2015 Tennessee Code
Title 63 - Professions Of The Healing Arts
Chapter 1 - Division of Health Related Boards
Part 3 - Pain Management Clinics
§ 63-1-312 - Voluntary inactivation of certificate.

TN Code § 63-1-312 (2015) What's This?

(a) If, prior to the renewal of a certificate pursuant to ยง 63-1-308, a registered pain management clinic wishes to voluntarily inactivate its certificate, it shall file notification with the department. The notification shall state the date on which the pain management clinic did or will cease to operate as a pain management clinic (the inactive date). In no case shall a certificate be considered inactivated on any date on which the clinic operated or will operate as a pain management clinic. No fees will be refunded as a result of the filing of an inactivity notice.

(b) The department may charge a fee to process inactivity notices received from pain management clinics.

(c) This section shall not be used to circumvent enforcement or inspection activities conferred by this part to the department or a board for any alleged offense occurring during the time the pain clinic was registered or was required to be registered as a pain management clinic.

(d) If the pain management clinic thereafter wishes to register, it shall submit a new application, pay the requisite registration fee and meet such other reasonable requirements as deemed necessary by the department as if an original application was filed.

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