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We are in the process of changing to a new and very much improved licensee database.


All January 2021 and beyond License and Permit Renewals MUST BE MAILED TO THE OBMI OFFICE.

Link to Printable & Fillable Permanent License Renewal Application
     Link to Workforce Survey
Link to Printable & Fillable Temporary License Renewal Application
Link to Printable & Fillable Permanent Limited Permit Renewal Application     Link to Workforce Survey
Link to Printable & Fillable Temporary Limited Permit Renewal Application

2-year License or Permit fee PAID ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2020= $120 plus $4 survey fee.
2-year License or Permit fee PAID ON OR AFTER JANUARY 1, 2021= $216 plus $4 survey fee. 

6-month Temporary License or Permit fee PAID ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2020= $30.
6-month Temporary License or Permit fee PAID ON OR AFTER JANUARY 1, 2021= $54.


Do You Have A Tracking Number For Your Application From Your Carrier?  If So, Click Here.

Governor Kate Brown - Building A Safe & Strong Oregon - COVID-19 Information - News Releases - Watch Press Conference's
The Governor has asked the Health Related Licensing Boards to pass a model rule regarding compliance with the Governor's Executive Orders during a Governor declared emergency. The OBMI has complied with that request and has implemented a temporary model rule. Click HERE to view the rule filed with the Secretary of State. 

Clarification From Oregon Governor's Office Regarding The Temporary Rule.


OBMI Advisory Committee Meeting Agenda

Date & Location: 12/03/2020 - PSOB @ 1:00 PM
Zoom Meeting Only - Instructions

Board Committee Meeting Agenda - 1/05/2021

(Policy & Investigative Committees)

Location:  PSOB @ 9:00 A.M.
Zoom Meeting Only - Zoom Instructions To Come.


Quarterly Board Meeting Agenda - 1/22/2021

Location: PSOB @ 9:00 A.M.
Zoom Meeting Only - Zoom Instructions To Come.

New  Rule Changes - Effective 10/30/2020

(Rule Effected: 337-010-0006 and 337-030-0010). 
Includes workplace conduct in the definition of Practicing Medical Imaging and clarifies civil penalties language.


Oregon Society Of Radiologic Technologists
Virtual Continuing Education Opportunity
Click Here For Details.


Executive Director Notice

  • Due to COVID-19 Precautionary Measures: NO WALK-INS ARE PERMITTED. Our office is CLOSED to all persons except Staff and Board Members.
  • Please EMAIL all staff rather than call on our phone lines. Due to alternating work schedules, we will be best contacted via email. Use the email links under “CONTACT US" for your convenience. Your questions and concerns are important to us, please give us at least 24 hours Monday-Friday and at least 48 hours if you email over the weekend for a response.
  • The Mail delivery continues to contribute to delays in processing applications. Please use our online renewals if at all possible to ensure your renewals are taken care of the most efficient way possible during these uncertain times. For ALL applications and payments of fines, we recommend that you send your submissions with a tracking number. This will enable you to check the status of your submission. You can find links to USPS tracking HERE.
  • DO NOT wait until the last minute to renew-you will have a delay in your licensure!
  • The OBMI appreciates you for your work and important role as a medical professional, especially during the COVID-19 situation.
  • Thank you for your cooperation and patience, stay safe and healthy.



Mission Statement

"The mission of the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging is to promote, preserve and protect the public health, safety and welfare of Oregonians who are undergoing medical imaging studies performed by agency license and permit holders for the purpose of medical diagnosis and therapy."

Oregon Law Mandates that you MUST ALWAYS have an active Medical Imaging License or Limited Permit issued by the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI) to legally perform any type of Medical Imaging in any modality. (ORS 688.455).  Any failure to comply with that law may result in civil penalties along with a permanent record of disciplinary action against a License or Limited Permit.  The Board is also required to report all disciplinary action taken against a License or Limited Permit to the National Practitioner's Data Base (NPDB).

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