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Medical Physicist - Radiation Oncology opportunity

Employer
Trinity Health
Location
Davenport, Iowa
Closing date
May 6, 2025

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Specialty
Hematology
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent
Medical Physicist

Through patient and family centered care, Genesis Cancer Care Institute provides team-based collaborative care and treatment, close to home. If you are looking to join a nationally accredited cancer care program as a board certified/board eligible medical physicist and have the passion to provide quality care, then you should consider a career with Genesis.

Where you fit in
The Medical Physicist provides safe therapeutic radiological physics to the Radiation Oncology Department; equipment safety, quality patient care and teaching in accordance with standards put forth by regulatory agencies and the medical community. Genesis offers SRS, SBRT, IMRT, DIBH, gaiting, SGRT, and 3D Conformal. The Cancer Institute employs 2 linear accelerators; TomoTherapy Hi-Art and Varian TrueBeam. Record and verify is performed through Aria. Eclipse and Tomoplan software is used for planning. Along with participating in treatment procedures, the Medical Physicist will participate in patient-specific QA, chart QA, linear accelerator QA, plan checks, and any additional support needed by our radiation oncologists, dosimetrists and therapists.


The department employs an exceptional team of 2 Physicists, 2 Dosimetrists, 8 Radiation Therapists, 3 RNs, 2 Office Secretaries, 1 Billing and Coding Coordinator, 1 Social Worker and 1 office manager. A team of 2 Radiation Oncologists are on site daily. On average, approximately 35 patients are treated daily on our 2 machines. The team works closely with our colleagues from our growing Medical Oncology group and interdisciplinary team.

Successful Candidate
The successful candidate will have a MS or PhD, be board eligible with the intent for certification or board certified by the ABR or ABMP, and must be or become registered in Iowa as a Radiation Therapy Physicist. Working with the Chief of Physics, the successful candidate will have the skills in calibration and commissioning of linear accelerators and other radiation sources, perform quality assurance of equipment and treatment plans, and implementing new technologies as needed. A good work ethic and ability to work well in a team environment are highly valued.

Genesis offers an attractive compensation and benefit package, including health, dental, disability insurance, as well as 403(b) retirement plan with a company match. This position is a full-time employed position.

Please let me know if you would like to be a part of the future of excellent patient care at Genesis.

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