School for Medical Dosimetry

School for Medical Dosimetry

Welcome to 21st Century Oncology's School for Medical Dosimetry

Welcome to 21st Century Oncology's School for Medical Dosimetry

Thank you for your interest in our 16-month post-baccalaureate certificate program in medical dosimetry. Note that we require all candidates for the School for Medical Dosimetry to be diagnostic radiographers [RT(R)] and radiation therapists [RT(T)] in good standing with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists® (ARRT) as well as hold a baccalaureate degree. For further information regarding the program as well as application materials, please review the documents available here. 

NOTE: Should 21st Century Oncology, Inc. corporate members determine need in a particular geographic market, officials from 21st Century Oncology, Inc. will consider allowing a candidate from another JRCERT-accredited medical dosimetry program to use one of the company’s clinical sites provided the candidate meets, at a minimum,  the following conditions:  (1). the candidate is currently an employee with 21st Century Oncology, Inc.;  and (2). the online program must meet similar program and practicum requirements as 21C school standards. If a candidate meets the above criteria, the Office of the Corporate Chief Medical Officer (call 239-931-7285) will appoint a committee to evaluate the candidate’s request.

If you have any questions about the School for Medical Dosimetry, please contact the Program Director via email at Claire.Skowronski@21co.com or by telephone at (239) 573-5972.

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL
312-704-5300 312-704-5304 fax
mail@jrcert.org
www.jrcert.org

We look forward to working with you to further your career in the radiologic sciences.

Regards,

Claire Skowronski, MS, RT(R)(T), CMD
Program Director, School for Medical Dosimetry

  Constantine A. Mantz, MD
Chief Medical Officer, 21st Century Oncology, Inc.
Medical Advisor, School for Medical Dosimetry


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