General X-Ray Machine Operator (GXMO) Courses

sponsored by the Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association

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Schedules & Registration:

To register online please click on the correct registration date or follow the link for a brochure.

To review the certification and/or renewal process process please see the below, "What class should you take" section.

GXMO Scheduled Courses

The content and curriculum have been developed by the OHFAMA and approved by the Ohio Department of Health, all instruction and handouts are the intellectual property of the OHFAMA and may not be duplicated, tape recorded or video-taped.

Didactic Initial Course and Recertification Course: 
August 24-25, 2017 - SOLD OUT
November 16-17, 2017 - Click Here For A Brochure

2018 Dates to be posted in late July

Clinical Position Course (Digital): 
August 26, 2017 - SOLD OUT
November 18, 2017 - Click Here For A Brochure

2018 Dates to be posted in late July


To be placed on a wait list for sold out courses, please contact Luci Ridolfo, CAE at (614) 457-6269 or lridolfo@ohfama.org

GXMO Licensure: The Ohio Department of Health - Radiologic Licensure website 

News & Announcements:

OHFAMA is Proud to Announce their Partnership with Ohio Medical Physics Consulting, LLC in cooperation with ZapIT! Medical, LLC an online GXMO provider.

Zapit

ZapIT! Medical offers an online GXMO training course which satisfies the Ohio GXMO licensure requirement and ZapIT! Medical provides online Continuing Education courses to meet the Ohio Department of Health requirement for GXMO’s to complete 12 hours of continuing education every two years. ZapIT! Medical also offers Clinical Training at your facility for your convenience.

Please select the Online Education tab at www.zapitmedical.com to view the different education offerings in more detail and to register for a course.

Click here to visit ZapIT! Medical LLC’s website or for more information contact ZapIT! Medical at (855) 927-4863 ext 100.

What Class Should You Take?

Choose which description fits you to find your correct class - need help? Call Luci at OHFAMA: 614-457-6269

  • I don't have a license, and I work for a podiatrist: You take the DIDACTIC COURSE and the CLINICAL COURSE, which includes all coursework to qualify you for the test
  • I don't have a license and I work for a chiropractor: You take the DIDACTIC (2-day) COURSE, which is the classroom work. Then you must take the clinical course for SPINE in order to qualify for the test. Unfortunately, we do not offer that course. The Department of Health can help you locate a provider of the course: List of Course Providers.
  • I don't have a license and I work for an urgent care, hospital or other non-specific facility: You take the DIDACTIC (2-day) COURSE, which is the classroom work. Then you must take the clinical course for whichever area you specialize in in order to qualify for the test. Unfortunately, we do not offer any courses other than podiatric-specific. The Department of Health can help you locate a provider of the course: List of Course Providers
  • I don't have a license and I don't have a job.  If you plan to work in PODIATRY, then you take the DIDACTIC COURSE and CLINICAL COURSE which includes all coursework to qualify you for the test. If you don't have a specialty, then you take the DIDACTIC (2-day) COURSE, which is the classroom work. Then you must take the clinical course for whichever area you decide on in in order to qualify for the test. Unfortunately, we do not offer any courses other than podiatric-specific. The Department of Health can help you locate a provider of the course: List of Course Providers
  • I have a license, I just need continuing education hours:  You take the DIDACTIC (2-day) COURSE, this class is open to ALL GXMO's for continuing education credit.
  • I took the didactic (classroom) portion somewhere else and just need the clinical (hands-on). If you work for a podiatrist, or plan to, you take the CLINCAL COURSE, which is the podiatric-specific hands-on course that paired with the didactic course qualifies you for the test. If you plan to work in another specialty, you must choose another course provider for the clinical course: List of Course Providers

 

General GXMO Information:

Do you need to find a clinical course provider? Find one here: GXMO Clinical Course Providers

For more information, or to be entered on the OHFAMA GXMO mailing list, contact:
Luci Ridolfo, OHFAMA Assistant Executive Director
1960 Bethel Road, Suite 140
Columbus, Ohio 43220
phone :(614) 457 - 6269
email: lridolfo@ohfama.org

This page is updated frequently - please check back for the most up-to-date information!

The Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association is an approved provider of General X-ray Machine Operator (GXMO) courses by the Ohio Department of Health.

Medical assistants are required to hold a valid GXMO to operate x-ray equipment in the state of Ohio.