Current Affiliated Clinical Sites
University of Colorado Hospital
Aurora, CO (Denver area)
Florida Radiation Oncology Group (OnCure)
Loyola University Medical Center
Maywood, IL (Chicagoland)
Central DuPage Hospital Cancer Center/Proton
Warrensville, IL (Chicagoland)
Raymond G. Scott Cancer Care Center [Inactive
Geneva, IL (Chicagoland)
University of Illinois Hospital and Health
James Graham Brown Cancer Center [Inactive 2014]
University of Michigan Health System
Ann Arbor, MI
McLaren Cancer Institute/Proton Center
St. Paul Cancer Center
St. Paul, MN (Twin Cities)
VA Medical Center
Minneapolis, MN (Twin Cities)
Cancer Care of Western New York
Cheektowaga, NY (near Buffalo)
New York Methodist Hospital /
Leading Edge Radiation Oncology Services
Summa Health System [Inactive 2014]
Geisinger Wyoming Valley Cancer Center
Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center
La Crosse, WI
Not all sites will
be available in a given year.
Click here for more information regarding where UW-La Crosse is authorized to offer on-line education outside the state of Wisconsin. This is being updated periodically, therefore the medical dosimetry program should be contacted with concerns or questions.
Students enrolled in the program must complete their clinical training at one of the program's affiliated clinical sites. Prospective students may propose the addition of a new site to the program director, however, this process must be initiated well in advance of the application deadline. In order for a new site to be considered, the applicant must submit their request to the program director at least six (6) months prior to the application deadline. Simply listing an unaffiliated clinical site on the application will not be sufficient. Requests not meeting this deadline will not be considered for that application cycle.
The following form lists the criteria required of a clinical site - Clinical Site Requirements Form
Please be aware that a felony charge may affect your ability to obtain clinical placements and/or sit for the board examination.
We respect that a student may elect to not receive immunizations for personal or medical reasons. Students who have a medical condition that precludes them from receiving immunizations may be asked to provide additional documentation from a medical provider. Clinical affiliates must comply with their organization's policy regarding immunizations and as such may decline a student without required immunizations or medical documentation. Students should be aware that this may impact options for clinical education experiences and progression through the medical dosimetry curriculum.