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  334.112.  Limited license to practice medicine, requirements — limitations of practice. — 1.  A person desiring to obtain a limited license to practice medicine shall:

  (1)  Submit to the board, with an application and fee, not to exceed twenty-five dollars, a verified affidavit stating that he has been licensed to practice medicine in Missouri or in any state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia for at least ten years, is retired from the practice of medicine and that his license was in good standing at retirement;

  (2)  Meet the requirements in section 334.031 and 334.080.

  2.  The board shall not require more than five hours of continuing education annually as a requirement of renewal of a limited licensee's certificate of registration.

  3.  A physician with a limited license may only provide without compensation primary care and preventive health care services to family members or at facilities operated by city or county health departments organized under chapter 192 or chapter 205, city health departments operating under city charters, combined city-county health centers, public elementary or secondary schools, federally funded community health centers, or nonprofit community health centers.

  4.  As used in this section, primary care and preventive health care services are limited to noninvasive procedures, and shall not include obstetrical care or any specialized care or treatment, but may include injections, the suturing of minor lacerations, and incisions of boils or superficial abscesses.

  5.  A physician with a limited license may not prescribe controlled substances as defined in chapter 195.

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(L. 1993 H.B. 564)


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