LANDAUER Medical Physics (LMP), a LANDAUER company, is seeking to fill four available positions in our two-year CAMPEP Accredited Radiation Oncology Physics Residency beginning July 1, 2021. The current year’s positions will be based in Newnan, GA (2), Zion, IL (1) and Charlotte, NC (1).
This is a formal two-year CAMPEP Accredited Residency Program in Therapeutic Medical Physics. The intent of the program is to train those individuals who have elected to pursue a career as a clinician in community practice. The program will offer the resident training opportunities with a diverse set of equipment and treatment modalities in addition to an educational experience ranging from small private practice therapy centers to large hospital-based departments. Through the larger LMP network, residents will have extraordinary opportunities to routinely participate in less commonly performed activities, such as equipment commissioning.
Applicants must have obtained a graduate degree from a CAMPEP-accredited medical physics graduate program. Eligible candidates will have completed their graduate requirements no later than June 30, 2021 and be able to begin work on July 1, 2021. Preference will be given to individuals with a terminal M.S. degree.
Applications must be submitted through the AAPM Medical Physics Residency Application Program (MP-RAP). Applicants are encouraged to submit early as the number of eligible candidates is expected to exceed the number of interviews granted. Required to Apply: Candidates must have the necessary paperwork to work in the United States. LMP currently has six residents in the second year of the Residency Training Program and four residents in the first year.
LMP partners with hospitals, cancer centers and imaging facilities across the United States providing on-site expertise and total solutions support in all areas of medical physics including radiation oncology, commissioning, and imaging. Our full-service Medical Physics Practice Group of over 100 associates includes a progressive team of physicists and dosimetrists who are dedicated to improving the profession and to providing the best practice and programs in the industry. Those who join LMP benefit from the opportunity to collaborate with experienced associates having diverse expertise, while working closely with the center’s therapy team to provide some of the most advanced dosimetry and treatment capabilities. LMP offers a competitive salary, benefits, and continuing education package.
To learn more about the LMP Radiation Oncology Physics Residency program, please contact Amber Pauley APauley@landauermp.com or (937) 412-0160.
Deadline for Application: December 31, 2020
Program and Student Statistics
Year Entering Program
|From CAMPEP Graduate Programs||0||1||2||3||3||4||4||3||4||3||6||4|
|ABR Part I||2||3||2||3||3||4||4||2||1||2||4||2|
|ABR Part II||1||3||2||3||1||4||4||-||-||-||-||-|
|ABR Part III||2||2||3||1||4||-||-||-||-||-||-|
- 100% of graduates have found positions in Radiation Oncology clinics upon graduation
- 100% of graduates have passed (including conditionally) the ABR Part 3 (orals) on their first attempt
- ~60% of graduates have been initially hired by LANDAUER Medical Physics
- ~50% of graduates are currently working for LANDAUER Medical Physics