Members can access all the information and tools they need to maintain their registration with the CMRITO, update their information, resign or reinstate their registration, and access their QA ePortfolio through the Member and Applicant Portal (MAP).
All medical radiation and imaging technologists must practise in accordance with the CMRITO’s standards of practice and must have the necessary knowledge, skill and judgement to perform procedures competently, safely and ethically. You can find the standards of practice and all the information you need to meet the professional practice requirements the Practice Essentials document and in the professional practice section of the website.
You must be registered with CMRITO in order to be legally authorized to practice the profession in Ontario. Find out about renewing your registration, adding a specialty, resigning and reinstating your registration here.
Only registered members of CMRITO are permitted to use the protected title and the specialty abbreviations. The protected title and abbreviations are an indication to the public that the member is currently registered, qualified and legally authorized to practice the profession in Ontario.
Members are required to update their email, home mailing address and employer information within seven days of any change, as set out in the legislation and the CMRITO By-laws.
Members are required to use their legal name for their CMRITO registration and provide any change in their name, along with the required evidence, within seven days of the change. If a member wishes to use an additional given name in their practice for convenience, they can request the CMRITO to add it to the public register.
CMRITO is required by law to maintain and publish on its website a list of members and past members. Maintaining a register of individuals legally authorized to practice the profession in Ontario is consistent with the College’s mandate to serve and protect the public interest.
Regulated health professionals are permitted under the RHPA to incorporate for the purpose of practising a health profession, providing they obtain Certificates of Authorization from their respective health profession colleges. If you are self-employed or own a clinic, there may be tax advantages to registering as a health profession corporation with CMRITO.
All CMRITO members are required to maintain their competence by participating in the Quality Assurance (QA) Program.
All College members must maintain professional liability insurance as set out in the by-laws of the CMRITO.
Visit this page for answers to some of CMRITO's most frequently asked registration questions.