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Opportunities for Radiation Oncologists
We have the immediate need for a full-time radiation oncologist with HDR experience to work in our private physicians group located in Southeast Florida. We specialize in HDR Brachytherapy using the Nucletron microselectron and perform clinical treatments inside a unique mobile unit that has successfully served 4 counties for the past 3 years. The physician candidate must also have a current Florida professional license, recent HDR Brachytherapy experience, preferably with the Nucletron product, and be eligible for immediate inclusion on our existing radioactive materials licenses as an authorized user of Iridium-192 HDR.
Opportunities for Medical Physicists
Candidates must meet the following requirements for inclusion of their name as an additional authorized medical physicist on our radmat licenses:
  • Possess a current Florida license in Therapeutic Radiological Physics (TRP). All other Florida medical physics licenses are unacceptable.
  • Possess a radioactive materials license from any State or the NRC that lists the candidate, by name, as an authorized medical physicist for Ir-192 HDR.
  • Possess a Nucletron Training Course Certificate by attendance at the training facility located in Columbia, MD. Preferably issued within the previous 5 years. This training certificate, together with the current Florida license, will also qualify the applicant to be included on our radmat license without the requriement of the previous item.
Our History of Mobile Therapy
Our experience over the past 10 years of mobile radiation therapy has given us the knowledge to provide effective mobile units and has proven that mobile radiation therapy is convenient, reliable, and cost effective. We began treating skin cancers with superficial x-ray units before pioneering mobile HDR radiation therapy 3 years ago.
Radiation Therapy
High Dose Rate Brachytherapy (HDR) is a time tested and safe method that allows physicians to treat cancer with greater precision and less trauma to the patient. As a result, this course of treatment is much shorter and more comfortable than other cancer treatments, and is often performed on an outpatient basis.