Ellis Fischel Cancer Center in Columbia, MO has an immediate opening for a Medical Physicist supporting clinical work in Radiation Oncology.
The selected candidate will be joining a team of three physicians, two physicists, two dosimetrists and four radiation therapists.
Characteristic duties include:
Develop, understand, and apply departmental policies and procedures that comply with state and federal regulations in order to provide accurate and safe performance of equipment, dosage, etc.
Perform acceptance, commissioning, and ongoing comprehensive quality assurance and guidance in specifying purchases and/or surveying of equipment, digital networking, and patient care devices according to state and federal guidelines.
Work with Clinical Engineering, IT, Campus Radiation Safety and other parties as necessary.
Evaluate and specify radiation room shielding requirements and radiation risks to patients and staff.
Evaluate and develop technical aspects of all patient radiation therapy plans and perform weekly chart checks of ongoing patients.
Provide research, foresight, and educational opportunities to improve patient care at MUHC
Maintain professional licensure and obtains CEU’s as necessary.
Master’s Degree in Medical Physics or equivalent from an accredited college or university is required.
Requires certification by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) or American Board of Medical Physics (ABMP) in Radiologic and/or Therapeutic Physics.
ARIA R&V, Eclipse, two Varian linacs: Trilogy w/ CBCT IGRT Civco 6DORF couch, and TrueBeam with VisionRT
HDR program uses GammaMedPlusiX with Brachyvision planning
LDR brachytherapy program for PSI uses Variseed. Busy SRS & SBRT program
Must be able to be immediately added on RML as AMP. Opportunities for research collaboration and career growth.
Internal Number: 19002735
About University of Missouri Health Care
As part of the state’s premier academic medical center, University of Missouri Health Care offers a full spectrum of care, ranging from primary care to highly specialized, multidisciplinary treatment for patients with the most severe illnesses and injuries. Patients from each of Missouri’s 114 counties are served by approximately 6,000 physicians, nurses and health care professionals at MU Health Care.
MU Health Care is a part of University of Missouri Health System, which also includes the MU School of Health Professions, the MU School of Medicine, the MU Sinclair School of Nursing and University Physicians practice plan.
University Hospital includes: The Frank L. Mitchell Jr., MD Trauma Center. A nationally accredited Cycle II Chest Pain Center and a nationally accredited Primary Stroke Center, the George D. Peak Memorial Burn and Wound Center.
University of Missouri Women’s and Children's Hospital is Missouri's only hospital dedicated to women and children. It is the largest pediatric health care facility in mid-Missouri.
Ellis Fischel Cancer Center is Missouri’s only hospital dedicated solely to cancer care.
Missouri Orthopaedic Institute is the newest and la...rgest freestanding orthopaedic center in mid-Missouri.
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