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Re: Radiation Technician Position

Mr. Giomuso:

RADSAFE is an HP technical discussion group, not a marketing forum.  Please
discontinue marketing here.

Scott O. Schwahn, CHP
Accelerator Division, M.S. 12A1
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
12000 Jefferson Avenue
Newport News, VA 23606
(757)249-7551 (w)
(757)249-7363 (fax)

At 09:54 PM 7/31/96 -0500, you wrote:

>You wrote: 
>>Although I am not located in the State of Colorado, I perform the wipe 
>test analysis in accordance with NRC and many agreement state 
>protocols.  I have many clients around the United States that perform 
>the wipeand send me the sample.  My typical cost for analysis is 
>$15.00/sample, but negotiable for multiple samples.  I can fax the 
>results as soon as they are counted.  I will be happy to send you some 
>information on our company at your request.  We are a full service 
>medical physics group that consults to hospitals, clinics universities, 
>industrial and veterinary facilities.  Let me know if I can help.

At 10:00 PM 7/31/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Read your message about a rad safety tech.  I'm just wondering if you 
>were considering and outside medical physics group to assist in these 
>duties.  I'm part of a local med. physics team in Cleveland and would 
>be happy to discuss this alternative.  If interested call me at 
>1-800-405-0641.  I know Dr. Cook from my association with Lakewood 
>Hospital and others that he covers.  Would like to here from you.

>>At 10:06 PM 7/31/96 -0500, you wrote:
>I don't know if you have consided the possibility of an outside medical 
>physics group to perform those duties  described as well as routinely 
>audit the rad. safety program.  I am currently working on an MS in 
>medical physics from the Medical College of Ohio and live in Cleveland. 
> I have many clients in Ohio as well as Columbus and would be happy to 
>discuss this as an option.  Call me at 1-800-405-0641 or email.