Subject: [Histonet] New York Licensure

NYSHisto litepath2000 <@t>
Tue Jun 18 12:51:28 CDT 2013

Hi Toysha
Yes, this is correct.  It is unfortunate but this is the way the law has been written, much to our disappointment.I would be more than happy to speak to you directly about this and will give you a call asap.

Luis Chiriboga Ph.D.
President, New York State Histotechnological Society
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Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 14:46:53 +0000
From: "Mayer,Toysha N" <TNMayer <@t>>
Subject: [Histonet] New York Licensure
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Good morning,

 question is for those in the New York state area:  What is needed for 
an HTL to become licensed to work in New York state.  I have two 
students who are moving to the area after graduation (August), and will 
be eligible to sit for the ASCP HTL.  The problem is the license 
requirements are listing HT as the qualifying certification.  One 
student has contacted a recruiter and the state licensure agency and 
still is not sure what to do.  
The state society said that since there are no HTL programs, a HT exam would have to be passed.  Huh???
The students are moving from Texas to New York state, and will hold a BS HTL, eligibility date for BOC of Aug 15.
Any help would be appreciated.

Toysha N. Mayer, MBA, HT (ASCP)
Instructor, Education Coordinator
Program in Histotechnology
School of Health Professions
MD Anderson Cancer Center
(713) 563-3481
tnmayer <@t>

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