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36-766.04 - Denial, suspension or revocation of certificate; hearings; tribal jurisdiction
36-766.04. Denial, suspension or revocation of certificate; hearings; tribal jurisdiction
A. The director may deny, suspend or revoke the certificate of any state-certified doula who:
1. Violates any provision of this article or rule adopted pursuant to this article.
2. Indulges in conduct or a practice that is detrimental to the public health or safety.
B. The department may deny, suspend or revoke a state-certified doula certificate. After receiving notification of the denial, suspension or revocation, the applicant or state-certified doula may request a hearing to review the denial, suspension or revocation and, if requested, the department shall conduct the hearing pursuant to title 41, chapter 6, article 10.
C. A state-certified doula who is employed by an Indian tribe and who violates this section shall be under tribal government jurisdiction. If the state-certified doula is determined to have violated this section, the information provided to the director may result in the denial, suspension or revocation of the state-certified doula's certification. Internal hearings, appeals or penalties resulting from disciplinary actions by a tribal government are deemed to be the final decision in accordance with this section.