Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022
The Board may deny an application for a certificate of
qualification on any of the following grounds:
(1) Failure of the applicant to achieve a
passing score on any examination according to statutory and regulatory
(2) Failure of the
applicant to complete the application form as specified by the Board or to
provide additional information requested by the Board in connection with the
application, including failure to provide information to or submit to an
evaluation recommended by the Alabama Physician Wellness Committee, or its
(3) A finding that the
applicant has submitted or caused to be submitted false, misleading, or
untruthful information to the Board in connection with an application for a
certificate of qualification.
Failure to appear before the Board or a committee of the Board if formally
requested to appear in connection with an application for a certificate of
(5) A finding by the
Board that the applicant has committed any of the acts or offenses constituting
grounds to discipline the licensee to practice medicine in this state pursuant
to, but not limited to, Sections
(6) Failure of the applicant to comply with
any of the requirements or rules for the issuance of a certificate of
Ala. Admin. Code r.
Filed May 20, 1993 for
publication. See also Notice of Intended Action dated May 20, 1993 repealing
existing Chapter 3. Amended: July 21, 1993; effective August 25, 1993. Repealed
and New Rule: Filed November 13, 2007; effective December 18, 2007. Amended
(Rule Number Only): Filed October 15, 2008; effective November 19, 2008.
Administrative Monthly Volume XL, Issue No. 03, December 30,
2021, eff. 2/13/2022.
Rule 540-X-3-.19 was previously numbered Rule
as of the certification filed August 21, 1996. Rule 540-X-3-.19 was renumbered
as per certification filed November 13, 2007. Previous rule 17 was renumbered
to .18 as per certification filed October 15, 2008; effective November 19,
2008. Rule .18 was renumbered to .19 as per certification filed May 16, 2013;
effective June 20, 2013.
Author: Alabama Board of Medical
Code of Ala.
Act No. 07-402.