Wash. Admin. Code § 415-105-030 - Board doctor

Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021

(1) Each board must appoint a board doctor. The board must not approve a disability retirement without prior examination of the applicant by the board doctor or a specialist selected by the board doctor. The board doctor must be a practicing physician licensed under the provisions of chapter 18.71 RCW; or, if the board doctor practices outside the state of Washington, then he/she must be a physician licensed by the state in which he/she practices.
(2) The board doctor and any selected specialist must be knowledgeable about the normal, routine duties, functions and general demands of the position the applicant held at the time the applicant discontinued service.
(3) The board must furnish the examining physician with the applicant's job and/or position description. The board must inform the physician that the board's decision to grant or deny a disability retirement allowance is to be measured against the actual, normal, routine duties that the applicant performs.
(4) The board doctor or approved specialist will provide medical services requested by the board including examinations pursuant to RCW 41.26.120(1); 41.26.125(1); 41.26.130(5); and41.26.150 (1)(a).


Wash. Admin. Code § 415-105-030

Statutory Authority: RCW 41.50.050. 99-16-075, § 415-105-030, filed 8/3/99, effective 9/3/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 41.26.115. 81-23-032 (Order 81-03), § 415-105-030, filed 11/16/81.

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