An applicant for a temporary permit to practice podiatric medicine must submit a complete, acceptable application for a Minnesota temporary permit accompanied by the required fee. The clinical examination and personal interview may be completed during the permit period.
The applicant must submit a transcript as provided in part 6900.0020, subpart 2, and written evidence that the applicant has been accepted as a resident or graduate trainee in an acceptable graduate training program.
[Repealed, 45 SR 39]
The permit may be revoked if an applicant has engaged in conduct that constitutes grounds for denial of licensure or disciplinary action, discontinues training, or moves out of Minnesota.
The scope of practice of the permit holder is limited to the performance of podiatric medicine within the structure of the acceptable graduate training program within which the permit holder is enrolled.
13 SR 1237; 15 SR 2629; 20 SR 168; 24 SR 1069; 45 SR 39
July 30, 2020
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes