Texas Administrative Code
Title 22 - EXAMINING BOARDS
Part 9 - TEXAS MEDICAL BOARD
Chapter 167 - REINSTATEMENT AND REISSUANCE
Section 167.1 - Reinstatement or Reissuance of Medical License Following Suspension or Revocation

Universal Citation: 22 TX Admin Code ยง 167.1

Current through Reg. 49, No. 12; March 22, 2024

(a) Reinstatement of Medical License Following Suspension.

(1) A physician whose license has been suspended by order of the board must submit a written request to the board's compliance division and appear at a probationer show compliance proceeding as described in § 187.44 of this title (relating to Probationer Show Compliance Proceedings) and in paragraph (2) of this subsection to request reinstatement of licensure.

(2) A person may not apply for reinstatement of a license that was suspended before the first anniversary of the date on which the suspension became effective.

(3) A request for reinstatement following suspension cannot be considered more often than annually unless otherwise specified by order of the board.

(4) A physician's request for reinstatement must include evidence that all stipulations for the probation of the suspension have been completed.

(5) A physician who allows his or her license to be cancelled for nonpayment while under a suspension order may apply for relicensure in accordance with § 163.10 of this title (relating to Relicensure).

(b) Reissuance of License Following Revocation.

(1) A physician whose license has been revoked must complete in every detail the application for reissuance of license, including payment of the required application fee.

(2) The physician whose license has been revoked must appear before a committee of the board for a determination regarding reissuance of license.

(3) A person may not apply for reissuance of a license that was revoked before the first anniversary of the date on which the revocation became effective.

(4) An application for reissuance of a license following revocation cannot be considered more often than annually.

(5) In addition to any other requirement set out in this chapter for reissuance of a license following revocation, a physician must also demonstrate compliance with current licensure eligibility requirements.

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