1. A license shall be valid during the life of the holder unless revoked, annulled
or suspended by the commissioner. A practicing licensee must register with the department.
2. The commissioner shall promulgate such rules and regulations as are necessary to
effectuate the provisions of this section including, but not limited to, establishing
staggered registration periods and the beginning dates thereof; assigning licensees
to specific registration periods through appropriate classification or grouping; setting
deadline dates for making application for registration; prescribing the form and
content of the certificate of registration; and establishing other reasonable requirements,
including appropriate proration of registration fees.
3. A person licensed under this article must register with the department prior to
commencing practice. The department shall register each licensee who submits an application on a form
prescribed by the commissioner and who pays a registration fee of twenty dollars per
4. Any licensee authorized to practice under this article, undertaking practice for
the first time or resuming practice after a voluntary lapse of registration, may commence
practice upon mailing to the department the proper application for registration together
with the required fee, provided, however, that such practice without actual possession
of the certificate of registration is limited to thirty days. Any such licensee whose application for registration is submitted subsequent to
the beginning of the registration period applicable to such licensee shall only be
required to pay one-half of the fee if the registration period is less than one-half
the whole thereof.
5. Upon receipt of satisfactory evidence that a certificate of registration has been
lost, mutilated or destroyed, the department may issue a duplicate certificate upon
such terms and conditions as the commissioner shall prescribe.
6. The department may waive registration fees for a licensee who registers after an
elapsed period under the following circumstances:
(a) the registration period has expired; and
(b) the licensee provides the department with a notarized statement attesting to the
fact that the licensee has not practiced within this state during the elapsed registration
7. The department may require that licensees provide proof of completion of continuing
education credits for registration of their license or intravenous contrast administration
certificate in accordance with the commissioner's regulations.
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