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28 Pa. Code § 1181.24. Physician registration.

§ 1181.24. Physician registration.

 (a)  A physician may file an application for registration with the Department as a practitioner on a form prescribed by the Department if the physician meets both of the following qualifications:

   (1)  Has an active medical license in this Commonwealth in accordance with the Medical Practice Act of 1985 (63 P.S. § §  422.1—422.51a) or the Osteopathic Medical Practice Act (63 P.S. § §  271.1—271.18) applicable to the physician.

   (2)  Is qualified, as determined by the Department from information provided by the physician under subsection (b), to treat patients with one or more serious medical conditions.

 (b)  An application for registration must include, at a minimum, the following requirements:

   (1)  The physician’s full name, business address, professional e-mail address, telephone numbers and, if the physician owns or is affiliated with a medical practice, the name of the medical practice.

   (2)  The physician’s credentials, education, specialty, training and experience, and supporting documentation when available.

   (3)  The physician’s medical license number.

   (4)  A certification by the physician that states:

     (i)   That the physician’s Pennsylvania license to practice medicine is active and in good standing.

     (ii)   Whether the physician has been subject to any type of professional disciplinary action that would prevent the physician from carrying out the responsibilities under the act and this part, together with, if applicable, an explanation of the professional disciplinary action.

     (iii)   That the physician does not hold a direct or economic interest in a medical marijuana organization.

   (5)  A statement that a false statement made by a physician in an application for registration is punishable under the applicable provisions of 18 Pa.C.S. Chapter 49 (relating to falsification and intimidation).

 (c)  The Department may list a physician on the practitioner registry only after the physician has successfully completed the training course required under §  1181.32 (relating to training) and any other requirements for registration under the act and this part.

Cross References

   This section cited in 28 Pa. Code §  1181.22 (relating to practitioners generally); 28 Pa. Code §  1181.26 (relating to denial, revocation or suspension of a practitioner registration); and 28 Pa. Code §  1181.32 (relating to training).



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