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§ 485.24. Disciplinary action authorized; revocation; suspension; denial of license; probation,...

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated StatutesTitle 63 P.S. Professions and Occupations (State Licensed)

Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated Statutes
Title 63 P.S. Professions and Occupations (State Licensed) (Refs & Annos)
Chapter 15. Veterinary Medicine Practice Act (Refs & Annos)
63 P.S. § 485.24
§ 485.24. Disciplinary action authorized; revocation; suspension; denial of license; probation, etc.
The board shall have authority to enter an order to discipline any person who, after proper hearing, has been found guilty by the board of a violation, of one or more provisions of this act or any rule or regulation of the board. The board, based upon the evidence and its finding of fact, may enter its final order which may include one of the following provisions:
(1) Suspend or limit the right to practice veterinary medicine.
(2) Revoke the license to practice veterinary medicine.
(3) Suspend the imposition of judgment and penalties.
(4) Impose judgment and penalties but suspend enforcement thereof and place the licensee or applicant for license on probation with the right to vacate the probationary order for noncompliance.
(5) Refuse to issue or renew a license.
(6) Withhold any license, either permanently or for a period of time, when the same has not been delivered.
(7) Administer a public reprimand.
(8) Require a licensee to submit to the care, counseling or treatment of a physician or a psychologist designated by the board.
(9) Restore a suspended license to practice veterinary medicine and impose any disciplinary or corrective measure which it might originally have imposed.
(10) Take such other action in relation to disciplining as the board in its discretion may deem proper.

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1974, Dec. 27, P.L. 995, No. 326, § 24. Amended 1986, May 9, P.L. 166, No. 54, § 1, imd. effective.
63 P.S. § 485.24, PA ST 63 P.S. § 485.24
Current through 2022 Regular Session Act 96. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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