(1) The range of
services which may be provided by a physician assistant shall be set forth in a
written protocol, jointly developed and signed by the physician assistant and
the supervising physician and maintained at the physician assistant's practice
(2) A physician assistant
is authorized to perform the services outlined in his or her protocol under the
supervision of a supervising physician who complies with all the requirements
(3) Each physician
assistant shall have a designated primary supervising physician and shall
notify the Committee of the name, address, and license number of his/her
primary supervising physician and shall notify the Committee of any change in
such primary supervising physician within fifteen (15) days of the
Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs.
Original rule filed August
5, 1993; effective October 18, 1993. Repeal and new rule filed July 7, 1995;
effective September 20, 1995. Amendment filed May 7, 1997; effective July 21,
1997. Amendment filed March 31, 1999; effective July 29,1999. Amendment filed
April 10, 2000; effective June 24, 2000. Amendment filed March 9, 2001;
effective May 23, 2001.
Authority: T.C.A. §§
63-19-106, and 63-19-107, and
Public Chapter 33, Public Acts of 1999.