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65-28,123.Temporary education license; issuance; qualifications; conditions; fee. (a) There is hereby created a designation of temporary education license. This license may be issued by the board to any person who: (1) Holds a degree from an accredited school of medicine or an accredited school of osteopathy; (2) is licensed to practice medicine and surgery in another state, territory, the District of Columbia or another country; and (3) is enrolled in a continuing medical education program conducted by the University of Kansas school of medicine or other continuing medical education program offered by a medical care facility affiliated with the university of Kansas school of medicine or offered by a medical care facility which is an accredited osteopathic hospital.

(b) The chief administrative officer of the university of Kansas school of medicine or of the medical care facility shall apply to the state board of healing arts on behalf of the person seeking a temporary education license upon forms approved by the board.

(c) The temporary education license shall confer upon the holder the right and privilege to practice medicine and surgery and shall obligate the holder to comply with all requirements of such license but no fee may be charged for the services of the holder. A person who holds a temporary education license under this section shall be subject to the provisions of the health care provider insurance availability act.

(d) The temporary education license shall be valid only during the period in which the holder is enrolled in a continuing medical education program offered by the university of Kansas school of medicine or other continuing medical education program offered by a medical care facility affiliated with the university of Kansas school of medicine or offered by a medical care facility which is an accredited osteopathic hospital, and such license shall be valid only for the practice of medicine and surgery required to fulfill the requirements of the continuing medical education program.

(e) The fee for a temporary education license shall be $25.

(f) This section shall be part of and supplemental to the Kansas healing arts act.

History: L. 1989, ch. 183, § 1; May 18.



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