Medical Radiologic Technologist Certification Program Apply for a New License - Apply Online

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Do not use the links and forms below if you are already a certified Medical Radiologic Technologist and need to renew. This web page is only for new MRT applicants, and all NCT applicants. If you are unsure about the qualifications required for each type of license, please see the rules, 25 TAC §143.7.

Medical Radiologic Technologist General Certificate, Medical Radiologic Limited Certificate, Medical Radiologic Technologist Temporary General Certificate, Medical Radiologic Technologist Temporary Limited Certificate, and Non-Certified Technician must now apply for their initial licenses through the new Regulatory Services Online Licensing System. Select the link below to begin the online initial application process. When using the online service, initial license application fees may be paid only using a major credit card.

Apply for Your Initial License Online through the Regulatory Services Online Licensing System

  • You will first create a new user account – then you will be able to login and apply for a license.
  • Once you submit an online application, your fees and information will be processed within 3 business days and routed electronically to the DSHS Medical Radiologic Technologist Certification Program.

You should therefore postmark the other required documents and forms listed below on or shortly after the date you submit the online application, to avoid a delay in processing time.

The department recommends that you attach a copy of the "Receipt Page" (the final page you are able to print out when you complete the online application) to any documents you submit to our office.


 

Medical Radiologic Technologist Certification

1. If you are not registered with the ARRT or NMTCB, you must submit a college or university transcript verifying the award of the degree.

2. Applicants who have not received their diploma or certificate may submit an "expected graduation statement" signed by the program director indicating the anticipated graduation date. The program director may e-mail this statement to E-mail: mrt@dshs or it may be submitted by mail.

3. If you currently hold ARRT and/ or NMTCB, please mail a copy of your card to the address below or fax it to (512) 834-6677. Be sure to include your social security number.

4. If you hold a health-related occupational license issued by another state, territory, or jurisdiction of the United States, you must download and print a copy of the Other License/Certificate Verification Form (below) and mail it to our office. You may also e-mail the program at E-mail: mrt@dshs to request that the form be mailed to you.

5. If you answered yes to the question regarding criminal convictions, mail documentation regarding the offense, to include a copy of the final disposition papers or final court order. Include any convictions which are currently on appeal. You are encouraged to include a written statement or explanation concerning the conviction.


 

Medical Radiologic Technologist Non-Certified Technician (NCT) Registration

1. A copy of the certificate of completion of the approved Non-Certified Technician training program.

2. If you hold a health-related occupational license issued by another state, territory, or jurisdiction of the United States, you must download and print a copy of the Other License/Certificate Verification Form (below) and mail it to our office. You may also e-mail the program at mrt@dshs.state.tx.us to request that the form be mailed to you.

To access documents in Adobe Acrobat format, you must download the Acrobat Reader software. Please see the DSHS file viewing page for more information and a link to the Adobe website.

3. If you answered yes to the question regarding criminal convictions, mail documentation regarding the offense, to include a copy of the final disposition papers or final court order. Include any convictions which are currently on appeal. You are encouraged to include a written statement or explanation concerning the conviction.

 

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Last updated December 11, 2013