Welcome to the AdventHealth Medical Physics Residency Program at the Cancer Institute’s Department of Radiation Oncology. Our Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP) accredited training program provides clinical training and educational activities to prepare graduates for a career in medical physics.
Our residency program offers two years of full-time, hands-on clinical training, with residents interacting with staff physicists, physicians, dosimetrists, nurses, radiation therapists and service engineers to learn safe and effective patient care. Upon program completion, residents will demonstrate competency in all areas of clinical radiation oncology physics and will be qualified to take the American Board of Radiology certification exam in Therapeutic Medical Physics.
Our oncology medical physics program is located at AdventHealth Orlando, AdventHealth’s flagship campus and a 1,368-bed, comprehensive quaternary care and mixed academic/private practice referral center. We house the only accredited Extracorporeal Membranous Oxygenation and Pulmonary Hypertension Programs in Central Florida and the only Bone Marrow and Comprehensive Solid Organ Transplant programs in the AdventHealth network.
We look forward to sharing our program with you!
– Adi Robinson, PhD, DABR
Senior Medical Physicist
Director, Medical Physics Residency Program