Ala. Admin. Code r. 540-X-1-.04 - Executive Director

(1) The Board shall employ a qualified individual to serve as Executive Director, whose duties, responsibilities and compensation shall be set by the Board.
(2) The Board may, from time to time, direct that the Executive Director perform, execute or carry out specific duties on behalf of the Board. The Executive Director may delegate duties to the Associate Executive Director.
(3) The Executive Director and the Associate Executive Director are authorized by the Board to perform, execute or carry out on behalf of the Board duties including, but not limited to the following:
(a) Sign interim confidential orders, including orders for urine/blood drug screens, for psychiatric, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, for professional sexual misconduct evaluations, for any physical examination/evaluation, for any mental examination/evaluation, for any laboratory examination/evaluation, for chemical dependency evaluations, for release of evaluation/examination records, for testing for medical knowledge, for evaluation of clinical competency, and for obtaining continuing medical education relating to prescribing practices.
(b) Sign subpoenas and subpoenas duces tecum.
(c) Sign administrative complaints, orders to show cause, and notices of hearings.
(d) Sign letters of concern.
(e) Sign letters requesting that a physician attend an interview with the Board.


Ala. Admin. Code r. 540-X-1-.04
Filed November 9, 1982. Readopted: Filed February 8, 1983. Amended: Filed June 26, 2003; effective July 31, 2003. Amended by Alabama Administrative Monthly Volume XXXIII, Issue No. 12, September 30, 2015, eff. 10/22/2015.

Author: Alabama Board of Medical Examiners

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, ยง 34-24-53.

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