Meeting expectations and delivering high-quality work is critically important in a radiation medicine program.
The Radiation Medicine Program's Infrastructure Quality Assurance monitors equipment, software and processes, ensuring they operate safely and consistently and that the infrastructure is ready to work for patients and inefficiencies are dealt with quickly.
This program was established to guarantee that each patient's treatment strikes a critical balance between personalization and consistency of practice.
Our staff are part of national and international organizations charged with establishing and advancing practice standards. Our quality conformance standards aim to exceed national and international guidelines.
To deliver precise, accurate, targeted radiation, we use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques:
Our treatment delivery units are:
Systems currently employed within the Radiation Medicine Program are as follows:
Computerized treatment planning platforms:
- 4 CT Simulators
- Dedicated MR & PET imaging
- Pinnacle Treatment Planning System (v9.8)
- RayStation Treatment Planning System (v4.7)
- Brachytherapy planning systems: Oncentra, BrachyVision, VariSeed
- GammaPlan Planning System (v10.1)