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Detailed Information for: Hemodialysis Technicians
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Updated: 12/8/2014
Description: State licensing program for certification of Hemodialysis Tehnicians.
Statutes, Rules, Ordinances: OAR 333-275
Duration: 2 Years
Fees - application, exam, etc.:  $150.00 for each two year period.
$37.50 for each 6 month provisional (each person can only receive two provisional licenses, then they must get full certification).
Responsible Agency: Health Care Regulation and Quality Improvement
Fee Exemptions: 6 months provisional
Examination Information: CCHT and/or BONENT exam for full certification.
Continuing Ed Requirements: 20 contact hours/2 year certification
Bonding Requirements: None
Insurance Requirements: None
Prerequisites: Minimum of 1000 hours work at CHDT/2 year certification.
Application Form: Application for Certification as Hemodialysis Technician/Provisional Certification
Renewals: Must renew every two years, 30 days prior to license expiration. 
Service Links:  Application form
 Change of Information Form
 FAQ and Fee Schedule
contact Agency Contact Information
Required Documentation: HS/GED Continuing education and employment hours
Additional Information: Provisional certification 6 months

  Agency Information
Please refer to the Agency Website for further details and additional information.
Agency Name: Health Care Regulation and Quality Improvement
E-mail Address: mailbox.hclc@state.or.us
Phone: 971-673-0540
Mail Address: 800 NE Oregon Street
Suite 305
Portland, OR 97232
Website Information: http://public.health.oregon.gov/ProviderPartnerResources/HealthcareProvidersFacilities/HealthcareHealthCareRegulationQualityImprovement/Pages/index.aspx

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