OMPC Therapy is currently hiring a full-time medical physicist in the Northwest Ohio area. We are looking for an individual that wants to be an integral part of our team but work independently. Someone that is passionate about the physics profession and has a strong desire to perform at the highest standards. We value professional growth and fully support routine attendance at professional meetings. OMPC Therapy is seeking an individual that will unite with us in our goal to provide our clients with the highest quality of service.
The medical physicist will provide routine physics services, perform QA testing, and manage special projects independently at client sites. OMPC Therapy works as a team and you will be closely connected to our network of physicists for instant support and communication. We take pride in providing an environment that fosters communication at your fingertips.
We look forward to working with you in the future and making you a part of the OMPC family.
Capable of working independently and fulfilling the duties of a medical physicist.
ABR Certified Medical Physicist
MS or PhD in Medical Physics
Valid State Registration/Approval (Ohio)
Authorized Medical Physicist for HDR
Experience with Pinnacle treatment planning system, Elekta linear accelerators and Mosaiq EMR software is preferred.
About OMPC Therapy, LLC
OMPC Therapy is full service medical physics consulting company specializing in providing medical physic and dosimetry services to cancer centers and hospitals. Our mission is to provide physics and dosimetry services at the highest standard to ensure all patients receive the care they deserve. For more company information please visit our website at www.ohiomedphys.com
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