Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 64. Medicine
Section 270. Temporary Permits.
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AS 08.64.270. Temporary Permits.

(a) The board may issue a temporary permit to a physician applicant, osteopath applicant, or podiatry applicant who meets the requirements of AS 08.64.200 , 08.64.205, 08.64.209, or 08.64.225 and pays the required fee.

(b) A temporary permit issued under this section is valid for six months and shall be reviewed by the board at the next regularly scheduled board meeting that occurs after its issuance.

(c) A temporary permit issued under this section may not be renewed.

(d) The fee for a permit issued under this section is one-fourth of the fee for a biennial license, plus the appropriate application fee.

(e) Upon application by the permittee and approval of the board, a permit issued under this section may be converted to a biennial license upon payment of the biennial fee minus the six-month permit fee paid under (d) of this section, plus the appropriate application fee.

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