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South Florida Physics offers personalized service throughout the South Florida region. 

Nuclear Medicine Quarterly License Support
  • Dose calibrator testing:

    • linearity (quarterly)

    • accuracy (annually)

    • geometry (initial & after repairs)

  • Performance of Site surveys (quarterly)

  • Sealed source leak testing (semi-annually)

  • Sealed source inventory (semi-annually)

  • Survey meter calibration (annually)

  • Loaner meter provided while your meter is being calibrated

  • Program audit (annually)

  • Continuing education & in service instruction as required

  • Quality assurance program evaluation as required


Administrative Support

We understand how busy you are and if you would like us to hand-deliver your reports and file them in your quality control books....We are happy to assist!


We offer a wide range of services for accreditation - ACR and ICANL 


We are willing to tailor our services to suite your needs - from the required physics testing to the administrative submission.


Tech Support

We are able to connect nuclear medicine technologists with Cardiology offices who need help.

Current listings:

  • Cardiology Practice in East Boca Raton is looking for a technologist two days a week.  This is a permanent position. 

Please send us an email through our contact tab for more information.

Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) Services
RELAX...We will handle it all!
As your Radiation Safety Officer (RSO) we will perform all duties of the RSO as stipulated in the state regulations.​

(A) A licensee shall appoint a RSO who agrees in writing to be responsible for implementing the radiation safety program. The licensee, through the RSO, shall ensure that radiation safety activities are performed with approved procedures and regulatory requirements in the daily operation of the licensee’s radioactive materials program.

(B) The radiation safety officer shall promptly investigate and implement corrective actions as necessary regarding:

(a) Overexposures;

(b) Accidents;

(c) Spills;

(d) Losses;

(e) Thefts;

(f) Unauthorized receipts, uses, transfers, and disposals; and,

(g) Other deviations from approved radiation safety practice. A written report of these investigations and the corrective actions taken shall be given to management.

(C) The radiation safety officer shall implement written policies and procedures to:

(a) Authorize the purchase of radioactive material;

(b) Receive and open packages of radioactive material;

(c) Store radioactive material;

(d) Keep an inventory record of radioactive material;

(e) Use radioactive material safely;

(f) Take emergency action if control of radioactive material is lost;

(g) Perform periodic radiation surveys;

(h) Perform checks of survey instruments and other safety equipment;

(i) Dispose of radioactive material;

(j) Train personnel who work in or frequent areas where radioactive material is used or stored; and,

(k) Keep a copy of all records and reports required by department regulations, a copy of these regulations, a copy of each licensing request and license including amendments, and the written policies and procedures required by the regulations.

(D) The radiation safety officer shall approve radiation safety program changes for medical use not at a medical institution with the consent of management prior to sending to the department for licensing action.

(E) The radiation safety officer shall assist the radiation safety committee for medical use at a medical institution.

(F) The RSO shall review, sign and date, at least every 3 months, the occupational radiation exposure records of all personnel working with radioactive material.

(G) The licensee shall retain a copy of both authority, duties, and responsibilities of the RSO and a signed copy of each RSO’s agreement to be responsible for implementing the radiation safety program for the duration of the license. The records must include the signature of the RSO and licensee management.

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