[Histonet] A question about HT licensure in various states
--whichones require it?
immrstambo <@t> hotmail.com
Fri Sep 15 18:40:46 CDT 2006
New York does not require registry with the ASCP-although some
hospitals or labs prefer it. September 1st of this year New York is
requiring state licensure from New York. The histology license is
under the clinical laboratory technologist or clinical laboratory
technician license. It is not specific to just histology. The only
license that is specific is CYTOLOGY. So in New York State, to
practice histology you must have a license for either the 2 yr degree
clinical laboratoy technician or 4 year degree clinical laboratory
technologist. They are just implementing and many people will be
grandfathered, but after this you will need to take an exam to obtain
your license. Hope this helps.
CHristine Tambasco, HT (ASCP)
ST MARY's Hospital @ Amsterdam, New York 12010
From: Cheryl <tkngflght <@t> yahoo.com>
To: histonet <@t> pathology.swmed.edu
Subject: [Histonet] A question about HT licensure in various
states --whichones require it?
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 07:18:19 -0700 (PDT)
> Other states I am aware of that require registry for HTs are
> Rhode Island
> --any others?
> I wrote to the state of NY a few months ago and requested the
registry information. They sent me the information for MT/MLT and
CT but nothing for HT. Could someone enlighten me to the NY
regulations in plain language?
> Thanks in advance--
>Cheryl Kerry, HT(ASCP)
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