The board has the power to suspend or revoke the licenses of medical laboratory personnel
or special analysts or to deny the issuance of a license or a registration certificate
whenever medical laboratory personnel or special analysts commit any of the following
(1) Making a false statement on an application for a license or any other document
required by the board;
(2) Engaging or attempting to engage or representing oneself as entitled to perform
any medical laboratory procedure or category of procedures not authorized in such
(3) Demonstrating incompetence or making consistent errors in the performance of medical
laboratory examinations or procedures;
(4) Reporting that is erroneous;
(5) Performing a test and rendering a report on a test to a person not authorized
by law to receive such services;
(6) Having been convicted of a felony or of any crime involving moral turpitude under
the laws of any state or of the United States. The record of conviction or a certified copy of the record shall be conclusive evidence
of such conviction;
(7) Providing professional services while mentally incompetent, or under the influence
of alcohol, a narcotic, or other controlled, dangerous substance that is in excess
of therapeutic amounts or without valid medical indication;
(8) Violating or aiding and abetting in the violation of any provisions of this chapter
or the rules or regulations promulgated under this chapter;
(9) Immoral or unethical conduct; or
(10) Fraudulent advertising for patronage of the general public by means of bills,
posters, circulars, letters, newspapers, magazines, directories, radio, television,
or any other medium.
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