We are the regulatory body for medical radiation and imaging technologists in Ontario. Our primary responsibility is to serve and protect the public interest by making sure that your medical radiation and imaging technologist is qualified to practise and that they’re practising professionally. We regulate the profession in five specialties: radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance and diagnostic medical sonography. We ensure the continued competence of our members through our quality assurance program, and address concerns from the public through our complaints and discipline process.
All qualified medical radiation and imaging technologists in Ontario are listed in our public register. Anyone can use it to locate a particular member, check that an individual is a member in good standing, and in which specialties the member is qualified to practise.
Anyone who feels they have not been treated properly by a member of the CMRITO can file a complaint. It will be investigated fairly and thoroughly by the College, with decisions made known to you.
The Council is the governing body of the CMRITO. We also have a number of committees to meet our regulatory responsibilities.
Our Council and its committees are made up of both members of the profession, who are elected or appointed, and members of the public appointed by the Provincial Government.
We provide a number of resources for medical radiation and imaging technologists and the public. These include the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, practice guidelines, videos, webinars, publications, information about governing legislation, links to relevant organizations, and more.
CMRITO is required to publish the results of public hearings held by its Discipline Committee. To fulfil this requirement, the CMRITO publishes summaries of decisions below, in the annual report and under the member's profile in ‘Find a Member’.