Rock Hill, SC, United States
Job ID: 3256-OTHLOC-300000013788722
Job Family: Radiology Services
Status: Full Time
Shift Details: Regular
Department Name: 82521065732962-Radiation Therapy
Location: Rock Hil - 228 S Herlong Ave
Location – Greater Charlotte/Northern South Carolina
Address - 228 S Herlong Ave Rock Hill SC 29732
Shift Required - Variable/On Call
Interested applicants are invited to join Atrium Health Physics and Dosimetry practice at Piedmont Carolinas Radiation Therapy Center (PCRT), working alongside a dynamic care team. Atrium Health (formerly Carolinas HealthCare System) is one of the nation’s leading healthcare organizations. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Atrium Health has more than 900 care locations. Atrium Health’s Levine Cancer Institute (LCI) provides patients with access to nationally renowned physicians and state-of-the-art treatments at 25 cancer care locations, including 9 radiation therapy centers. LCI was named to US News and World Report’s 2020-21 “Best Hospitals for Cancer Care” list. Coverage duties may include on-site and remote coverage at multiple facilities within the Atrium Health network.
Department Specific Summary
Piedmont Carolinas Radiation Therapy Center - a joint venture between Atrium Health and Piedmont Medical Center - is composed of two practices in Northern South Carolina with close proximity to Charlotte, NC. PCRT is one of the LCI’s busiest radiation oncology departments, treating more than 700 patients a year. The department is equipped with three Varian linacs - a TrueBeam with FFF modes, Varian Advanced Imaging, and a 3D surface image guidance system and two Clinac iXs. Additional equipment includes a GE CT scanner. The department has active SBRT & SRS programs along with Xofigo and dedicated hot lab. Varian Eclipse and Aria are used for treatment planning and the electronic medical record. MIM Maestro image management software is also available. A full complement of QA tools and technologies are available.
At Atrium Health, physicists are leaders within the department, but additional leadership opportunities are available through cross collaboration on research, physics & dosimetry working groups as well as existing and upcoming projects. Research opportunities in motion management, SBRT/SRS planning & delivery and optical surface monitoring are available. Upcoming projects include new TrueBeam install and commissioning, expanding SBRT to new treatment sites, Eclipse 16.1 upgrade (15.6 current), standardization and other departmental advancements.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Masters Degree in Medical Physics or equivalent field of study. Board Certified in Therapeutic Radiologic Physics by the American Board of Radiology or its International equivalent preferred. 3 years experience as a Radiation Medical Physicist preferred. Highly skilled graduates of CAMPEP accredited residency programs will be considered.