Kettering Health Network

Dosimetrist - Kettering - Radiation Oncology - FT/First Shift

Posted Date 2 months ago(5/6/2022 4:52 PM)
Job ID
2022-36610
Job Category
Hidden (28620)
Job Type
Full-Time
Shift
First Shift
# of Openings
1
FTE
80 Hours Per Pay Period/FTE 1.0

Overview

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Kettering Health is a not-for-profit system of 13 medical centers and more than 120 outpatient facilities serving southwest Ohio. We are committed to transforming the health care experience with high-quality care for every stage of life. Our service-oriented mission is in action every day, whether it’s by providing care in our facilities, training the next generation of health care professionals, or serving others through international outreach.

 

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Campus Overview

Kettering Health Main Campus

  • Kettering Health Main Campus, formerly Kettering Medical Center, is the flagship hospital of Kettering Health and has been serving Kettering, Ohio and the Greater Dayton area since 1964.
  • The facility includes the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Heart Hospital, maternity service with a level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and level II Emergency Care.
  • In 2020, KH Main Campus received an “A” from the Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog, ranking among the safest hospitals in the United States.
  • Received 4 Star Baby-Friendly Hospital status by the Ohio Hospital Association.
  • Awarded as one of the 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by IBM Watson Health in 2020.
  • Kettering received the Outstanding Patient Experience Award by Healthgrades (2017-2019).
  • Accredited by the American College of Emergency Physicians as a Level 3 Geriatric Emergency Department.
  • 465-bed hospital (includes newborn beds)

Responsibilities & Requirements

Under the direction of the Medical Director and the department Radiation Oncologists works as a member of the Radiation Oncology team.  Under the guidance of a Medical Physicist accurately plans and calculates external beam treatments of patient. The Medical Dosimetrist is responsible for his/her own professional development and practices within the scope of care defined by law. Utilizing organizational resources the Medical Dosimetrist acts as a patient advocate for safe care, including participation in performance improvement activities. The planning of treatments for radiation oncology patients reflects the mission, vision, values, and philosophies of the organization and the department.

 

  • ARRT certification in Radiation Therapy.
  • Board certification in medical dosimetry or required to pursue certification in medical dosimetry at completition of second year of on-the-job-training.
  • BSL certification.

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