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Corsicana Cancer Center is pleased to introduce Michael O’Neill as the Medical Physicist on our radiation oncology team. Michael earned bachelors degrees in physics and biology from Western Maryland in 1980. He worked as a Medical Dosimetrist and Physicist at Johns Hopkins University from 1980 to 1988. Michael earned a masters in Radiological Health Physics from Johns Hopkins University in 1985. He became certified in Therapeutic Radiological Physics by the American College of Radiology in 1988 and in Medical Dosimetry by The American Association of Medical Dosimetrists in 1989.
Michael moved to Houston, Texas in 1988 where he practiced Medical Physics at St Joseph Medical Center until 2013. He has also worked as an independent consulting medical physicist for U.S Oncology, St Lukes Hospital, Methodist Hospital, Park Plaza Hospital, University of Texas, and Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists. Michael is currently on the medical staff at Park Plaza Hospital and Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists.
Michael is a member of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, the American College of Radiology, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Health Physics Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys hiking, fishing, woodworking, and skiing. He is excited to be practicing Radiation Oncology Physics in Corsicana.
"Medical physicists consult with physician colleagues in areas of diagnosis and treatment, often with the planning of radiation treatments for specific patients using either external radiation beams or internal radioactive sources. ~~An indispensable service is the accurate measurement of the radiation output from radiation sources employed in cancer therapy. ~~Other important services are rendered through investigation of equipment performance, organization of quality control in imaging systems, design of radiation installations, and control of radiation hazards. The medical physicist is called upon to contribute clinical and scientific advice and resources to solve the numerous and diverse physical problems."American Association of Physicists in Medicine
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