Radiologic Technology: Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are some of the major changes to the 2007 revised Article 35?
- licensure of Nuclear Medicine Technologists, including fusion imaging;
- Continuing Education requirements; and
- contrast media injection requirements.
Q: What is required for my continuing education credits?
A: Submit a copy of your current ARRT certification. This will satisfy the 12 continuing education credits that are required annually.
Q: How do I become certified for contrast injection?
A: Fees range from $10-$40, depending on your registration. Please contact our office at (518) 402-7580 for the fee, have your license number ready. Before submitting the injection application, you must be trained by a medical doctor, the application has to be signed by a New York State licensed medical doctor stating you have been adequately trained. Include a copy of your current CPR and payment and return to this office.
Q: What is required to change my name on my license?
A: Submit proof of name change (copy of marriage certificate, divorce decree, etc.) and original license and registration certificates. Include current address, if it is different from what we have on file.
Q: I misplaced my license/registration certificate. How do I obtain a duplicate license/registration certificate?
A: Submit a notarized statement request. Specify license or registration certificate and state the reason for the request. The notarized statement may be faxed to this office at (518) 402-7575.
Q: How do I obtain an out-of-state license verification?
Contact that state you are applying for licensure and request a verification form. Send the verification form to this office:Center for Environmental Health
Bureau of Environmental Radiation Protection
Empire State Plaza-Corning Tower, Room 1201
Albany, New York 12237
The completed form will be returned to the state you are applying for licensure.