TITLE 68: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER VII: DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
SUBCHAPTER b: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
PART 1350 PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PRACTICE ACT OF 1987
SECTION 1350.117 RESTORATION
Section 1350.117 Restoration
a) A person seeking restoration of a license that has expired for 3 years or less shall have the license restored upon payment of all lapsed renewal fees required by Section 1350.25 and proof of completion of the CE required under Section 1350.116.
b) A person seeking restoration of a license that has been placed on inactive status for 3 years or less shall have the license restored upon payment of the current renewal fee and proof of completion of the CE required under Section 1350.116.
c) A person seeking restoration of a license after it has expired or been placed on inactive status for more than 3 years shall file an application, on forms supplied by the Division, proof of completion of the CE required under Section 1350.116, and the fee required by Section 1350.25. The person shall also submit either:
1) Sworn evidence of active practice in another jurisdiction. The evidence shall include a statement from the appropriate board or licensing authority in the other jurisdiction that the registrant was authorized to practice during the term of active practice; or
2) An affidavit attesting to military service as provided in Section 16 of the Act; or
3) Successful completion of the examination administered by, and proof of current certification from, the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants or its successor agency.
d) When the accuracy of any submitted documentation or the relevance or sufficiency of the course work or experience is questioned by the Division because of a lack of information, discrepancies or conflicts in information given or a need for clarification, the applicant seeking restoration of a license shall be requested to:
1) Provide information as may be necessary; and/or
2) Appear for an interview before the Advisory Committee to explain the relevance or sufficiency, clarify information or clear up any discrepancies or conflict in information. Upon the recommendation of the Licensing Board and approval by the Director, an applicant shall have the license restored or will be notified in writing of the reason for the denial of the application.
e) A physician assistant license will be issued when the applicant meets the requirements set forth in this Section. However, a physician assistant may not practice until a notice of collaboration has been filed in accordance with Section 1350.100.
f) The collaborating physician shall submit a notice of prescriptive authority indicating the physician assistant has been delegated prescriptive authority. If the physician assistant has a written collaborative agreement with more than one physician, a separate notice of prescriptive authority shall be submitted by each collaborating physician. In addition, if prescriptive authority includes Schedule II, III, IV and/or V controlled substances, the physician assistant will be required to apply for a mid-level practitioner license in accordance with the Illinois Controlled Substances Act.
(Source: Renumbered from Section 1350.116 and amended at 44 Ill. Reg. 2519, effective January 31, 2020)