Fluoroscopy CE is required by the state of California for technologists with a fluoroscopy permit, as well as physicians, physician assistants, and other "Licentiates of the Healing Arts" who hold a fluoroscopy supervisor and operator permit. These courses were designed to meet those needs.
Our FLUOROSCOPy CE / CME Courses
5 FLUOROSCOpy Credits
This course discusses fluoroscopy radiation protection for patients and staff for 5 CE / CME credits good for category A and A+ for ARRT* or California state tech and physician requirements.
5 MORE FLUORO Credits
A pediatric flouroscopy review course guaranteed to meet your Fluoroscopy CME / CE requirements all at once for ARRT*, California, and all 50 states' registries for technologists or physicians.
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How many credits do I need?
If you are a radiologic technologist licensed with the ARRT* (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) or an XT licensed with the state of California, Florida, or Texas, these fluoroscopy credits will work toward your 24 credit ARRT CE* biennium total. The ARRT* does not require any CE credits specific to fluoroscopy, and does not have a license sepecific to fluoroscopy. These credits will also apply to any other registry requiring CE or CME either general or fluoroscopy or radiation protection related in the US or Canada. For more information, please visit the ARRT website at www.arrt.org
If you are a Physician, PA, Podiatrist, Dentist, or other health practitioner with a fluoroscopy supervisor and operator permit, you need at least 10 credits for California of which at least 4 credits must be in radiation protection in fluoroscopy, such as the courses on this page.
For more questions, health practitioners should contact the registry with which they are licensed, or visit https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DRSEM/CDPH%20Document%20Library/RHB/Certification/RHB-CEC-Renewal.pdf for CA State requirements.
If technologists are licensed by another state, they should check with their licensing agency for specific state requirements.
For further information on CME credits, please visit
- The Medical Board of California www.mbc.ca.gov
- The Osteopathic Medical Board of California www.ombc.ca.gov
- The Board of Podiatric Medicine www.bpm.ca.gov
- The Dental Board of California www.dbc.ca.gov
- The California Board of Chiropractic Examiners www.chiro.ca.gov
All courses on this site offer Category A credits which are accepted by ARRT* as well as every US state, Canadian province, and all other Radiologic Technologist, Nuclear Medicine, and Ultrasound Technologist registries in North America for both full and limited permit CE requirements, guaranteed.