[Histonet] . Re: Florida license for Histotechs (Brendal Finlay)
TNMayer <@t> mdanderson.org
Thu Jan 31 11:21:27 CST 2013
Along that line, what are the requirements for a NY license? I have an HTL student who wants to move there after graduation. One interpretation was to go to school in the state, another was to do a clinical rotation in the state, and still a third was to submit the HT scores and pay the fee (from NY state society). The last one doesn't sound right, because what if you are an HTL, would you still have to take the HT exam? I did advise the student to call the state board, an HT program, or a hospital in NY to get a clearer understanding.
Toysha N. Mayer, MBA, HT (ASCP)
Instructor, Education Coordinator
Program in Histotechnology
School of Health Professions
MD Anderson Cancer Center
tnmayer <@t> mdanderson.org
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 11:59:44 -0600
From: Brendal Finlay <brendal.finlay <@t> medicalcenterclinic.com>
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Florida license for Histotechs
To: Gail Marcella <gmarcella <@t> nj-urology.com>
Cc: "histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu"
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Here is the link for qualification information through the Florida Department of Medical Quality Assurance.
On Jan 30, 2013, at 11:34 AM, Gail Marcella <gmarcella <@t> nj-urology.com> wrote:
> Hi - I was wondering if anyone knows anything about obtaining a Florida license for Histotechs. I work in NJ , which doesn't require a license, yet, but I also have a NY state License. Can I just transfer it over or do I have to take a test or something?
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