36-2A-8 Denial of admission to diversion program.
Denial of admission to diversion program.
The diversion evaluation committee may
deny admission to the diversion program if the applicant:
Is not eligible for licensure in this state;
Diverted controlled substances for other than personal use;
Creates too great a risk to the public by participating in the diversion program as
determined by the diversion evaluation committee and program personnel;
Has problems related to sexual misconduct based upon criteria established by the Board
of Nursing and the Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners in consultation with the
participating boards, the diversion program service committee, and program personnel;
Has been terminated from this or another state diversion program for noncompliance with
the program requirements.
The diversion evaluation committee shall report applicants who have been denied admission to
the diversion program to the applicable participating board.
Source: SL 1996, ch 227, § 8.