Health System Physicist Completes Doctorate Degree
BRUNSWICK, Georgia: June 16, 2011– Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to announce that physicist David McNally recently completed his Doctorate degree in radiation sciences from the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) and Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He also received the MCV Alumni Association Scholarship Award, given to the top student for academic and scholarly excellence as recognized by the university’s faculty and staff.
McNally, who is board-certified by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiological Physics, has been with Southeast Georgia Health System since 1992. He earned his Master’s degree in medical physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and a Master’s in health services administration from Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah. McNally directly oversees and manages the medical physics, dosimetry and radiation therapy activities at the Cancer Care Center, which includes all cancer therapies associated with our CyberKnife® treatment program. He works closely with the entire CyberKnife team to handle the technical aspects of radiological imaging and radiation therapy.