Yale-New Haven Hospital is seeking a highly motivated individual for a clinical medical physicist position in the Department of Therapeutic Radiology. The successful candidate must be board certified or board eligible, have graduated from a CAMPEP accredited medical physics residency program, with working experience in a clinical environment. Experience in Eclipse, Mosaiq, Varian and Elekta Linacs is a plus. The successful candidate will join a team of 15 clinical medical physicists, 15 dosimetrists and 3 physics residents in providing a full range of clinical medical physics services to the Smilow Cancer Hospital and Smilow Care Centers with teaching and research opportunities at Yale University School of Medicine. Faculty appointment to Yale School of Medicine is available based on individual qualification.
Yale-New Hospital is a part of the Yale Medical Center which is an academic center of excellence in the practice of medicine. Yale Cancer Center is the only NIH-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in Connecticut. Extensive research efforts in radiation physics, radiation biology and clinical radiation oncology are ongoing. The Department of Therapeutic Radiology treats approximately 2500 new cancer patients each year: about 1200 in New Haven and 1300 in the department's satellite facilities in Guilford, Hamden, Trumbull, Waterford, and Derby. The department offers a full range of radiation therapy treatments including IMRT, IGRT, SBRT, TBI, TSET and other special procedures using modern linear accelerators with onboard kV-, MV-, and CBCT-imaging; Gamma Knife SRS using the latest ICON unit; and a full suite of LDR and HDR brachytherapy. Major equipment includes: eleven linear accelerators, seven CT simulators, two HDR afterloaders, major treatment planning systems (cloud-hosted Eclipse, iPlan, and GammaPlan), Calypso image guidance systems, C-Rad/VisionRT surface imaging system, as well as cloud-hosted enterprise Mosaic information management systems. The department also offers fully accredited radiation oncology and medical physics residency programs in addition to other educational programs.
Yale-New Haven Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and a curriculum vitae with names and contact information of three references to: E-mail: Natalia.Pereira@ynhh.org. For any questions, please contact Brian Wang, PhD, Director of Radiation Oncology Physics at Brian.Wang@ynhh.org or 203.688.1707.
About Yale-New Haven Hospital/Yale School of Medicine
Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) is a non-profit, 1,541-bed teaching hospital that ranks among the premier medical centers in the nation. It provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary, family-focused care in more than 100 medical specialty areas. In conjunction with Yale University School of Medicine and Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center, YNHH is nationally recognized for its commitment to excellence in patient care, teaching and clinical research.
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