Additional providers who may qualify for credit
A resident or nonresident individual who is certified as eligible under ORS 442.561 (Certifying individuals licensed under ORS chapter 679 for tax credit), 442.562 (Certifying podiatrists for tax credit), 442.563 (Certifying certain individuals providing rural health care for tax credit) or 442.564 (Certifying optometrists for tax credit), and is licensed as a physician under ORS chapter 677, licensed as a physician assistant under ORS chapter 677, licensed as a nurse practitioner under ORS chapter 678, licensed as a certified registered nurse anesthetist under ORS chapter 678, licensed as a dentist under ORS chapter 679 or licensed as an optometrist under ORS 683.010 (Definitions for ORS 683.010 to 683.310) to 683.340 (Duty to report prohibited conduct) is entitled to the tax credit described in ORS 315.613 (Credit available to persons providing rural medical care and affiliated with certain rural hospitals) even if not a member of the hospital medical staff if the Office of Rural Health certifies that the individual:
(1) Is engaged for at least 20 hours per week, averaged over the month, during the tax year in a rural practice; and
(2)(a) If a physician or a physician assistant, can cause a patient to be admitted to the hospital;
(b) If a certified registered nurse anesthetist, is employed by or has a contractual relationship with one of the hospitals described in ORS 315.613 (Credit available to persons providing rural medical care and affiliated with certain rural hospitals) (1); or
(c) If an optometrist, has consulting privileges with a hospital listed in ORS 315.613 (Credit available to persons providing rural medical care and affiliated with certain rural hospitals) (1). This paragraph does not apply to an optometrist who qualifies as a “frontier rural practitioner,” as defined by the Office of Rural Health. [Formerly 316.144; 2013 c.129 §25; 2013 c.750 §12]
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