(1) The department, with the recommendation of the board, shall issue licenses to
persons who are graduates of an approved program and have passed a proficiency examination.
(2) The department, with the recommendation of the board, shall issue temporary licenses
under this subsection to persons who have successfully completed an approved program
but who have not yet passed a proficiency examination. Any temporary license issued pursuant to this subsection shall be issued for a period
not to exceed one year and under such conditions as determined by the department,
with the recommendation of the board. The temporary license issued under this subsection may be extended by the department,
with the recommendation of the board.
(3) Physician assistants approved by the board prior to April 16, 1985, shall not
be required to complete the proficiency examination.
(4) An applicant who is a military spouse applying for a license to practice as a
physician assistant may apply for a temporary license as provided in section 38-129.01.
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