Health and Medicine: Radiation, Medical Physics: Radiation Oncology
The Radiation Oncology Physicist works with a treatment team of two other physicists, four radiation oncologists, three dosimetrists, and 13 radiation therapists providing high-quality care at an ACR-accredited radiation oncology facility. Duties include machine calibration, quality assurance, IMRT QA, HDR and LDR brachytherapy, departmental radiation safety and education to dosimetry and radiation therapy interns. A satellite facility was opened in summer of 2019 in Tomah, WI. Physics coverage of the satellite is rotated among the physics group.
The La Crosse site includes a Varian Clinac 21EX, two TrueBeam linear accelerators, Varian HDR, a GE Light Speed scanner, an active SRS/SBRT program and respiratory gating. The Tomah site has a new TrueBeam accelerator.
Physics QA Platform: Sun Nuclear scanning system, MapCheck, ArcCehck, Profiler, and SunCheck software.
Required: CAMPEP accredited residency or board eligible
Preferred: ABR certification
Calibration of external beam treatment machines, radioactive sources and simulation equipment to maintain compliance with national standards.
Responsible for the implementation of all aspects of patient dosimetry.
Responsible for all aspects of Radiation Oncology Department radiation safety practices, including personnel exposure monitoring and reduction, equipment monitoring room shielding, brachytherapy source ordering, shipping, receiving and inventory, patient surveys, and regulatory compliance.
Assures physics presence at all brachytherapy patient treatments.
Performs patient specific radiation physics consultations as requested by the Radiation Oncologists.
Gundersen Health System is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
This position offers up to $30,000 in relocation and sign on bonuses!
Why come to La Crosse Wisconsin?
La Crosse is a one-of-a-kind city located on the iconic Mississippi River and is surrounded by beautiful bluffs offering breathtaking scenic views. La Crosse offers a hometown feel with a mix of city life which provides all residents the perfect variety. You will never run out of activities to do or places to see as La Crosse provides numerous attractions. Stroll through historic downtown to have the chance to visit both vintage and modern shops, dine at delicious restaurants and take in other unique experiences. Enjoy the outdoors by taking in a river tour, relaxing at a local beach, hiking numerous trails, or visiting a park in the area. La Crosse also has breweries, museums, theaters, and numerous festivals throughout the year. With all the city has to offer, La Crosse is truly a hidden gem and a beautiful city to call home.
About Gundersen Health System
Gundersen Health System is where caring meets excellence through a comprehensive health network of wholly owned services and regional partners. Our vision is to enhance the health and well-being of our communities, while enriching every life we touch, including patients, families, and staff. Gundersen Health System is where nationally recognized quality meets dedicated, compassionate professionals, caring for patients in all stages of life.
Gundersen Health System is located in La Crosse Wisconsin, has nearly 9,000 employees, including more than 1,700 nurses, serve residents of western Wisconsin, southeast Minnesota and northeast Iowa. We are a dynamic healthcare organization anchored by a large, multi-specialty integrated practice and a Level II trauma and teaching hospital.
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