Performs all aspects of clinical medical physics support in Radiation Oncology under the direction of the Medical Director and the Chief Medical Physicist. Assists with acquisition, installation, calibration, and acceptance of radiation treatment equipment. Is responsible for implementation and documentation of quality measures, as defined by the State of Ohio. The Medical Physicist is responsible for his/her own professional development and practices within the scope of care defined by law. Utilizing organizational resources, the Medical Physicist acts as a patient advocate for safe care, including participation in performance improvement activities. His/her responsibilities in Radiation Oncology reflect the mission, vision, values, and philosophies of the organization and the department.
About KHN Radiation Oncology
The successful candidate will join a team of 5 physicists and 7 dosimetrists. Kettering Health Network Radiation Oncology department is comprised of 4 sites all utilizing Mosaiq, Monaco TPS, and Elekta linear accelerators (5 VersaHDs and 1 Synergy). All sites offer comprehensive EBRT treatments including 3DCRT, IMRT, VMAT, SRS, SBRT, and electrons. HDR brachytherapy and Gamma Knife treatments are offered at the main medical center.
• Minimum of a Master’s Degree in Medical Physics or related field with a Therapy Medical Physics emphasis.
• Must be certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) in Therapeutic Radiological Physics or board certification eligible
• Must have a minimum of two years recent clinical medical physics experience in Radiation Oncology.