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A. The board may issue a pro bono registration to allow a doctor of osteopathy who is not a licensee to practice in this state for a total of sixty days each calendar year if the doctor meets all of the following requirements:
1. Holds an active and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a state, territory or possession of the United States.
2. Has never had a license revoked or suspended by a health profession regulatory board of another jurisdiction.
3. Is not the subject of an unresolved complaint.
4. Applies for registration on an annual basis as prescribed by the board.
5. Agrees to render all medical services without accepting a fee or salary or performs only initial or follow-up examinations at no cost to the patient and the patient's family through a charitable organization.
B. The sixty days of practice prescribed pursuant to subsection A of this section may be performed consecutively or cumulatively during each calendar year.
C. For the purpose of meeting the requirements of subsection A of this section, an applicant under this section shall provide the board the name of each state in which the person is licensed or has held a license. The board shall verify with the applicable regulatory board of each state that the applicant is licensed or has held a license, has never had a license revoked or suspended and is not the subject of an unresolved complaint. The board may accept the verification of the information required by subsection A, paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of this section from each of the other state's regulatory boards either electronically or by hard copy.