Medical physics

Do you want a career where you can apply your science or technical skills to healthcare? Then look no further than medical physics!

South Tees Hospitals have a range of career opportunities available across several sections of medical physics; from technologist roles to post-graduate training posts – we have it all!

There are many pathways into medical physics for people with the appropriate science and engineering qualifications, each recognising different levels of training and experience. Could we offer you a route in?

Read about our departments below for an overview of what we do.

  • Radiotherapy – we use high energy x-ray radiation to treat cancer patients and implement new methods to improve treatment.
  • Nuclear medicine – we use radioactive tracers to provide functional imaging of patients and treat some specific forms of cancer.
  • Clinical measurement – we provide highly specialist measurement services and carry out innovative development projects to directly improve patient diagnosis and care.

Contact the medical physics department at The James Cook University Hospital on 01642 282845 for further information.