A provisional license may be issued to a person who is currently licensed or certified in another jurisdiction and who:
- has been licensed or certified in good standing as a practitioner of medical or radiological physics for at least two years in another jurisdiction, including a foreign county, that has licensing or certification requirements substantially equivalent to the requirements of the Act;
- has passed a national or other examination recognized by the board relating to the practice of medical or radiological physics; and
- is sponsored by a person licensed as a medical physicist in Texas with whom the provisional license holder will practice under this section.
For more information, click on the link below:
Title 22 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 601 (Link to State of Texas site)