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Section 4730.28 | Restoration of license; issuance to applicant who has not practiced for more than two years.

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(A) An individual whose certificate to practice as a physician assistant has been suspended or is in an inactive state for any cause for more than two years may apply to the state medical board to have the certificate restored.

(B)(1) The board shall not restore a certificate under this section unless the applicant complies with sections 4776.01 to 4776.04 of the Revised Code. The board shall determine the applicant's present fitness to resume practice. The board shall consider the moral background and the activities of the applicant during the period of suspension or inactivity.

(2) When restoring a certificate, the board may impose terms and conditions, including the following:

(a) Requiring the applicant to obtain additional training and pass an examination upon completion of the training;

(b) Restricting or limiting the extent, scope, or type of practice as a physician assistant that the individual may resume.

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