Examination of applicants
- • issuing license
- • fees
- • reexamination
Any person desiring a license to practice podiatry shall be examined by the Oregon Medical Board in subjects which the board may deem advisable. If the applicant possesses the qualifications required by ORS 677.820 (Qualifications of applicants) and passes the examination prescribed, the applicant shall be issued a license by the board to practice podiatry in this state. Each applicant shall submit an application for examination and the required examination fee to the board. Any applicant failing in the examination, and being refused a license, is entitled to a reexamination upon the payment of an additional examination fee. [Formerly 682.050; 1985 c.322 §7]
Note: See note under 677.805 (Definitions for ORS 677.805 to 677.840).
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