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Renewal

MQA RT Certification Office

Customer Contact Center Council Office Mailing Address
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    Department of Health | Radiologic Technology Certification

    4052 Bald Cypress Way 

    Bin C-85 

    Tallahassee, FL 32399-3285

For Applications and Fees (Regular Mail)
  • P.O. Box 6330 

    Tallahassee, FL 32314-6330


All renewals for Radiologic Technology have moved to Licensure Services. Please do not contact the certification unit regarding renewals for this profession. You may contact licensure services at MQAOnlineService@flhealth.gov.

To read more about renewal requirements, the renewal process, profession specific renewal fees and continuing education requirements select the appropriate link from the left menu. Licensees, registrants and permit holders are required to renew their licenses biennially in order to maintain the right to practice.

The department has made every effort to include the information you need to renew your license on this website. You can visit our Help Center, Resources, and Applications and Forms page for frequently asked questions, links, forms, and other helpful information. If you have additional questions about your renewal process, please contact a renewal specialist.

Renew License


Please mail your renewal documents to Licensure Services at:

Address: Department of Health
Licensure Support Services
4052 Bald Cypress Way
Bin C-10
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3260
Fax number: 850-245-4791

Renewal Email: mqaonlineservice@flhealth.gov


  • Requirements
  • Continuing Education Requirements
  • Process
  • Fees

Current licenses expire at midnight, Eastern Time, on the last day of the birth month of the licensee.

To ensure you receive your renewal notification from the department, your current mailing address must be on file. Failure to renew an active license before the expiration date will result in the license being placed in an expired status. Failure by an expired licensee to reactivate within ten (10) years of becoming expired renders the license null and void without any further action by the board or the department.

Licensees requesting to reactivate their license from inactive or retired status are required to pay additional fees and comply with specific continuing education requirements. Please contact the board office at mqa.rad-tech@flhealth.gov to request your reactivation requirements.

The department will renew your license upon receipt of:

  • Completed renewal application
  • Required fees
  • Continuing Education

Approved Providers

Other Methods of Obtaining Continuing Education per Biennium

  • For other methods of obtaining continuing education per biennium refer to rule 64E-3.008

Helpful Information

  • No more than 3 of the 12 CE's may be classified as personal development, which are courses not directly related to your field of practice, such as CPR.
  • The balance of hours must be classified as technical radiation protection, equipment operation, etc.
  • All continuing education used to renew a certificate must have been earned in the current renewal cycle and the same course cannot be repeated in the same cycle.
  • The ASRT submits CE information to FL monthly (approximately mid-month) for their members who hold current Florida certification.
  • If you have received your renewal notice and your CE information is not current, you may fax CE to our office at (850) 245-4791. We cannot accept CE from you except during this period.
At least 60 days before your license expires, the department will mail you a renewal notification to your last known mailing address of record. You will have until midnight, Eastern Time, on the day your license expires to renew. Failure to renew an active license by the expiration date will result in the license being placed in an expired status. At any time a licensee may elect to enter an inactive status. Failure by an expired or inactive licensee to reactivate within ten (10) years of becoming expired or inactive renders the license null and void without any further action by the board or the department.

Expired and Inactive licensees will not receive a renewal notice.

The department has made every effort to include the information you need to renew your license on this website. You can visit our Help Center, Resources, and Applications and Forms page for frequently asked questions, links, forms, and other helpful information. If you have additional questions about your renewal process, please contact a renewal specialist.

Renew License

Renewal Instructions:

Please select the answer below that best applies to you for further instructions.

Have You Renewed or Applied Online Since 2015?

No, I have not registered for a new account

  1. Click the Renew Online button.
  2. Select your board and profession and click Submit.
  3. If you have not created an account in the new MQA Online Services Portal, select Click HERE for New User Registration. Please note that your user ID and password mailed with your physical license will no longer work with our new system. You must register for a new account using a valid email address.
  4. Follow the prompts to create your new account.
  5. After you Sign In with your new user ID and password, you will then be prompted by a 3-step process to link your license to your account before you can renew. You will need three (3) items:
    1. Your social security number
    2. Your date of birth
    3. Your mailing address zip code on file with the Department of Health (Please note that your mailing address zip code can be found on your renewal postcard or your physical license)
  6. Once you have successfully linked your license to your account, you will see the Manage My License section on your Quick Start Menu.
  7. During renewals, a “It is time to Renew” message will populate no later than 90 days prior to your license expiration date (Note: If you do not see the “It is time to Renew” message, please check back at a later time). Under It is time to Renew, select Renewal Application to submit your renewal application and payment.

Yes, I have registered for an account, but I have not linked my license

  1. Click the Renew Online button.
  2. Select your board and profession and click Submit.
  3. If you have an account but have not linked your license to your account, enter your user ID and password, then click Sign In.
  4. Once on your account, you must select Add My License or Previous Application to link your license. You will then be prompted by a 3-step process to link your license to your account before you can renew. You will need three (3) items:
    1. Your social security number
    2. Your date of birth
    3. Your mailing address zip code on file with the Department of Health (Please note that your mailing address zip code can be found on your renewal postcard or your physical license)
  5. Once you have successfully linked your license to your account, you will see the Manage My License section on your Quick Start Menu.
  6. During renewals, a “It is time to Renew” message will populate no later than 90 days prior to your license expiration date (Note: If you do not see the “It is time to Renew” message, please check back at a later time). Under It is time to Renew, select Renewal Application to submit your renewal application and payment.

Yes, I have registered for a new account and linked my license

  1. Click the Renew Online button.
  2. Select your board and profession and click Submit.
  3. If you have already created an account, enter your user ID and password, then click Sign In.
  4. During renewals, a “It is time to Renew” message will populate no later than 90 days prior to your license expiration date (Note: If you do not see the “It is time to Renew” message, please check back at a later time). Under It is time to Renew, select Renewal Application to submit your renewal application and payment.

Additional Information:

  • You may renew online if you have a credit or debit card to complete the transaction.
  • Please note: If you do not have a credit or debit card, you can now renew online, print a copy of your application summary and mail it with your cashier’s check or money order to:
    Division of Medical Quality Assurance
    P.O. Box 6320
    Tallahassee, FL 32314-6320

If you are reactivating your license, please refer to the laws and rules governing your practice for additional requirements.

Certified check or money order should be made payable to the Florida Department of Health.

If renewing BEFORE your license expires, your fees will be:
Active to Active* $55.00
Active to Inactive $40.00
Inactive to Active $55.00

If renewing AFTER your license expires, your fees will be:
Expired to Active* $155.00

If reactivating OUTSIDE the renewal cycle, your fees will be:
Inactive to Active* $55.00

*An additional $40.00 will be charged for each certification added after the first.

A certificate that has been inactive or expired for 10 years or more automatically becomes NULL and VOID and may not be reactivated.

By submitting the appropriate renewal fees to the department, a licensee acknowledges compliance with all requirements for renewal, including continuing education.