Radiation Oncology Physics Residency

The Piedmont Healthcare Radiation Oncology Residency Program's mission is to develop qualified medical physicists who are competent to provide clinical professional services in the independent practice of radiation oncology physics.  We are committed to developing physicists who champion multidisciplinary patient-centered care, demonstrate professional leadership and embrace future changes. 

Residents will receive the main component of their clinical training at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital, the tertiary hospital for Piedmont Healthcare, but have the opportunity to connect with satellite clinics in the Metro Atlanta region. All clinics are accredited by the American College of Radiology and the American Society of Therapeutic Radiation Oncology APEx. More than a dozen board-certified radiation oncologists provide radiation oncology services at nine locations with 15 linear accelerators, active LDR and HDR programs, stereotactic services, and nuclear isotope administration.

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    Interested applicants are required to have, or obtain before starting the residency, a graduate degree in medical physics from a CAMPEP-accredited graduate program. Residency applications are accepted thru the Medical Physics Application Program (MP_RAP).  Reference MP-RAP for specific application dates and requirements. The application must be fully completed.  Contact any program faculty with any questions.


Program Statistics

CAMPEP approval for the residency program was granted in July 2019. Residents were not accepted to the program until CAMPEP approval was received.

Radiation Oncology Physics Residency Program Statistics

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