Wis. Admin. Code Medical Examining Board § Med 14.06 - Failure to be registered

Current through November 29, 2021

(1) Failure for whatever reason of a licensee to be registered as required under this chapter thereby makes such licensee subject to the effect of s. 448.07(1) (a), Stats., which states, interalia, No person may exercise the rights or privileges conferred by any license or certificate granted by the board unless currently registered as required . . .".
(2) Failure to renew a license by the renewal date under s. 440.08(2), Stats., shall cause the license to lapse. A licensee who allows the license to lapse may apply to the board for reinstatement of the license as follows:
(a) If the licensee applies for renewal of the license less than 5 years after its expiration, the license shall be renewed upon payment of the renewal fee and fulfillment of the continuing education requirements.
(b) If the licensee applies for renewal of the license more than 5 years after its expiration, the board shall make such inquiry as it finds necessary to determine whether the applicant is competent to practice under the license in this state, and shall impose any reasonable conditions on reinstatement of the license, including oral examination, as the board deems appropriate. All applicants under this paragraph shall be required to pass the open book examination on statutes and rules, which is the same examination given to initial applicants.

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Wis. Admin. Code Medical Examining Board § Med 14.06
Cr. Register, May, 1977, No. 257, eff. 6-1-77; renum. from Med 14.07, Register, March, 1979, No. 279, eff. 4-1-79; r. and recr. Register, December, 1993, No. 456, eff. 1-1-94. Amended by, CR 16-047: am. (2) (intro.) Register May 2017 No. 737, eff. 6/1/2017

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