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32-1528 - Retired licensee; waiver of fees; reinstatement
32-1528. Retired licensee; waiver of fees; reinstatement
A. The board may waive a physician's annual renewal fee if the physician has paid all past fees and presents an affidavit to the board that the physician has permanently retired from the practice of naturopathic medicine.
B. A physician whose annual renewal fee has been waived by the board and who is permanently retired from the practice of naturopathic medicine is not required to comply with any continuing medical education requirements of this chapter.
C. If a retired physician who has had the annual renewal fee waived by the board engages in the practice of naturopathic medicine, the physician is subject to the same penalties that are imposed under this chapter on a person who practices naturopathic medicine without a license or without being exempt from licensure.
D. The board may reinstate a retired physician to active practice on payment of the annual renewal fee as prescribed in section 32-1527 and, if requested by the board, on presentation of evidence satisfactory to the board that the applicant for reinstatement of a retired license is professionally able to engage or assist in the practice of naturopathic medicine and possesses the professional knowledge required.
E. If an applicant for reinstatement of a retired license has not been licensed and actively practicing in a jurisdiction of the United States or Canada in the three years immediately preceding the application, the board may issue a limited license that requires a period of general or direct supervision by another licensed naturopathic physician not to exceed one year.