Radiation Oncology Centers of Nevada in Las Vegas is seeking a full-time associate medical physicist with minimum of three years of clinical experience in radiation oncology. The successful candidate will join five Radiation Oncologists, two medical physicists, one dosimetrist, eight radiation therapists and one nurse. Primary duties will include external/brachytherapy treatment planning, perform treatment plan quality assurance, assist in monthly / yearly calibrations and quality performance check of treatment machines, participate in comprehensive quality assurance program, weekly chart checks, consult with physicians on technical aspects of patient setup and planning.
The Radiation Oncology Centers of Nevada provide highest standards of practice in patient care/safety and focuses on radiation treatment including SRS, SBRT/VMAT, IMRT, IGRT, 3DCRT and HDR. The practice has two locations with two Varian Truebeams (one with high definition MLC), one Clinac iX-Silhouette, one Clinac 6EX, two GE CT simulators (one with large bore), Varian Eclipse v13.7 treatment planning system, Brainlab v4.5 cone based SRS treatment planning system, Vision RT, ARIA v13.7 information management system and dedicated suite for Varisource iX HDR afterloader.
Please submit a cover letter and CV with three references name and contact information to: email@example.com. You could also reach me at 702-403-8939 for an interview on either Monday or Tuesday during ASTRO 2017 annual meeting in San Diego.
Potential candidate must be graduate of CAMPEP accredited program and ABR board eligible with strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Radiation Oncology Centers of Nevada (ROCNV) is the reestablishment of a premier practice in Clark County. The practice previously operated as Radiation Oncology Centers of Las Vegas, with its parent company Associated Radiation Oncologists established in 1995. Previous physicians have once again come together to open a socially responsible practice; they are Dr. Greg A. Dean, Dr. Ritchie Stevens,... and Dr. Beau James Toy. They have been practicing in Clark County since 1988, 1990, and 1997, respectively.
This group of physicians has led the way for quality radiation treatments in Las Vegas by offering innovation in treatment delivery, staffing with well-qualified, caring professionals, excellent relationships with patients, referring physicians, and insurers. It is because of the respect that we have for our patients that we strive for no less than our absolute best in all we do. Quality care and innovative treatments are not simply catch phrases, but integral parts of who we are and what we do on a daily basis.
Radiation Oncology Centers of Nevada offers its patients the following types of treatments:
•IMRT- Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy
•IGRT – Image Guided Radiation Therapy
•SRS- Stereotactic Radiosurgery
•SBRT- Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy
•Conformal Radiation Therapy
•HDR and LDR Brachytherapy
•Electrons for skin and other malignancies
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