Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1155-02-.09 - LICENSURE RENEWAL

Current through March 20, 2022

(1) Renewal Application
(a) The due date for renewal is the last day of the month in which a licensee's birthday falls pursuant to the Division of Health Related Board's biennial birthdate renewal system as contained as the expiration date on renewal certificates.
(b) Methods of Renewal
1. Internet Renewals - Individuals may apply for renewal and pay the necessary fees via the Internet. The application to renew can be accessed at:

www.tennesseeanytime.org

2. Paper Renewals - For individuals who have not renewed their license online via the Internet, a renewal application form will be mailed to each individual licensed by the Board to the last address provided to the Board. Failure to receive such notification does not relieve the licensee from the responsibility of meeting all requirements for renewal.
(c) A license issued pursuant to these rules is renewable by the expiration date. To be eligible for renewal an individual must submit to the Division of Health Related Boards on or before the expiration date the following:
1. A completed and signed renewal application form.
2. The renewal and state regulatory fees as provided in rule 1155-02-.06.
(d) To be eligible for renewal an individual must have completed the continuing education requirements provided in rule 1155-02-.12 and who so indicates completion by signing the renewal application. An individual who fails to obtain continuing education hours, pursuant to rule 1155-02-.12 may be subject to disciplinary action by the board.
(e) Licensees who fail to comply with the renewal rules or notification received by them concerning failure to timely renew shall have their licenses processed pursuant to rule 1200-10-01-.10.
(f) Licensees whose licenses have expired as a result of the licensee's failure to renew pursuant to rule 1200-10-01-.10 may be reinstated upon meeting the conditions as provided in rule 1155-02-.09(2).
(2) Reinstatement of an Expired License
(a) Reinstatement of a license that has expired as a result of failure to timely renew in accordance with rule 1200-10-01-.10 may be accomplished upon meeting the following conditions:
1. Payment of all past due renewal fees; and
2. Payment of the late renewal fee provided in rule 1155-02-.06.
3. Compliance with continuing education requirements pursuant to Rule 1155-02-.12.
(b) An individual who has a podiatry license that has been expired for at least twelve (12) months shall submit to a criminal background check and cause the results to be submitted to the Board office before the license can be reinstated.
(c) Renewal issuance decisions pursuant to this rule may be made administratively, upon review by the board or the board's designee.
(d) Anyone submitting a signed renewal form or letter which is found to be untrue may be subjected to disciplinary action as provided in rule 1155-02-.15.

Notes

Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1155-02-.09
Original rule filed August 21, 1990; effective October 5, 1990. (Formerly 1155-02-.08 ) Amendment filed October 3, 1990; effective November 17, 1990. Repeal and new rule filed November 10, 1998; effective January 14, 1999. Amendment filed July 22, 2002; effective October 5, 2002. Amendment filed January 20, 2012; effective April 19, 2012.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 4-5-202, 4-5-204, 63-1-107, 63-3-106, 63-3-109, 63-3-115, 63-3-116, 63-3-115, 63-3-116, and 63-3-119.

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