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<p>Radiation therapy technologists operate a variety of sophisticated machines, such as linear accelerators and cobalt units, which generate X-rays, gamma rays, electron beams, and other types of radiation in the treatment of cancer patients.</p><br>
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Radiation therapy technologists operate a variety of sophisticated machines, such as linear accelerators and cobalt units, which generate X-rays, gamma rays, electron beams, and other types of radiation in the treatment of cancer patients.  
  
<p>Radioligic technologists, which includes occupations such as manmagraphic technologists, computer tomography (CT) technologists, ultrasound technologists and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologists, prepare and process images of designated portions of the body.</p><br>
 
  
<p>Nuclear medicine technologist responsibilities include administering radioactive material to humans for diagnostic purposes. Requirements include successful completion of college level courses specific to nuclear medical technology and laboratory training. To obtain a certificate, the applicant must pass the state administered exam or submit documentary evidence of having passed an exam equivalent by one of the following: Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, or the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.</p><br>
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Radioligic technologists, which includes occupations such as manmagraphic technologists, computer tomography (CT) technologists, ultrasound technologists and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologists, prepare and process images of designated portions of the body.  
  
<p>Radiation therapy technologists, radiologic technologists, and nuclear medicine technologists require certification by the California [http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/Pages/RadiologicHealthBranch.aspx '''Department of Health Services.]'''</p><br>
 
  
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Nuclear medicine technologist responsibilities include administering radioactive material to humans for diagnostic purposes. Requirements include successful completion of college level courses specific to nuclear medical technology and laboratory training. To obtain a certificate, the applicant must pass the state administered exam or submit documentary evidence of having passed an exam equivalent by one of the following: Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, or the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
  
'''<font color="#4AA02C">Department of Health Services</font color="#4AA02C">'''<br>
 
'''Radiologic Health Branch'''<br>
 
Physical Address (for FEDEX, UPS, etc.)<br>
 
Radiologic Health Branch<br>
 
Department of Public Health<br>
 
Radiologic Health Branch<br>
 
1500 Capitol Mall, 5th Floor MS 7610<br>
 
Sacramento, CA 95814-5006<br>
 
  
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Radiation therapy technologists, radiologic technologists, and nuclear medicine technologists require certification by the California [https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DRSEM/Pages/RHB.aspx '''Department of Health Services.]'''
  
'''Maling Address:'''<br>
 
Department of Public Health<br>
 
Radiologic Health Branch<br>
 
PO BOX 997414, MS 7610<br>
 
Sacramento, CA 95899-7414<br>
 
(916) 327-5106<br>
 
[http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/Pages/RadiologicHealthBranch.aspx '''www.dhs.ca.gov/rhb''']<br> 
 
  
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'''Department of Public Health'''
  
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'''Radiologic Health Branch'''
  
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Physical Address (for FEDEX, UPS, etc.)
  
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Radiologic Health Branch
  
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Department of Public Health
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Radiologic Health Branch
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1500 Capitol Mall, 5th Floor MS 7610
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Sacramento, CA 95814-5006
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'''Maling Address:'''
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Department of Public Health
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Radiologic Health Branch
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PO BOX 997414, MS 7610
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Sacramento, CA 95899-7414
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https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DRSEM/Pages/RHB.aspx

Latest revision as of 17:27, 18 September 2019

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Radiation therapy technologists operate a variety of sophisticated machines, such as linear accelerators and cobalt units, which generate X-rays, gamma rays, electron beams, and other types of radiation in the treatment of cancer patients.


Radioligic technologists, which includes occupations such as manmagraphic technologists, computer tomography (CT) technologists, ultrasound technologists and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technologists, prepare and process images of designated portions of the body.


Nuclear medicine technologist responsibilities include administering radioactive material to humans for diagnostic purposes. Requirements include successful completion of college level courses specific to nuclear medical technology and laboratory training. To obtain a certificate, the applicant must pass the state administered exam or submit documentary evidence of having passed an exam equivalent by one of the following: Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, or the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.


Radiation therapy technologists, radiologic technologists, and nuclear medicine technologists require certification by the California Department of Health Services.


Department of Public Health

Radiologic Health Branch

Physical Address (for FEDEX, UPS, etc.)

Radiologic Health Branch

Department of Public Health

Radiologic Health Branch

1500 Capitol Mall, 5th Floor MS 7610

Sacramento, CA 95814-5006


Maling Address:

Department of Public Health

Radiologic Health Branch

PO BOX 997414, MS 7610

Sacramento, CA 95899-7414

(916) 327-5106

https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DRSEM/Pages/RHB.aspx