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Renewal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy License

Renew online now! All licenses expire 12/31/2019!

All medical imaging and radiation therapy licenses expire 12/31/2019. You MUST renew your license to continue to practice.
It is illegal to practice without a current license. 

Please read the below information carefully to avoid delays in renewing your license and to keep informed of license requirements.
Please complete the Application for Renewal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy License. Each time you renew your registry (ARRT, ARDMS, CCI, NMTCB, etc.), you must send a copy of your new registry to the NDMIRTB office.

  • Renewal fee is $150.00
  • Late fee: $50 additional fee if postmarked on or between January 2 and March 1 – Expired license but not practicing.
  • Late fee: $150 additional fee if postmarked on or between January 2 and March 1 – Continued practice with an expired license.

Limited x-ray operators and bone densitometry technologists are not able to renew online for this renewal.
You will need to mail the below to the Board office.

  • Renewal Application,
  • Renewal fee $75 fee,
  • Continuing Education Certificates

Note: The Board may have online renewals available for the next renewal. Contact the Board office at info@ndmirtboard, if you have any questions. Thank you for your understanding.

The Board's Administrative Rules became effective April 1, 2018 and will now be enforced by the Board.

The ND Administrative Code is promulgated by the Board with subsequent approval by the Attorney General’s Office and the Administrative Rules Committee of the legislature. Once enacted, administrative code has the full force and effect of ND law. How is Administrative Code different than the Law? Administrative Code further clarifies and defines the laws.

Prior to beginning the renewal application, please ensure you have all the correct documents:
*A copy of your current registry card(s) with a national certifying agency (ARRT, ARDMS, etc.). 
*If you answered “Yes” to any of the questions in the Personal Background History, an explanation and any relevant documentation as requested at the end of that section must be submitted with your renewal application. Documentation should include a criminal judgment and may include other relevant documents.

NOTE: Your renewal may be delayed for review by the Board office, Board Chair or wait for a Board meeting IF you have a name change, conviction within the last 2 years, have a grandfathered license, not current with your registry, or have other unique situations.

New Licensees: The Board does not prorate fees. There are no provisions in the Board's Law and Rules to prorate fees, so they are not authorized to do it for anyone. Everyone with an expiration date of 12/31/2019 must renew their license, regardless of when it was issued. All licensees renew at the same time. If you were licensed in 2018 or 2019, you may not have been licensed a full 2 years yet, but you still need to renew. If you received a renewal notice, you are required to renew your license to continue practice. You will need to renew your license by December 31, 2019, to avoid expiration of your license. Renewing on or after January 1, 2020, will result in additional late fees. It is illegal to practice in ND without a current license.

Continuing Education (CE) Compliance NOW begins

This section does not apply to general diagnostic operators (GDO), RCIS, RCES, or grandfathered licensees. Those licensees must submit records upon each renewal as their requirements are unique to their individual practice. Those licensees must submit continuing education for every renewal beginning now. See NDCC 43-62-14(7) and NDAC 114-02-01-10, 114-02-02-03.

Beginning 1/1/2020, all licenses will be required to earn continuing education for license renewal beginning this renewal (2020-2021) cycle and for ALL future renewals. NDCC 43-62-14(3), NDAC 114-02-01-04 states “An individual must be continuing education compliant in each modality of practice and may practice in more than one modality and all the modalities will be acknowledged on the license.”

You will not send in CE documentation unless audited by the Board, retain CE information for your own records. Continuing education for license is not in excess of the hours you already earn for national registry (ARRT, ARDMS, CCI, NMTCB, etc.)! You are required to be CE compliant ONLY in those modalities you are currently practicing. NDAC 114-02-01-04 states (5) five hours for EACH of those which you practice but those hours may be the same hours submitted to your registry. This is a requirement for your State License renewal and is also State law. Travels (locum tenens) must also adhere to this state law if renewing their ND license.

RCIS/RCES CE Compliance: NDAC 114-02-01-05 and 114-02-01-06 -Biennially (two-year) shall complete (12) twelve hours of fluoroscopy safety and relevant radiation protection continuing education; must be RCEEM eligible and acceptable as registry appropriate contact hours. (If not accepted by your national registry it will not be accepted by the NDMIRTB.) This is a requirement for your State License renewal and is also State law. All documentation MUST be submitted upon each renewal.

Information for Cath Labs: Licensure requirements are for only those individuals PERFORMING imaging (this includes “panning” and activation of fluoroscopy) is considered performing medical imaging. If you are NOT “panning” or activating fluoroscopy you do not need to be licensed in ND. The Board realizes that each facility has its own policies of whom may performing imaging in the cath lab, but ND state law is clear, if performing imaging you must be licensed.

Printing Your License Certificate: Once you have renewed, you will receive a receipt showing your license is renewed. You may print your license certificate.  If you have problems with printing the certificate, please contact the Board office.

  You may now proceed to the: Online Licensure Renewal Application

Login Tips: To login, you will need your license number, last four digits of SSN, and your last name on file with the Board. If you do not know your license number, you may find it by verifying your license. Enter only your first and/or last name to find your license number. If you are unable to login, please contact the Board office
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