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Technologists home page. We hope you enjoy your visit.

SELF-REGISTRATION 2016 is online!

(Paper registration forms no longer mailed)

Sign up before September 15th by sending your username to office@nbsmlt.nb.ca ! Follow the procedure below:














Self Registration Procedure



Self-Resgistration Tools

Emailing the office with your work station (not Meditech) username:


To create a Service NB account (for non-gnb,non-vitalité,non-horizon):



Self-Registration Guide: userfiles/file/Self_Registration_Manual.pdf


To renew your membership between October 15 and November 30 (deadline):


To pay online with your credit card

  ** Include Name and CSMLS # in the seller's instruction box.

*For registrants whose dues are not paid by employer payroll deduction program.



A PayPal account is not required to pay with a credit card.
Mailed cheque/money order also accepted.


Our organization was born in 1948 when the New Brunswick Provincial Branch of the Canadian Society of Laboratory Technologists (CSLT) was formed.
The NBSMLT was incorporated in 1984 and on May 9, 1991, under the New Brunswick Statute, "An Act Respecting the New Brunswick Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists", NB became the second province in Canada to regulate the practice of Medical Laboratory Technology.

The NBSMLT is both the regulatory body and professional society for approximately 650 Medical Laboratory Technologists (MLT's) in the province of New Brunswick. A medical laboratory technologist must maintain a high standard of practice in a fast paced and rapidly changing workplace environment through continuing education. The NBSMLT is the regulatory body that protects the public throughout these changes.

News & Updates

  • APSC Fredericton Oct 16-17, 2015 more
  • LT-02 Job in Vitalit√© Campbellton - Cash incentive! Student incentive! more
  • CSMLS General MLT Competency Profile Revised and Approved by CMA more
  • We're on Facebook! more
  • Courses Offered On-line by Universit√© de Moncton more
  • Article on the NB Bridging Program more
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