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A. The board president or a person designated by the board may issue locum tenens registration to a person who meets all of the following requirements:
1. Submits proof satisfactory to the board that the applicant for registration holds an unrestricted license to practice allopathic, osteopathic or homeopathic medicine in another state, district or territory of the United States, that the license has not been revoked or suspended for any reason and that there are no unresolved complaints or formal charges filed against the applicant with any licensing board.
2. Submits an application as prescribed by section 32-2912.
3. The licensee for whom the applicant for registration under this section is substituting or assisting provides the board with a written request for the applicant's registration.
4. Submits the fees required under section 32-2914.
B. The board may authorize the applicant to provide locum tenens services if it is satisfied that the applicant has met the requirements of subsection A of this section.
C. Locum tenens registration granted under this section is valid for thirty days. The board may extend registration for an additional thirty days on written request by the person who made the original request for registration. This request shall explain why the extension is necessary and shall include prescribed fees and other information requested by the board.