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- (850) 488-0595
Monday through Friday | 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. EST
Department of Health | Radiologic Technology Certification
4052 Bald Cypress Way
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3285
P.O. Box 6330
Tallahassee, FL 32314-6330
The Council on Radiation Protection is an advisory council to the Department of Health and was legislatively established to ensure that every radiological personnel practicing in this state meets minimum requirements for safe practice. The Department is responsible for licensing, monitoring, disciplining and educating every person who use radiation and radiation emitting equipment to assure competency and safety to practice in Florida.
The Florida Department of Health, in accordance with Governor DeSantis’ Executive Order 22-219 and State Surgeon General’s Emergency Order number 22-005, has extended license expiration deadlines for Radiologic Technicians and Radiologic Assistants (September 30, 2022 and October 31, 2022) to midnight on November 30, 2022. Unless another extension is granted, any active license not renewed before this time will go into an expired status.
For up to date and current COVID-19 information for the ARRT please go to the following link https://www.arrt.org/
**** ATTENTION APPLICANTS ****
Effective July 1, 2016, anyone applying for certification as a Radiologic Technologist or Radiologist Assistant is no longer required to complete the HIV/Aids course as a condition of licensure. After July 1, 2016, you will not need to submit evidence of HIV/Aids Course Completion. Please note that this is still a condition of renewal of a certification.
- Florida’s Healthy Promise Campaign
- Information on Ebola Virus Disease Documents
- Notice to Licensees About Fraudulent Documents
For further information on the Ebola Virus Disease visit the Department of Health’s online newsroom or website.
Should you receive a document that appears to be from DOH, but you believe may be fraudulent, you may contact your local law enforcement agency or you may contact DOH at 850-488-0595 for instructions on how to proceed. Your cooperation and assistance is vital in protecting the continued integrity of DOH licensees and our consumers.