Kathie Lueke, Program Manager
Medical & Specialized Health
A Medical Radiographer is permitted to apply radiation to any part of the human anatomy for diagnostic purposes. The performance of radiographic procedures shall be at the request of, and for interpretation by, a licensed practitioner. These radiographic procedures shall not include interpretative fluoroscopic procedures.
Interpretative Fluoroscopic Procedures, for the purpose of medical radiography licensure, means the use of radiation in continuous mode to provide information, data and film or hardcopy images for diagnostic review and interpretation by a licensed practitioner as the images are being produced.
Licensed Practitioner means a person licensed to practice medicine, dentistry, podiatry, chiropractic, osteopathic medicine and surgery, or as an osteopathic physician.
Qualification for a License as a Medical Radiographer:
Submit the following to the department:
1. Completed Application
2. Copy of your ARRT card; and