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Welcome to the home page of the The Medical Radiologic Technologist Certification Program. The Medical Radiologic Technologist Certification Program adopts rules and regulations to regulate the qualifications and performance of Medical Radiologic Technologists licensed in Texas. This site contains information about Medical Radiologic Technologists including scope of practice, certification requirements, filing a complaint, where to go for more information, and more.
NOTICE TO ALL ONLINE SYSTEM USERS. EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 6, 2013, AT 12 NOON THE FOLLOWING SERVICES WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE WEEKEND:
- VersaOnline will not be available for online license application or license renewal.
- The Live Online Search Verification function to verify and print current licenses will not be available.
We apologize for the inconvenience to our customers. All systems should be fully functional by Monday, December 9, 2013.
Customer Service Alert
We have been having problems with email since Wednesday, November 20; we are unable to send or receive emails. This is temporary, and the DSHS IT department is working to resolve it as soon as possible. If you have emailed us, unfortunately our response to you will be delayed. You are welcome to contact us by phone at 512-834-6617 or by fax at 512-834-6677. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.
Advisory Committee Nominations
The Commissioner of DSHS requests your assistance in identifying applicants for membership on Medical Radiologic Technologist Advisory Committee. It is anticipated that the committee will meet once during the next twelve months.
The positions requiring appointment are for four consumers, one medical radiologic technologist whose primary practice is in diagnostic radiography, one licensed physician who has experience in radiologic procedures and who practices in a rural community or at a site serving a medically underserved population in Texas as defined in the Medical Practice Act, Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 152, one licensed medical physicist or a hospital administrator, and one registered nurse or certified physician assistant who has experience in radiologic procedures and who practices in a rural community or at a site serving a medically underserved population in Texas as defined in the Medical Practice Act, Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 152. The terms of these positions are staggered for up to six years. A list of the current membership is also enclosed.
We are currently authorized to reimburse only consumer members of the Medical Radiologic Technologist Advisory Committee for allowable travel expenses while on committee business. Non-consumer members will be responsible for their own travel-related expenses, including transportation, meals, and lodging.
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