experience is desirable.
Worcester MA is New England’s second largest city and is a vibrant, up and coming, centrally located New England city that houses 10 colleges and universities. Both Boston and Providence RI are less than an hour drive and the beaches of Cape Code, New Hampshire, and Maine, along with the White Mountain National forest are all within reasonable driving distance.
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About Department of Radiation Oncology, UMass Memorial Medical Center
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