Stephen Iorio, MS, CBET
Stephen Iorio, MS, CBET, served 10 years in the US Air Force as a Biomedical Technician. While on active duty he completed an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Electronics. Upon honorable discharge with commendation from active duty, he became a field service engineer for Philips Medical Systems. Subsequently, Steve was recuited to be Lead Engineer for Siemens Medical System on radiation therapy systems.
Dr. Julie Choi is committed to Radiation Oncology excellence by continuing advanced medical education and is a member of numerous Stereotactic Radiosurgery Organizations globally as well as other professional medical organizations. She has also received Top Doctor Recognition from Castle Connolly and Westchester Magazine Top Docs.
During his tenure with Siemens Medical System Steve Iorio was accepted into the medical physics graduate program at Columbia University. Upon graduatinge he accepted a position as Medical Physicist with 21st Century Oncology \ Northern Westchester Hospital. In 2005, Steve, as the physicist, was integral in opening the Northern Westchester Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center Radiation Oncology and Gamma Knife Centers.
At Northern Westchester Hospital, Steve Iorio is the responsible physicist for all radiation therapy equipment, radio-isotope procedures, and their quality assurance. His inventory currently includes a TrueBeam Linear Accelerator with Brainlab Exactrac, a Perfexion Gamme Knife, a Nucletron micro-Selectron HDR brachytherapy system, I - 125 and Y - 90 brachytherapy programs, and the Zeiss intra-operative system.
Steve is the Chairman of the Radiation Safety Committee at Northern Westchester Hospital responsible for compliance to ALARA, state policies, hospital policies, and emergency radiation situations. He is also the Chairman of the Continuous Quality Improvement Committee (CQI).
He presented at the 2014 Meeting of Mid-Atlantic States Radiation Control Programs as well as the 2015 Metropolitan New York Cancer Registrars Association Spring Educational Seminar. He as been publised in peer- reviewed medical journals.
Steve Iorio is a long-standing member of both te American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) and the Radiological and Medical Physics Society of New York.
(RAMPS). He continues to pursue ongoing education and training in the latest medical physics standards, cancer treatments and technologies