49 Pa. Code § 18.607 - Biennial registration of perfusionist license
(a) The license of a perfusionist expires biennially on December 31 of each even-numbered year in accordance with § 16.15 (relating to biennial registration; inactive status and unregistered status). A perfusionist may not practice after December 31 of an even-numbered year unless the perfusionist has completed the biennial registration process and the Board has issued a renewed registration.
(b) As a condition of biennial registration, a perfusion-ist shall:
(1) Submit a completed application, including payment of the biennial registration fee in § 16.13(l) (relating to licensure, certification, examination and registration fees), for application for biennial registration of a perfusionist license.
(2) Disclose on the application a license to practice as a perfusionist in another state, district, territory, possession or country.
(3) Disclose on the application disciplinary action pending before or taken by the appropriate health care licensing authority in another jurisdiction since the most recent application for biennial registration, whether or not licensed to practice in that other jurisdiction.
(4) Disclose on the application pending criminal charges and a finding or verdict of guilt, admission of guilt, plea of nolo contendere, probation without verdict, disposition instead of trial or accelerated rehabilitative disposition in a criminal matter since the most recent application for biennial registration.
(5) Verify on the application that the licensed perfusionist has complied with the continuing education requirements mandated under section 13.3(n) of the act (63 P. S. § 422.13c(n)) during the biennial period immediately preceding the period for which registration is sought in accordance with § 18.610 (relating to continuing education for licensed perfusionists).
(6) Verify on the application that, if practicing as a perfusionist in this Commonwealth, the licensee maintains professional liability insurance coverage in accordance with section 13.3(k) of the act.
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