(a) Pursuant to the Division of
Health Related Board's biennial birthdate renewal system, the due date for
renewal, which is indicated on the license, is the last day of the month in
which a licensee's birthdate falls. The licensee is personally responsible for
meeting all requirements for renewal prior to the expiration date to legally
continue in practice.
of Renewal - Licensees may accomplish renewal by one (1) of the following
Paper Renewals - If a licensee
does not renew via the Internet, s/he shall submit the following to the
Division of Health Related Boards on or before the expiration date:
(i) A completed renewal application form;
The renewal and State
regulatory fees as provided in Rule 1200-06-01-.06
(c) Anyone submitting a renewal
form, electronically or otherwise, which is found to be fraudulent or untrue
may be subject to disciplinary action.
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
licensed under national certification requirements as provided in Rules
, or 1200-06-01-.24
, proof of current national
certification shall be submitted, if requested by the Board, with the renewal
Reinstatement of an Expired License
Licenses that have expired may be reinstated upon meeting the following
1. Payment of all past due renewal
and State regulatory fees;
Submission of evidence of successful
completion of the continuing education requirements pursuant to Rule
of a reinstatement form.
(b) Renewal issuance decisions pursuant to
this rule may be made administratively or upon review by any Board member or
the Board's designee.
Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-06-01-.09
Original rule filed May 3, 1995; effective July
17, 1995. Amendment filed September 11, 1996; effective November 25, 1996.
Amendment filed April 29, 2002; effective July 13, 2002. Amendment filed August
25, 2003; effective November 8, 2003. Amendment filed August 8, 2005; effective
October 22, 2005. Amendments filed January 13, 2022; effective
Authority: T.C.A. §§ 4-5-202,
4-5-204, 63-1-107, 68-29-104, 68-29-105, 68-29-119, and 68-29-129.