Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-3.0032 - Radiologist Assistant Duties and Supervision

Current through Reg. 47, No. 249; December 28, 2021

(1) The duties that a radiologist assistant may perform, and the level of supervision which must be provided by the supervising radiologist, are specified in the "Radiologist Assistant Role Delineation - January 2005," which is herein incorporated by reference, except that:
(a) With regard to Clinical Activity #23, the radiologist assistant shall not administer radiopharmaceuticals unless the assistant is also currently certified by the department as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist.
(b) With regard to Clinical Activity #24, the radiologist assistant shall only administer medications orally while under the direct supervision of the radiologist.
(c) With regard to Clinical Activity #25, the radiologist assistant shall only monitor the patient for side effects or complications of a pharmaceutical while under the direct supervision of the radiologist.
(d) With regard to Clinical Activity #27f, the radiologist assistant shall only perform PICC (peripherally inserted central catheter) placement while under the direct supervision of the radiologist.
(e) With regard to Clinical Activity #28, the radiologist assistant may only perform those additional procedures authorized in compliance with the Radiologist Assistant Role Delineation; however, a radiologist assistant is prohibited from performing the duties specified in Section 468.302(3)(h) 2., F.S.
(2) Within 30 days of beginning work, a radiologist assistant must submit to the department a written statement from the supervising radiologist indicating the radiologist is supervising the assistant. This written statement must also contain:
(a) The date the supervisory relationship began;
(b) The full name and Florida certification number of the radiologist assistant;
(c) The full name and Florida license number of the supervising radiologist, and:
(d) The signatures of the supervising radiologist and radiologist assistant.

Within 30 days of the termination of the supervisory relationship between the radiologist and the radiologist assistant, the radiologist assistant must submit a written statement to the department indicating the termination date of the supervisory relationship.

Notes

Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64E-3.0032
Specific Authority 468.302(3)(h), 468.303 FS. Law Implemented 468.302(1), (3)(h), FS.
New 5-14-07.

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