36-34-13.7. Inactive certificate or license--Reactivation--Expiration--Retired status.

The board may place a certificate or license on inactive status at the request of a practitioner and upon payment of a fee prescribed by the board. An inactive certificate or license expires four years after the date of issuance. The board may reactivate the certificate or license if the practitioner:

(1)    Pays the required renewal fee; and

(2)    Provides proof to the board of having completed at least forty hours of continuing education during the two-year period immediately preceding the reactivation request.

If the practitioner does not reactivate the certificate or license before the date of expiration, all provisions applicable to an applicant for certification or licensure apply in order to restore the certificate or license to active status.

Any certificate or license on retired status as of July 1, 2023, expires on November 30, 2025, unless the practitioner meets the requirements for reactivation before November 30, 2025.

Source: SL 2023, ch 140, § 5.