Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1730-01-.11

Current through December 26, 2021
Section 1730-01-.11 - RETIREMENT AND REACTIVATION OF LICENSE
(1) In order to retire a license, the licensee shall complete an Affidavit of Retirement on the form furnished by the Board's administrative office.
(2) If a licensee wishes to reactivate a Tennessee license after actively practicing veterinary medicine in another state, then the licensee must show the following:
(a) Evidence of continuous practice in another state or jurisdiction during the period of retirement of the Tennessee license;
(b) Evidence of good standing in the other state or jurisdiction; and
(c) Evidence of having completed continuing education courses equal to the number of hours required by the Board during the period of retirement, with a maximum requirement of eighty (80) hours.
(3) Veterinarians who have not engaged in continuous practice during the period of retirement must appear before the Board for an interview and at that time show evidence of having completed continuing education equal to the number of hours required by the Board during the period of retirement, with a maximum requirement of eighty (80) hours.
(4) Licensure reactivation applications shall be treated as licensure applications. The Board's review and decisions required by this Rule shall be governed by Rule 1730-01-.07.
(5) If reactivation is requested within one (1) year from the date of retirement, the Board will require payment of the late renewal fee, the past due renewal fee, and the state regulatory fee as provided in Rule 1730-01-.06.

Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1730-01-.11

Original rule filed April 28, 1995; effective July 12, 1995. Amendment filed November 2, 2005; effective January 16, 2006. Amendment filed May 23, 2014; effective August 21, 2014.

Authority: T.C.A. §§ 4-5-202, 4-5-204, 63-12-106, 63-12-120, and 63-12-121.