Recent Project: James Madison University
When James Madison University (“JMU”) of Virginia contacted R.O.S., we were excited. After all, two ROS associates are graduates of JMU–Michael Teague and Ashley Saunders.
JMU received a linear accelerator and two conventional simulators as a gift from a local clinic. They needed a radiation oncology equipment company to perform an evaluation of the donated equipment to determine its viability for continued use, and asked if we could help. The project involved (1) assessing the current state of the equipment and (2) later relocating it to a repurposed building housing physics research.
ROS rigged out & removed the older equipment first, and then revived the Siemens Linear Accelerator and Nucletron Simulator to the point of patient-ready use. JMU’s physics department is eager to use the equipment for advanced research projects, and ROS’s associates are happy to have supported their alma mater in a professional capacity.