A person holding a license to practice medicine in the state may, upon approval of the board, be granted license cancellation if the board is not investigating the person as a result of a complaint or information received or if the board has not begun disciplinary proceedings against the person. Such action by the board must be reported as a cancellation of a license in good standing.
A person who receives board approval for license cancellation is not entitled to a refund of any license fees paid for the licensure year in which cancellation of the license occurred.
If a person who has been granted board approval for license cancellation desires to resume the practice of medicine in Minnesota, that person must obtain a new license by applying for licensure and fulfilling the requirements then in existence for obtaining an initial license to practice medicine in Minnesota.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes