(a) The medical board may issue a provisional license to an applicant who files an
application, pays an application fee, and submits evidence satisfactory to the medical
board of successful completion of the education requirement under Section 603.254.
(b) A person who meets the qualifications for a provisional license under this chapter
is entitled to a provisional license.
(c) A provisionally licensed perfusionist must practice under the supervision and
direction of a licensed perfusionist while performing perfusion. If the medical board finds that a licensed perfusionist is not reasonably available
to provide supervision and direction and if the medical board approves an application
submitted by the provisionally licensed perfusionist, supervision and direction may
be provided by a physician who is licensed by the medical board and certified by the
American Board of Thoracic Surgery or certified in cardiovascular surgery by the American
Osteopathic Board of Surgery.
(d) The medical board may not adopt a rule governing supervision and direction that
requires the immediate physical presence of the supervising person.
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