There are 1.2 staff members with variable business hours Monday to Friday. NSCMLT is closed weekends and holidays.
We request that you make an appointment before coming to the office to ensure that staff is present.
Please direct all general inquires to:
NS College of Medical Laboratory Technologists
380 Bedford Highway, Suite 202
Halifax, NS B3M 2L4
Licenses, Documents and Web postings: Please allow 2 weeks for processing.
Email and voicemail: Please allow 1-3 business days (delays may occur if on business travel).
To ensure that the NSCMLT website is effectively meeting the needs of your visit, NSCMLT welcomes your suggestion for improvements. Please complete the Contact Us Form above with your suggestions
Communications & Media Information
All inquiries regarding duties or actions of a NSCMLT member are to be directed initially to the Registrar.
Individuals are requested to contact the College using the Contact Us Form or call (902) 789-5095. Depending on the nature of the issue, the request will be shared with the appropiate individual.
All complaints* or discipline issues regarding a NSCMLT member are to be directed initially to the Registrar.
Individuals are requested to contact the Registrar at (902) 789-5095 or complete the Contact Us Form above with your contact information and we will reach out.
Complaints or discipline issues are required to be written, and a signature provided. Upon receipt of the written complaint, the Registrar shall review the information and if deemed appropriate, shall direct the information to the Investigation Committee. If you require help in writing up the complaint please ccomplete the Contact Us Form above with your contact information and we will reach out.
Responding to complaints about the professional conduct of a licensed medical laboratory technologist is one way the NSCMLT meets its mandate of protecting the public. Please refer to the section of the Medical Laboratory Technology Act regarding reporting to the NSCMLT (Section 44 Manner of Initiation) and refer to the College’s Code of Professional Conduct and Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
*Definition: Complaint means any complaint, report or allegation in writing and signed by a person regarding the conduct, actions, competence, character, fitness, health or ability of a member of the College, former member of the College, professional corporation or the employees thereof, or any similar complaint, report or allegation initiated by the Registrar or referred pursuant to subsection 50(2).