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36-29-7Physical examination of applicant--Grounds for requiring--Cost--Denial of license.

If a majority of the board members have reason to suspect that the physical or mental health of any applicant will jeopardize or endanger those who seek assistance from him, the Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners shall require the applicant to have a physical examination by a medical examiner selected by the board. The board shall pay the cost of the examination. If the medical examiner confirms that the person's physical or mental health will jeopardize or endanger those who seek relief from the applicant, the board may deny the application for a license until the applicant furnishes satisfactory proof of being physically and mentally competent to practice athletic training.

Source: SL 1984, ch 255, § 7.

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