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supervises a team of highly trained healthcare professionals,
including radiation technicians and radiation therapy nurses, who
assist him or her in providing radiation therapy.
A radiation technician operates the radiation machines used
for the radiation therapy treatments given to cancer patients.
He or she can operate a LINAC radiation therapy machine or can
perform cobalt therapy. A radiation technician also maintains
the radiation equipment. A radiation therapy nurse provides
nursing care and helps cancer patients learn about radiation
therapy treatment and how to manage side effects.
Petitioner employed eight employees in 2002 and nine
employees in 2003. In 2002, petitioner employed two radiation
oncologists, Dr. Eure2 and Dr. Ramez Farah (Dr. Farah), as well
as a full-time radiation nurse, three full-time radiation
technicians, one full-time employee who worked as an
administrator and as a radiation technician, and a part-time
administrative assistant. In 2003, petitioner employed Dr. Eure
and Dr. Farah, a full-time radiation nurse, two full-time
radiation technicians, one part-time radiation technician, one
full-time employee who worked as an administrator and as a
radiation technician, a part-time administrative assistant, and a
2Although Dr. Eure is a radiation oncologist, he performed
only administrative and supervisory services for petitioner in
connection with the radiation therapy treatments provided to
petitioner’s cancer patients during the years at issue.
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