Radiation Technology Certification
The Office of Radiation Control protects the health and safety of Delawareans by regulating the use of ionizing radiation in medicine, industry, research and education, and to provide health protection resources in the event of a radiological emergency. ORC performs pre-operational inspections for new radiation machine facilities, inspects and registers facilities that use radiation machines, registers facilities that use radioactive materials, registers radiation service providers, and issues certificates for administering radiation to patients, by qualifying medical and dental radiation technologists and technicians.
Department: Health and Social Services
Division: Public Health
Office: Office of Radiation Control
The license term for all certificated is 4 years.
For technicians who specialize in Radiology, the application fee is $10.00, and the licensing fee is $50.00 for 4 years.
Licensure applications are e-mailed and/or sent to the facilities upon request.
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Licensure renewal forms are sent to the facilities annually, prior to the expiration of the current license. Alternatively, you may request renewal forms from DHSS Public Health, Radiation Control.
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