Alaska Administrative Code
Title 12 - Professional Regulations
Part 1 - Boards and Commissions Subject to Centralized Licensing
Chapter 40 - State Medical Board
Article 5 - Physician Assistants
Section 12 AAC 40.473 - Inactive physician assistant license

Universal Citation: 12 AK Admin Code 12 AAC 40.473

Current through December 14, 2023

(a) A physician assistant who is not practicing in the state may hold an inactive license that may be renewed.

(b) A physician assistant may apply for an inactive license at the time of license renewal by

(1) indicating on the form for license renewal that the physician assistant is requesting an inactive license; and

(2) paying the inactive biennial license fee established in 12 AAC 02.250.

(c) A physician assistant licensed as inactive may not practice as a physician assistant in the state.

(d) A physician assistant licensed as inactive who wishes to resume active practice as a physician assistant in the state must

(1) submit a completed renewal application form indicating request for reactivation;

(2) pay the physician assistant biennial license renewal fee established in 12 AAC 02.250, less any inactive license fee previously paid for the same licensing period;

(3) submit a copy of a current certificate issued by the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants; and

(4) request a clearance report from the Federation of State Medical Boards's Board Action Data Bank be sent directly to the board.

(e) Notwithstanding (a) and (b) of this section, the board may refuse to reactivate a physician assistant authorization for the same reasons that it may impose disciplinary sanctions against a licensee under AS 08.64.326 and this chapter.

Eff. 6/28/97, Register 142; am 9/30/2001, Register 159; am 9/1/2007, Register 183

Authority:AS 08.64.100

AS 08.64.107

AS 08.64.240

AS 08.64.313

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