MEDICAL RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY BOARD OF EXAMINERS
4814 South 40th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85040-2940
Phone: (602) 255-4845 Fax: (602) 437-0704
The Medical Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners tests and certifies professionals to practice various specialties of medical imaging and therapy using ionizing radiation. The Board also accepts complaints against certified technologists, investigates allegations, and administratively adjudicates complaints. The Board currently certifies over 8,000 technologists.
2016 MRTBE Notices
License Verification* **
Renew Certifications Online (NOTE: We are currently unable to accept American Express)
Computed Tomography Certification Notice - Information on Computed Tomography Certification
MRTBE Statutes (A.R.S.§32-2801)
Scope of Practice for Radiology Letter - Letter Regarding Scope of Practice of Radiology and Fluoroscopy
MRTBE / JRC Approved Schools - List of MRTBE / JRC Approved Schools
MRTBE Complaint Form
*A person may obtain additional public records related to any certificate holder, including dismissed complaints and non-disciplinary actions and orders, by submitting a Request for Public Documents - Non-Commercial Use
**Certification numbers ending with a "P" denotes the certificate is pending.
NOTE: "P" will be removed once certificaton is approved.
MRTBE IMPORTANT NOTICES
- Important Notice for all Technologists
Wallet Cards will no longer be issued, however, certificates will still be issued as normal.
- Important Notice to Computed Tomography Technologists
New regulations were filed with the Arizona Secretary of State April 7, 2015. Click here for the Notice
- Important Notice to Nuclear Medicine Technologists
The only time nuclear medicine technologists may perform CT is when it is part of a PET/CT or SPECT/CT fusion study. There are no other circumstances that permit the performance of CT by nuclear medicine technologists.
If you are charged with any felony, or certain misdemeanors involving conduct which may affect patient safety, you must notify the MRTBE within 10 days of the date the charges are filed. Arizona Revised Statutes 32-3208 provides more specific information about this law.