21st Century Oncology in Lee County, Florida is seeking a self-motivated medical physicist with strong clinical skills to join our medical physics team. Our medical physicists cover four free-standing facilities with several modern Varian linear accelerators (Truebeam, Trilogy, 23iX, Edge), GE CT simulators, Elekta HDR brachytherapy, Vision RT and Brainlab Exactrac.
Our offices have an extensive external beam program using the Eclipse treatment planning system, ARIA R&V and treat modalities that include SRS and SBRT, VMAT and IMRT. We have a very busy HDR program treating skin, prostate, breast and cervix.
We offer competitive salary and benefits. Responsibilities include routine physics QA, machine calibration, treatment planning supervision, ACRO compliance and SBRT/SRS supervision. The successful candidate must be Board Certified and licensed (or must be able to obtain a license) by the Florida Department of Health.
Lee County Florida is located in Southwest Florida close to beautiful beaches and enjoys warm sunny days all year.
About 21st Century Oncology
21st Century Oncology is the premier provider of cancer care services across multiple modalities, the largest radiation oncology provider and one of the largest groups of urologists in the U.S. For more than 30 years, 21st Century Oncology has been committed to providing state-of-the-art, academic quality radiation therapy and other cancer treatments in a patient-centric setting focused on continuous innovation..
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