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Subpart 1.


Upon a podiatrist's compliance with the requirements in this part, the podiatrist's license must be reinstated. The podiatrist requesting reinstatement of a license shall submit the following materials:


an application form and relicensure fee;


verification of licensure status from each state in which the podiatrist has held an active license during the five years preceding application;


other evidence as the board may reasonably require.

Subp. 2.

Revoked or suspended license.

No license that has been suspended or revoked by the board will be reinstated unless the former licensee provides evidence of full rehabilitation from the cause for which the license was suspended or revoked and complies with the other reasonable conditions imposed by the board for the purpose of establishing the extent of rehabilitation. In addition, if the disciplinary action was based in part on failure to meet continuing education requirements, the license will not be reinstated until the former licensee has successfully completed the requirements. The board may require the licensee to pay the costs of the proceedings resulting in the suspension or revocation of a license under its disciplinary authority and the reinstatement or issuance of a new license. A licensee who has been disciplined by the board in a manner other than by suspension or revocation may be required by the board to pay the costs of the proceedings resulting in the disciplinary action.

Subp. 3.

Licensure application not precluded.

Nothing in this part prohibits a podiatrist from applying for licensure under Minnesota Statutes, section 153.16.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.3895; 153.02; 153.16; 214.06; 214.12


13 SR 1237; 15 SR 2629; 20 SR 168; 45 SR 39

Published Electronically:

July 30, 2020

Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes