Responsibilities: Clinical: •Calibrates and performs quality assurance on radiotherapeutic equipment and systems, consistent with the overall safety and quality expectations for the department. •Contributes to the specification, orders, and commissioning of radiotherapeutic equipment and software, including calculating shielding requirements. •Provides clinical treatment planning, and associated dosimetric calculations. Plans and supervises construction of custom radiotherapy devices such as custom shielding and bolus. Contributes to simulation procedures, including immobilization and imaging parameters. Provides ongoing physics review for patients receiving radiation treatment. •Provides formal and informal consultation to physicians, technicians, and physicists regarding patient and general dosimetry issues. This may include direct patient interaction during treatment planning or to observe treatment conditions. •Provides clinical treatment planning and treatment delivery technical oversight for high-dose rate brachytherapy. Supervisory: •Under direction of the Chief physicist, supervises and gives guidance to junior physicists. Provides technical guidance to radiation technicians. •Provides physics supervision for special treatment procedures (e.g. SBRT, SRS). Educational: •As required, participates in the training of junior physicists and technicians.
Direct reporting: •Director of Physics, Department of Radiation Oncology Qualifications: •M.S. in Physics or Medical Physics, 5years minimum clinical experience, certified in therapeutic radiological physics (American Board of Radiology or American Board of Medical Physics). • Minimum 1 years experience in proton therapy (implementation, quality assurance, and treatment planning).
About Guangzhou Concord Cancer Center, a subsidary of CCM
South China’s representative tertiary comprehensive cancer care institution with core specialty in proton therapy.
Experience world-class, high quality cancer care services at local convenience.
Guangzhou Concord Cancer Center (GCCC) is a tertiary comprehensive cancer care institution with core specialty in proton therapy co-developed by Concord Medical and Sun Yat-sen University Cancer Center, and is designed and built under the advisory guidance of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Situated in Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City, one of Guangzhou’s newest modern development districts, Guangzhou Concord is not only the flagship cancer center project of Concord Medical, but is also among Knowledge City’s first batch of high-tech community medical service programs launched. The Center covers a land area of 50 acres, with a total construction area of 100,000 sq. meters, and a planned bed count of 400 beds. Being one of the district’s key healthcare projects and as guided by the philosophy of providing quality cancer care services to Chinese patients, Guangzhou Concord is committed to introducing internationally advanced cancer care programs with patient-cen...tric design and high quality standards. Through program excellence and compassionate care, Guangzhou Concord shall be patients’ best companion in the fight against cancer.
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