The Oklahoma City VA Health Care System has a requirement for Therapeutic Medical Physicist (TMP) to perform onsite Radiation Oncology Physics and Dosimetry Support Services to eligible beneficiaries. All VA Radiation Oncology Services are accredited by American College of Radiology (ACR) and follow the standards & guidelines set forth by ACR.Qualifications:
- Therapeutic Medical Physicists must be Board Certified in Medical Physics or Therapeutic Medical Physics by the ABR and maintain licensure with the Board of Licensure for Professional Medical Physicists, if applicable.
- board certified by the American Board of Radiology
- Therapeutic Medical Physicist must be a graduate from a residency program and/or PH.D. in Medical Physics (Therapy Track) in the USA/Canada.
Minimum of three years experience after board certification in the following areas:
- ARIA record and verify system
- Eclipse Treatment Planning System (TPS)
- BrainLab (SRS) (experience in iPlan TPS will be a plus but not mandatory)
- 4D-CT Imaging & Treatment Planning
- Varian RPM Gating System
- Patient Treatment Planning
- Varian LINAC & Treatment Planning System (TPS) Acceptance and
- Commissioning (experience in Electron Monte Carlo Commissioning and Clinical
- Implementation will be a plus but mandatory).
Contractor shall provide TMP services for veteran patients to include evaluation and treatment of transported inpatient and outpatient clinical services for both palliative and curative cancer patients. This shall include provision of treatment plans, follow-up, re-evaluation, continuing evaluations and treatment visits. Contract Radiation Oncologist shall complete any documentation associated with the treatment provided to VA patients treated by them.
TMP services will also include conventional radiation treatment using the following modalities IMRT, IGRT, Stereotactic Radiosurgery, and Stereotactic Radiotherapy. All patient care documentation including, but not limited to consultations, encounters, weekly progress notes, treatment discharge notes, follow-up notes, continuing physics consultation which covers weekly chart review checks, special physics consultation notes, and other required documentation, shall be recorded documented in accordance with VA Rules and Regulations.VA Radiation Oncology Business Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
- Contractors Physicist(s) will be available, as required, during the hours written in section 3.1. These hours may be revised, in writing, as deemed appropriate, for patient care by the Chief of Staff, Chief of Medicine, Chief of Radiation Oncology or Chief Therapeutic Medical Physicist.
- The TMP may be required to perform work after normal business hours to complete calibrations, measurements, and/or quality assurance.
- On-call: The Contractor will cover on-call coverage as assigned by the Chief Therapeutic Medical Physicist.
- On-call hours are defined as hours outside of normal business hours as specified in section 3.1 but exclude all items stated in section 3.1.2.
- On-call: Contractors Physicist shall be physically on-site at the OKC VAHCS Radiation Oncology Department within 60 minutes of an emergency phone call, when medically necessary.
Place of Performance: Services shall be provided on site in Radiation Oncology Service, VAHCS, 921 NE 13th street, Oklahoma City, OK 73104.
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