North CypressMedical Center is a 139-licensed bed, general acute care hospital, founded bylocal physicians who wanted to create a sophisticated, upscale,patient-friendly healthcare environment for their community. Our services includethe latest, state-of-the-art medical technology and equipment, well-respectedarea physicians, and an upscale 5-star hotel-like ambiance. Designed withpatients and physicians in mind, North Cypress aims to be the hospital ofchoice for the Northwest corridor.
- Breast Center
- Dialysis Center
- Oncology Services
- Emergency Services with 4 free-standing locations
- Heart Center
- Rehabilitation Services
- Sleep Center
- Sports Center
- Weight Loss Center
- Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
The Radiation Therapist is an integral member of the Radiation Oncology teamwho primarily functions in a specialized area of Radiation Therapy Technologyin the role of direct patient care provider in the Department of RadiationOncology. Scope of position is defined by the Medical RadiologicTechnology Act of the State of Texas, the American Registry of RadiologicTechnologists, and the standards of Radiation Therapy. The RadiationTherapist is responsible for the performance of all duties relating to theadministration of a prescribed course of Radiation Therapy. The RadiationTherapist must be able to understand and carry out complex medical prescription. The Radiation Therapist must be able to communicateverbally in a clear and concise manner to personnel, patients, and physicians,and be task and detail oriented. Most importantly, the RadiationTherapist provides quality patient care in direct relation to the patient’sneeds based on age specific, diagnosis, treatment, emotional, nutritional andother identified needs.