11 KAR 14:070. Osteopathic Medicine Scholarship Program notifications

Link to law: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/011/014/070.htm
Published: 2015

      11 KAR 14:070. Osteopathic Medicine

Scholarship Program notifications.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS 164.7891

      STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 164.748(4),

164.7891(9)

      NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS

164.7891(9) requires the authority to promulgate administrative regulations for

administration of the Osteopathic Medicine Scholarship Program. This

administrative regulation establishes the obligation of the scholarship

recipient and the school of osteopathic medicine to notify the authority of a

change in enrollment status, employment in a qualified service position, and

change of name or address.

 

      Section 1. Definitions. (1)

"Authority" is defined in KRS 164.740(1).

      (2) "Full-time practice in the

Commonwealth of Kentucky as a licensed doctor of osteopathy for a majority of

the calendar year" means practicing in a qualified field for at least 2000

hours per calendar year.

      (3) "Qualified field" means

family practice, general practice, general internal medicine, general

pediatrics, general obstetrics or gynecology.

      (4) "Qualified service" is

defined in KRS 164.7891(3)(c).

 

      Section 2. A scholarship recipient shall

notify the authority in writing within thirty (30) days of:

      (1) Cessation of full-time enrollment in

the osteopathic medicine program;

      (2) Commencement or cessation of an

internship leading to licensure in the Commonwealth of Kentucky to provide

qualified service;

      (3) Completion or failure to complete a

residency requirement in a qualified field;

      (4) Licensure to practice osteopathic

medicine in the Commonwealth of Kentucky;

      (5) Failure to obtain a license to

practice osteopathic medicine in the Commonwealth of Kentucky;

      (6) Employment in a qualified service

position;

      (7) Failure, within 180 days following

licensure to practice osteopathic medicine in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, to

obtain employment in full-time practice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a

licensed doctor of osteopathy for a majority of the calendar year in a

qualified field; or

      (8) Change of name, permanent home

address, or place of employment.

 

      Section 3. The school of osteopathic

medicine shall notify the authority in writing within thirty (30) days of

learning that an Osteopathic Medicine Scholarship recipient:

      1. Ceases to be enrolled on a full-time

basis at the school of osteopathic medicine;

      (2) Commences or fails to complete an

internship leading to licensure to provide qualified service; or

      (3) Commences or fails to complete a

residency requirement. (25 Ky.R. 460; Am. 815; eff. 10-1-98; 28 Ky.R. 659;

1107; eff. 11-5-2001.)
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