§ 18.604. Application for temporary graduate perfusionist license.
(a) An applicant for a temporary graduate perfusionist license shall submit, on forms made available by the Board, a completed application, including the necessary supporting documents, and pay the fee in § 16.13(l) (relating to licensure, certification, examination and registration fees) for an application for a temporary graduate perfusionist license.
(b) The Board may grant a temporary graduate perfusionist license, which authorizes the license holder to practice only under the supervision and direction of a perfusionist licensed under the act, to an applicant who:
(1) Demonstrates that the applicant is eligible for and has applied to sit for the examination of a certifying agency approved by a Nationally-recognized accrediting agency approved by the Board.
(2) Demonstrates that the applicant has graduated from an accredited perfusion program approved by the Board.
(3) Demonstrates that the applicant is at least 18 years of age and of good moral character.
(4) Demonstrates that the applicant has obtained professional liability insurance as required under section 13.3(k) of the act (63 P. S. § 422.13c(k)).
(5) Otherwise complies with this subchapter.
(c) The Board may deny an application for a temporary graduate perfusionist license upon the grounds for disciplinary action in § 18.609 (relating to disciplinary action for licensed perfusionists).
(d) A temporary graduate perfusionist license expires 2 years after the date of issuance and may not be renewed.
(e) A temporary graduate perfusionist license expires upon notice to the Board that the holder has failed the Nationally-recognized certifying agencys certification examination. The holder of a temporary graduate perfusionist license who fails the examination shall immediately cease practicing and return the license to the Board.
This section cited in 49 Pa. Code § 18.606 (relating to registration of temporary emergency perfusionist service).
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