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  • Remington College Medical Assistant Training

    Medical Assisting: Training that is a picture of good health.

    Medical Assistants are healthcare professionals who keep doctor’s offices, clinics, hospitals, and other medical practices moving by performing clinical and administrative tasks.

    Clinical responsibilities include taking vital signs, preparing patients for exams, and instructing patients on treatment procedures. Administrative duties include filing medical records, filling out patients’ insurance forms, and scheduling appointments.

    Call or request information to learn more about our Medical Assisting diploma programs. 

  • Florida Basic X-Ray Machine Operator License Exam

    The Basic X-Ray Machine Operator licensure is offered through the Florida Department of Health (FDH). The State of Florida requires than an individual must be a licensed practitioner or a certificate holder to administer x-ray or other types of ionizing radiation to humans.

    The BXMO is for individuals who have passed the Florida radiologic technology certification exam.

    1. Applicants must first apply for the BXMO through the Florida Department of Health (FDH). Applications are available on the FDH website. Completed applications and application fee must be mailed to:
    2. Florida Department of Health
      EMT/PMD/Rad Tech Certification Office
      PO Box 6330
      Tallahassee, FL 32314-6330
       
    3. Once your application has been received and approved by the FDH you will receive a letter of eligibility from the Florida Certification Office.
    4. Approved applicants will need to register for the Florida radiologic technology certification exam with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) on www.staterhc.org. The exam fee and a copy of the eligibility letter received from the Florida Certification Office must be mailed to:
    5. ARRT
      Attn: FL State RHC, AART
      1255 Northland Drive
      St. Paul, MN 55120
       
    6. You may obtain your test scores 7-14 days after your examination, and will be available online through the Florida Department of Health. Once you pass the exam, it may take 2 weeks for your license to be processed and updated in the online search database. You may begin working as soon as the online system indicates your license is active, and you will be mailed a printed copy of your license a few days later.

    Application fee: $50

    Exam fee: $100

    For more information on the Florida BXMO exam, please visit http://www.floridahealth.gov/licensing-and-regulation/radiologic-technology/help-center/index.html 

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