Expedited license by endorsement
- • rules
(1) On or before January 1, 2010, the Oregon Medical Board shall implement an expedited physician licensing process that allows the board to issue a license by endorsement to a qualified physician. To be considered for a license by endorsement, a physician:
(a)(A) Must have practiced the physician’s specialty, if any, for at least one year immediately preceding the date of the physician’s application for licensure by endorsement; or
(B) If the physician is retired, must have been retired for one year or less;
(b) May not have been subject to discipline by a health professional regulatory board in any state in which the physician has been licensed; and
(c) May not have been held liable for a significant malpractice claim as defined by the board by rule.
(2) The licensing process implemented by the board must require the board to:
(a) Use existing databases to verify application information; and
(b) Accept documents from the state in which the applicant was first licensed as a physician as equivalent to primary source documents to verify:
(A) Medical education;
(B) National medical examination scores;
(C) Post-graduate training, if applicable; and
(D) Other qualifications as provided by rule of the board. [Formerly 677.115]
Note: 677.133 (Expedited license by endorsement) was added to and made a part of ORS chapter 677 by legislative action but was not added to any smaller series therein. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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