Approval of a job description and establishment of qualifications for employment as an assistant to an osteopathic physician and surgeon must be obtained from the Board of Osteopathy. The Board of Osteopathy shall license each qualified applicant for employment as an assistant to an osteopathic physician and surgeon upon submission of a job description, and shall provide for biennial renewal of the license. The board has the power to revoke or suspend any license of an assistant to an osteopathic physician and surgeon, for cause, after having given the person an opportunity to be heard in the manner provided by sections eight and nine, article one of this chapter.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2013 1st Special Session
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