With a 609-licensed-bed hospital, 1100 physicians and 4500 employees, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is one of the largest healthcare delivery networks in the Washington, D.C., area. We offer some of the most sophisticated treatments and technologies available, as well as the expertise of nationally respected physicians.
In this role, you will provide clinical physics and dosimetry services related to radiation oncology patient treatment. As a member of the clinical team, you will also support the departmental clinical and academic missions of the Department Chair and the Radiation Physics Division Chief in support of the departmental clinical and academic missions.
Postgraduate degree in Physics.
One to three years of experience in a large healthcare setting.
Board-certified by the American Board of Radiology or the American Board of Medical Physics. A non-certified, but board-eligible physicist will become certified within a specified time at the time of hire.
Competitive compensation and generous benefits
Superb educational opportunities plus tuition assistance
Free shuttle from Metro stations
Location, location, location! Located in Washington, D.C., MedStar Georgetown University Hospital offers an exciting lifestyle to complement a satisfying career. The D.C. metro area is famous for its education and cultural venues in theater, music, museums, art galleries, and restaurants. Employees live in D.C., Maryland or Virginia, affording great choices in lifestyle just Metro stops away from the hospital.
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Associates live by Our Common Purpose: We Create Caring Moments in the Spirit of Cura Personalis – Care for the Whole Person. Our Quality Standards of Safety, Compassion, Professionalism, and Coordinated Care set the priorities for consistent decision making applicable to everyone in every situation.