The College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario (CMRTO) is the regulatory body for medical radiation technologists (MRTs) in Ontario. Medical radiation technology is a regulated profession under Ontario's Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991.
The mission of the CMRTO is to regulate the profession of medical radiation technology to serve and protect the
The CMRTO protects the public by setting standards of practice for the profession, by setting entry to practice requirements for medical radiation technologists, by ensuring the continued competence of MRTs, and by addressing concerns from members of the public through the complaints and discipline processes.
Below are some areas of the website that may be of particular interest to members of the public.
Also be sure to visit the "What's New" section found at the bottom of every page of the website for the latest updates from the CMRTO.
Public Register of Members
The CMRTO register of members contains information about members some of which is available to the public.
The public register allows the public to view the following information on the CMRTO website:
- first and last name
- registration number
- registration status
- business address and business phone number
- any terms, conditions and limitations that are in effect on a certificate of registration
- a notation of revocation or suspension of a certificate of registration (including an administrative suspension)
- as well as other information listed in the Health Professions Code or by-laws of the CMRTO
Click here for further details on what information is available on the public register.