Or. Admin. R. 875-011-0005 - Gross Ignorance, Incompetence, or Inefficiency in the Profession

Under ORS 686.130(14), any veterinarian may have his or her license revoked or suspended by the Board for gross ignorance, incompetence, or inefficiency in the profession, among other causes. "Gross ignorance, incompetence, or inefficiency" in the profession within the meaning of this provision shall be defined to include:

(1) Failure to comply with current standards on isolation of patients with serious infectious, contagious diseases.
(2) Keeping animals with known serious infectious, contagious diseases in the same area with animals who do not have serious infectious, contagious diseases when current standards require isolation.


Or. Admin. R. 875-011-0005
VMEB 1-2006, f. & cert. ef. 2-8-06

Stat. Auth.: ORS 686.210

Stats. Implemented: ORS 686.130

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