The Medical Imaging & Radiation Therapy Technology Board of Examiners was created in 1977 to promote, preserve, and protect the public health, safety and welfare of the citizens of West Virginia by licensing individuals who use ionizing radiation as medical imaging professionals. The Board is funded by license application fees. West Virginia Code §30-23-1 authorizes the Board to regulate the following professions:

  • Radiologic Technologists
  • Radiation Therapists
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologists
  • Nuclear Medicine Apprentice Technologists
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Apprentice Technologists
  • Podiatric Medical Assistants

The Board's Mission is to be the driving force behind the highest quality imaging and radiation safety standards in West Virginia through the licensure of educationally prepared and clinically competent professionals. The Board's Vision is to ensure public safety through a highly skilled and qualified workforce across the entire state of West Virginia providing quality imaging and radiation therapy services in every community and clinical setting.

Introduced Legislation

HB2425. Require regulatory agency heads to have one year experience in the regulated

HB2628. Requiring certain boards that seek to increase a fee or seek to impose a new fee to also submit cost saving measure

HB2768. To require all state entities and Chapter 30 boards to use “.gov” domains and e-mail addresses

HB2841. To create the Occupational Licensing Legal Fund in the State Treasury

HB2945. Relating to state boards of examination or registration

HB2967. Expediting License Applications for active military members and veterans, and their spouses

HB3011. Relating to the General Revenue Fund

HB3171.  Provide that continuing education credits shall not expire for 3 years

SB240. Requiring state board of examination or registration proceedings to be open to public inspection

SB244.  Making rosters of individuals who obtain professional, occupational, and trade licenses, registrations, and certificates available to public

SB247. Making administrative appeals and judicial review of board action subject to provisions of Administrative Procedures Act

SB248. Clarifying when excess funds accumulated by boards are to be transferred to General Revenue Fund

SB419. Amending professions and occupations licensure provisions for individuals with military training

Upcoming Events

02/14/2023 WV Legislative Session - Last day to introduce bills in the House
02/16/2023 Board Meeting
02/20/2023 WV Legislative Session - Last day to introduce bills in the Senate
02/26/2023 WV Legislative Session - Bills due out of committees in house of origin to ensure three full days for readings
03/01/2023 WV Legislative Session - Last day to consider bill on third reading in house of origin
03/11/2023 WV Legislative Session - Adjournment at Midnight
03/16/2023 Board Meeting
04/20/2023 Board Meeting
05/18/2023 Board Meeting
06/15/2023 Board Meeting
07/20/2023 Board Meeting
08/17/2023 Board Meeting
09/21/2023 Board Meeting
10/19/2023 Board Meeting
11/16/2023 Board Meeting
12/21/2023 Board Meeting

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