Boston University / Boston Medical Center is seeking a Chief Medical Physicist Diagnostic Imaging to carry out assignments related to development and management of a quality assurance program specific to radiation safety and image quality of diagnostic imaging equipment, quality assurance testing of diagnostic imaging equipment, support of CT, MRI, US, mammography, and nuclear medicine accreditation programs, patient/staff radiation dose calculations, shielding design, x-ray radiation safety training, as well as participation in the extensive teaching of residents and clinical research
Minimum requirements are a Ph.D. in physics, medical physics, or a related field, ABR or ABMP certification and a minimum of 8 years of clinical experience in diagnostic imaging. Candidates must have solid written and verbal communication skills, computer skills, and the ability to work as a team player, and be self-motivated. Salary is competitive, commensurate with education and experience.
At Boston Medical Center, all are welcome and treated equally. The best and brightest physicians, representing virtually every medical specialty, choose to work here for the opportunity to make a difference in their community and beyond.
Unwavering in its commitment to the community, BMC is a private, not-for-profit, 496-bed, academic medical center located in Boston's historic South End. The primary teaching affiliate for Boston University School of Medicine, BMC is the largest safety net hospital and busiest trauma and emergency services center in New England.
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