- • renewal of license
- • rules
- • fees
- • inactive license
(1) Upon approval of an application for a licensure, the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine shall issue a license certificate that shall be displayed at all times in the office of the person to whom it was issued while the license is active.
(2) A person holding an active license issued under this chapter may apply to the board for license renewal. A completed renewal application consists of:
(a) A completed board renewal form containing any information required by the board to determine the applicant’s eligibility for license renewal;
(b) Proof of compliance with continuing education requirements set by the board; and
(c) Payment of the active license renewal fee established by the board under subsection (8) of this section.
(3) Failure to submit a completed renewal application annually by December 31, or by such date as may be specified by board rule, results in the lapse of the license. A lapsed license may be restored by the board upon receipt, not more than 30 days after the license lapses, of a completed renewal application and payment of the restoration fee under subsection (8) of this section.
(4) A license that has lapsed for more than one month may be restored by the board upon payment of the restoration fee established by the board and submission of a completed renewal application and any other information required by the board.
(5) A person holding an active license under this chapter may convert the license to inactive status by meeting the requirements set by rule of the board and paying any required fees. A person holding a license issued under this chapter who is at least 70 years of age and retired from the practice of naturopathic medicine may convert the license to retired status by meeting the requirements set by rule of the board and paying any required fees.
(6)(a) A person who chooses to allow a license to become inactive may file a written application to reactivate a license that has been inactive for one year or less by paying the restoration fee and the renewal fee for an active license and demonstrating compliance with ORS 685.102 (Continuing education required). A fee paid to place the license in inactive status may not be credited toward payment of the renewal fee for an active license. The board may prorate the renewal fee.
(b) A person who chooses to allow a license to become inactive may file a written application to reactivate a license that has been inactive for more than one year by paying the renewal fee for an active license and demonstrating compliance with the continuing education requirement set by rule of the board under ORS 685.102 (Continuing education required) (6). The board may prorate the renewal fee.
(7) The executive director of the board shall issue a renewal notice to each person holding a license under this chapter at least 60 days before the renewal application is due.
(8) The board shall assess fees for:
(a) An initial license.
(c) Renewal of an active license.
(d) Yearly renewal of an inactive or retired license.
(e) Restoration of an inactive, lapsed or revoked license.
(f) A certificate of special competency in natural childbirth.
(g) A duplicate license.
(h) A wall certificate.
(i) Copies of public documents, mailing labels, lists and diskettes.
(9) Subject to prior approval of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services and a report to the Emergency Board prior to adopting the fees and charges, the fees and charges established under this section may not exceed the cost of administering the regulatory program of the board pertaining to the purpose for which the fee or charge is established, as authorized by the Legislative Assembly within the board’s budget, as the budget may be modified by the Emergency Board. [Amended by 1967 c.44 §2; 1969 c.26 §2; 1969 c.381 §6; 1973 c.182 §5; 1983 c.281 §2; 1985 c.624 §9; 1991 c.703 §28; 1997 c.628 §1; 1999 c.479 §1; 2001 c.526 §4; 2003 c.154 §3; 2007 c.327 §4; 2007 c.768 §48a; 2009 c.43 §18]
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