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Can a medical physicist who conducts surveys at only one facility count his or her annual surveys twice during a 24-month period? Can the same mammography unit be surveyed more than once per year to meet the six-unit requirement?

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A medical physicist can count two annual surveys of the same facility within a 24-month period to meet this requirement as long as the surveys are at least ten months apart. The same mammography unit may be surveyed more than once per year to meet the six-unit requirement, as long as these unit surveys are at least 60 days apart.

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