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The LSRTBE office will be closed:
- Monday, September 3, 2018
LICENSES WITH A MAY 31, 2018 EXPIRATION DATE ARE NOW PLACED IN EXPIRED STATUS AND IT IS ILLEGAL TO PRACTICE AS A RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST IN LOUISIANA. YOU CAN STILL RENEW USING THIS WEBSITE.
TO RENEW ALL OTHER LICENSES CONTACT THE BOARD OFFICE.
Renewal applications for licenses that expire May 31, 2018 can be found under “Documents/Applications-Renew License.” A post card renewal notification was mailed to your address on record at the end of February. Renewing a license can only be done using this website and a credit card or money order are the only accepted methods of payment. If payment with a credit card, a $3 administration fee will be charged. This fee does not go to the LSRTBE. THIS OFFICE WILL NOT ACCEPT CASH, PERSONAL CHECKS, OR CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS OVER THE PHONE.
Renewal of license must be completed before May 31, 2018. THERE IS NO LONGER A PROBATION PERIOD. On May 31, 2018 your license will EXPIRE and it will be illegal for you to work as a Radiologic Technologist in Louisiana. A delinquency fee will be applied after May 31, 2018 in addition to the renewal fee. All fee and continuing education requirements are found in this website.
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Susan Hammonds-Guarisco, B.S.R.T.(R) Chairman, LSRT Member
Abbie Kemper-Martin, M.D. First Vice Chairman, LSMS Member
Greg L. Bradley, M.Ed.R.T. (R) Second Vice Chairman, LSRT Member
Thea C. Moran, M.D. Secretary-Treasurer, LSMS Member
Robert R. Newsome, M.D. LSMS Member
Naveed M. Awan LHA Member
Brett H. Bennett, M. Ed., R.T. (R) LSRT Member
Desiree Bell, R.T.(R) LHA Member
Kirk Soileau LHA Member
Shelley R. Wells, R.T.(R) LSRT Member
VACANT Consumer Member, if interested contact the Louisiana Governor’s Office
|Katherine B. Muslow|
|Kenneth W. Jones, M.Ed., R.T.(R)
The Louisiana Medical Radiation Health and Safety Act of 1984, R.S.37:3200-3221, provides that, in order to safeguard life and health by preventing excessive and improper exposure to ionizing radiation, any person practicing or offering to practice as a Radiologic Technologist in Louisiana shall submit evidence that he or she is qualified to do so.