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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 64. Medicine
- Section 272. Residency and Internship Permits.
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. Temporary Permits.
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. Temporary Permit For Locum Tenens Practice.
AS 08.64.272. Residency and Internship Permits.
- (a) A person may not serve as a resident or intern without a permit issued under this section.
- (b) For the limited purpose of residency or internship, the board may issue a permit to an applicant without examination
if the applicant meets the requirements of AS 08.64.200
(a)(1) and applicable regulations of the board, meets the requirements of AS 08.64.279
, pays the required fee, and has been accepted by an eligible institution in the state for the purpose of residency or
- (c) A permit issued under this section is valid for the period specified by the board, but not to exceed 36 months after
the date of issue. Upon application by a person who pays the required fee and has been accepted by an eligible
institution in the state for the purpose of residency or internship, the board may renew a permit issued under this
section for a period specified by the board, but not to exceed 36 months after the date of renewal.
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