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Levine Cancer Institute - Radiation Physicist

Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 28960
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Shift Details: Regular
Department Name: 11011036640551-Administration - LCI

Overview

Radiation Physicist - Levine Cancer Institute Radiation Therapy

Location – Greater Charlotte/Northern South Carolina

Address - 201 E Grover Street, Shelby NC 28150

Shift Required - Variable/On Call

 

Job Summary

Interested applicants are invited to join Atrium Health’s directly-employed physics practice at Levine Cancer Institute – Cleveland Radiation Therapy, 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.

 

Department Specific Summary

LCI Cleveland Radiation Therapy is equipped with an Elekta Infinity linear accelerator with IGRT and 3D surface image guidance technology. Additional equipment includes a GE CT scanner. The department has an active SBRT program.  RayStation and the Mosaiq EMR are used as the treatment planning and the electronic medical record, respectively. MIM Maestro image management software is also available. A full complement of QA tools and technologies are available. Candidates with recent Raystation and Mosaiq experience are highly preferred.


Essential Functions

  • Works collaboratively with radiation oncologists, medical dosimetrists, and radiation therapists to provide technical expertise in treatment planning, patient setup, and treatment delivery.
  • Performs quality assurance checks based on industry standards on all equipment including, but not limited to, linear accelerators; CT scanners; treatment planning systems; and brachytherapy sources and equipment per AAPM recommendations and regulatory requirements.
  • Maintains a high level of expertise in the use of the treatment planning and treatment delivery hardware and software and performs routine quality assurance checks and peer reviews of treatment plan quality.
  • Performs physics chart checks during the course of care for patients under treatment; makes recommendations for policy and procedure updates; and provides oversight for the technical aspects of the treatment delivery process.
  • Supports the physicians and chief medical physicist in the analysis and review of new and existing treatment delivery methods and makes evidenced based recommendations.
  • Recommends opportunities for performance improvement and leads performance improvement projects; participates in research; and maintains a current industry knowledge by attending industry meetings and reviewing industry journals.
  • Collaborates with physics and dosimetry staff at other enterprise LCI locations for best practices.
  • Provides staff in-services; radiation safety education; and participates in the instruction of radiation therapy students rotating through the clinic.
  • In conjunction with the chief medical physicist, works closely with radiology, as needed, for advanced imaging techniques and QA that benefit radiation oncology patients.


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
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