Idaho Statutes

56-1022.  personnel and agencies licensure actions — grounds — procedure. (1) Subject to the provisions of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code, the EMS bureau, upon recommendation of the commission, may deny a license or refuse to renew a license for a person, or may suspend or revoke a license or may impose probationary conditions if the holder of a license or the applicant for a license has engaged in unprofessional conduct which has endangered or is likely to endanger the health, welfare or safety of the public. Such unprofessional conduct includes, but is not limited to:
(a)  Obtaining a license by means of fraud, misrepresentation or concealment of a material fact;
(b)  Being found guilty of unprofessional conduct as defined by rule established by the board;
(c)  Being convicted of a crime which would have a direct and adverse bearing on the licensee’s ability to practice or perform emergency medical care competently;
(d)  The unauthorized practice of medicine;
(e)  Violating any provisions of sections 56-1011 through 56-1023, Idaho Code, or any of the rules established by the board or the commission thereunder; or
(f)  Being found mentally incompetent by a court of competent jurisdiction.
(2)  Subject to the provisions of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code, the EMS bureau may deny, revoke or refuse to renew a license of an agency, or may impose probationary conditions or fines as a condition of an agency’s ability to retain a license in accordance with board rule.
(3)  A denial, refusal to renew, suspension, revocation or imposition of probationary conditions upon a license may be ordered by the EMS bureau after opportunity for a hearing in a manner provided by rule established by the board. An application for reinstatement may be filed with the EMS bureau one (1) year from the date of license revocation. In the event a timely application is filed, the EMS bureau shall:
(a)  Hold a hearing to consider such reinstatement; and
(b)  Accept or reject the application for reinstatement.

[56-1022, added 2009, ch. 189, sec. 8, p. 618.]

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