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Notwithstanding AS 44.62, if a person holding a license to practice medicine or osteopathy under this chapter is adjudged mentally incompetent or insane by a final order or adjudication of a court of competent jurisdiction or by voluntary commitment to an institution for the treatment of mental illness, the person's license shall be suspended by the board. The suspension shall continue in effect until the court finds or adjudges that the person has been restored to reason or until a licensed psychiatrist approved by the board determines that the person has been restored to reason.
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