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32-852 - Revocation or suspension of or refusal to issue license; civil penalty
32-852. Revocation or suspension of or refusal to issue license; civil penalty
A. The board, after notice and a hearing, may suspend, revoke or refuse to issue a license on proof against the applicant or licensee of any of the following:
1. That the applicant or licensee wilfully revealed a privileged communication except as required by law. This paragraph does not prevent members of the board from the full and free exchange of information with licensing and disciplinary boards of other states or jurisdictions of the United States, with foreign countries or with any podiatry society of this state or any other state, county, district, territory or country.
2. That the applicant or licensee knowingly made a false or fraudulent statement, written or oral, required for application or licensing or in connection with the practice of podiatry.
3. That the applicant or licensee had a professional association with or loaned the use of the applicant's or licensee's name to an unlicensed podiatrist or an illegal practitioner of any of the healing arts.
4. That the licensee violated a provision of section 32-854.
5. That the applicant or licensee is guilty of other conduct that disqualifies the applicant or licensee to practice podiatry with regard to the safety and welfare of the public.
6. That the licensee is guilty of unprofessional conduct as defined in section 32-854.01.
B. The board may impose against a licensee determined by the board to be in violation of this section a civil penalty of not more than two thousand dollars. The board shall deposit, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, all monies it collects from civil penalties it imposes pursuant to this section in the state general fund.