The Radiotherapy Physics Department provides a scientific and technical support service to the Radiotherapy Department of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
The Radiotherapy Physics Department is situated in the Colney Centre at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Radiotherapy Physics staff are Clinical Scientists (Physicists), Electronic Engineers, Mould Room Technicians and Support Staff. All staff receive practical and theoretical instruction in addition to their academic qualifications to ensure that they are suitably trained to carry out the wide range of tasks they perform supporting radiotherapy treatments.
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The work of the Radiotherapy Physics Department includes:
- Quality Assurance
- Treatment Planning
- Radiation Protection
- Mould Room Services
- Mechanical & Electronic Engineering
- IT Support
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We are proud to have pioneered a fully multi-disciplinary approach and have successfully achieved an international reputation for efficiency and quality of work. We are committed to the Department of Health’s ‘Quality Management’ initiative and were one of the first Radiotherapy Physics units in Europe to achieve the internationally recognised ISO9001:2000 standard.