The Board has
determined inactive status will be available for those persons meeting the
prescribed criteria, which shall remain in full force for life, unless
reactivated under Board rules, and which shall incur no fees. To be eligible to
be placed in inactive status, a licensee must:
(a) Demonstrate an inability to practice
podiatry due to age, physical impairment, or infirmity which time is not
expected to resolve;
(b) Have a
current active license in good standing to practice podiatry in the State of
(c) Must not be under
administrative disciplinary action or court action or probation;
(d) Licensees desiring to be placed on
inactive status must apply in writing to the Board and submit evidence of
inability to practice.
Once placed in inactive status, the license holder thereafter shall not engage
in the practice of podiatry in any manner in the State of Georgia.
3. The only avenue of reactivation shall be
at the discretion of the Board under conditions acceptable to the Board.
Licensees seeking reactivation shall be required to pay past license renewal
fees based on the current renewal rate for each inactive renewal cycle and
submit proof of continuing education for each biennium the license is in
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 295-15-.16
Original Rule entitled "Georgia Board of Podiatry Examiners." F.
May 6, 2022; eff.
May 26, 2022.