The department of Radiation Oncology at the Medical Center in Bowling Green, KY is currently hiring a full-time medical physicist. We are an ACR Accredited Radiation Oncology Practice. The successful applicant will join a growing department that includes one additional full time physicist, three dosimetrists, and two physicians. Our department uses two Varian linacs (Trilogy and 21iX with Exactrac) to treat 3D, IMRT, SBRT and SRS cases. Our brachytherapy program includes LDR prostate (Variseed) and we plan on implementing a new HDR program within the next year. Clinical software includes Varian Eclipse TPS, ARIA EMR, Brainlab iPlan for SRS, Radcalc, and MIM.
The ideal candidate would have a MS in Medical Physics and be ABR certified. Clinical responsibilities will include routine QA, treatment chart checks, SRS treatment planning, LDR and HDR brachytherapy planning and QA, and all other applicable aspects of radiation oncology physics.
The physics and dosimetry staff at the Medical Center work closely as a team. We are fortunate to have enough flexibility in our jobs to have fulfilling careers balanced with a great home life. Bowling Green is a family-friendly town with an abundance of public parks, a minor-league baseball team, performing arts center, and great public school systems.
Internal Number: 19717
About The Medical Center at Bowling Green
The Medical Center is a 337-bed acute care hospital located in Bowling Green, KY. Serving Bowling Green and Southcentral Kentucky since 1926, The Medical Center is the leading healthcare provider in the region. We continually invest in human resources, technology, facilities and new services in order to improve the health and wellness of all individuals whose care is placed in our hands. The Radiation Oncology Department of the Medical Center is accredited by the American College of Radiology.
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