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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Radiation Therapist

SUMMARY:   Profoundly creative, talented and resourceful Radiation Therapist with over six years experience in designing treatment plans for patients and administering radiation therapy treatment in conjunction with radiation oncologists or other medical specialists.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Sound knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures    involved in the operation of ionizing radiographic and radiation    therapy equipment.
  • In-depth knowledge of human anatomy and proper positioning    of the patient to provide treatment as prescribed.
  • Exceptional ability to administer CPR in a medical emergency.
  • Great ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go    wrong.
  • Remarkable ability to see details at close range (within a few    feet of the observation).
  • Uncommon ability to listen to and understand information and    ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
  • Strong ability to read and understand information and ideas    presented in writing.
  • Exceptional ability to speak clearly so others can understand.
  • Exceptional ability to apply general rules to specific problems    to produce answers that make sense.

    Professional Experience

    St. Gabriel Hospital, Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Radiation Therapist
    • Follow the prescriptions of radiation oncologists to work out a treatment plan that delivers the precise radiation dosage to the diseased area while minimising the dose to unaffected tissues.
    • Use simulators and/or CT scanners to identify the areas to be treated and those to be avoided.
    • Calculate the precise radiation dose required and start the process of distributing the dose on a planning computer system, and record details of procedures to be utilized.
    • Give detailed treatment plans to radiation oncologists for approval.
    • Explain procedures to patients.
    • Position and stabilize patients in preparation for treatment delivery.
    • Monitor the patient carefully during the treatment.
    • Operate the treatment machines, associated equipment and computer verification systems to deliver the planned treatment accurately.
    • Observe quality assurance procedures and record dosage and other relevant details on patients' record sheets.
    • Advise the patient about self-care procedures for radiation treatment side effects, and refer the patient for further assistance.
    • Supervise and train students allocated from universities in the practical aspects of radiation therapy.
    • Participate in patient and community education regarding radiation therapy.

    St. Gabriel Hospital, Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Radiation Therapist Intern (under supervision)
    • Checked prescription, diagnosis, chart and patient identification.
    • Explained procedure to patient, means of communication during treatment and procedure to follow if emergency arises during treatment.
    • Reinforced Radiation Oncologist's advice to patient regarding reactions to treatment and their care.
    • Prepared room and equipment for patient according to prescription regarding immobilization devices, field size, treatment distance, lead protection devices, etc.
    • Transferred patient safely to treatment couch, giving special care to catheters, intravenous drips, etc.
    • Checked daily treatment time and delivered prescribed dose.
    • Maintained visual and audible communication with the patient during treatment.
    • Maintained patient markings.
    • Observed patient for unusual reactions and events and reported accurate information to the nursing staff and Radiation Oncologist.
    • Observed radiation safety measures for patient and personnel.
    • Performed simulations.
    • Assisted in tumor localization procedures, preparation of immobilization devices, etc.
    • Assisted in dosimetry procedures (i.e. Prescription calculations).
    • Obtained weekly port films and presented them at chart rounds for review by Radiation Oncology staff.
    • Assumed weekly on- call status on a rotation basis.
    • Performed and documented daily accelerator warm-up and QA procedures.
    • Maintained records of daily treatment and other records as required by department quality assurance and quality improvement activities.

    Education and Professional Training

    American Registry of Radiology Technology Certified

    Bachelor's Degree in Radiology
    University of New York (2000)




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