Our physicists have the training and experience to provide reliable imaging equipment testing services and consulting advice. No matter how unusual your request or situation, we have probably seen it and dealt with it before, so we know exactly what to do to keep you in compliance.
Whether it is a physicist survey of a new MRI or CT machine to meet ACR accreditation requirements, hosting on-line training courses to meet new TJC standards, or an audit of your NRC byproduct material license, we answer all your questions and perform our work to meet the latest standards and regulations.
Physics testing of x-ray machines to meet TJC standards and state requirements.
Physics testing of CT machines per ACR protocol by physicist qualified to ACR and state requirements.
Physics testing of MRI machines per ACR protocol by physicist qualified to ACR requirements.
Physics testing of ultrasound machines per ACR protocol by physicist qualified to ACR requirements.
Physics testing of mammo machines and annual review of mammography program to meet MQSA standards.
Analysis of leak test of sealed sources to meet facility NRC license conditions.
Calibration of radiation survey meters to meet NRC license conditions.
Periodic audits of nuclear medicine program to verify compliance with NRC license conditions.
Multiple on-line courses to meet The Joint Commission and NRC training requirements.
Estimation of fetal dose to provide critical information to risk management and the patient.
Preparation of NRC license application for byproduct material use.
Answers to any questions regarding ACR, MQSA, TJC or state standards or general questions on radiation.
Gamma Corporation and the qualified medical physicists are all state licensed to provide medical and health physics services to users of radiation and imaging equipment in Hawaii.
qualified medical physicist
Ronald Frick has been with Gamma Corporation since 1993. He is board certified in health physics by the American Board of Health Physics, and in diagnostic medical physics by the American Board of Radiology. His specialties include CT and MRI surveys to meet accreditation requirements of the ACR, and mammography machine surveys to meet MQSA requirements.
Jay Nakasone has been with Gamma Corporation since 2005, and was originally trained by the State of Hawaii as an inspector of facilities for compliance with state regulations and mammography facilities for compliance with MQSA requirements. His specialties include state requirements and MQSA requirements. He performs x-ray machine testing, radiation protection surveys, and consults with facilities regarding MQSA regulations.
Mosa Alhamami joined Gamma in April 2021. He holds a M.Sc. in biomedical physics and Ph.D. in imaging biophysics & biomedical engineering. Prior to joining Gamma, Dr. Alhamami was a resident at the Department of Radiology & Imaging Sciences, Indiana University School of Medicine. His specialities include MRI, ultrasound imaging, mammography and CT. He will be eligible to take his exams for board certification in December 2021.
qualified medical physicist
Philip Manly is the founder of Gamma Corporation, and has been with the company since its incorporation in 1978. He is board certified in health physics by the American Board of Health Physics, and in diagnostic medical physics by the American Board of Radiology. His specialty is in mammography machine surveys to meet MQSA requirements.