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Maryland Code, Health Occupations § 14-5C-12

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<This section subject to suspension by the Maryland Board of Physicians under Order of the Governor.  See 47:7 Maryland Register 378 (March 27, 2020).>

(a) Subject to subsection (b) of this section, the Board shall issue a license to an applicant who meets the requirements of this subtitle.

(b)(1) On receipt of the criminal history record information of an applicant for licensure forwarded to the Board in accordance with § 14-308.1 of this title, in determining whether to issue a license, the Board shall consider:

(i) The age at which the crime was committed;

(ii) The nature of the crime;

(iii) The circumstances surrounding the crime;

(iv) The length of time that has passed since the crime;

(v) Subsequent work history;

(vi) Employment and character references;  and

(vii) Other evidence that demonstrates whether the licensee poses a threat to the public health or safety.

(2) The Board may not issue a license if the criminal history record information required under § 14-308.1 of this title has not been received.

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