Chapter 103: MEDICAL RADIATION HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT
§9854. License required; exceptions
A person may not practice or profess to be authorized to practice after September 1, 1984, as a radiographer, a nuclear
medicine technologist or a radiation therapist unless that person is licensed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.
2009, c. 112, Pt. A, §15 (AMD)
2.Effect of Act.
Nothing in this Act may limit, enlarge or affect the practice of licensed practitioners.
1983, c. 524, (NEW)
The requirement of a license shall not apply to:
A. A dental hygienist licensed under chapter 16, subchapter IV; [1983, c. 524, (NEW).]
B. A dental assistant holding a valid license or certificate issued by the Maine State Board of Dental Examiners as a dental
radiographer; [1983, c. 524, (NEW).]
C. A resident physician or a student enrolled in and attending a school or college of medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, podiatry,
dentistry or radiologic technology or an individual who is concurrently obtaining the education and clinical training required
by the board by rule who applies ionizing radiation to a human being while under the supervision of a licensed practitioner;
or [2005, c. 166, §1 (AMD).]
D. Any person serving in the United States Armed Services or public health service or employed by the Veterans' Administration
or other federal agency performing his official duties, provided that the duties are limited to that service or employment. [1983, c. 524, (NEW).]
2005, c. 166, §1 (AMD)
1983, c. 524, (NEW).
2005, c. 166, §1 (AMD).
2005, c. 511, §5 (AMD).
2009, c. 112, Pt. A, §15 (AMD).
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