Section 34-24-342

Construction of article; commission to have exclusive power over licenses; licenses to be filed with county probate judge.

No provision of this article shall be construed as repealing any other law with reference to the requirements regulating the practice of medicine or osteopathy except insofar as the same may conflict with the provisions of this article. It is the purpose of this article to vest exclusively in the Medical Licensure Commission the power to issue, revoke, and reinstate all licenses to practice medicine or osteopathy.

Any person who receives a license to practice medicine or osteopathy shall, within 10 days after locating in a county, file the license in the office of the judge of probate of such county for records; and, should the practitioner remove his or her residence to another county, he or she shall within that time have his or her license recorded in that county.

(Acts 1981, No. 81-218, p. 273, §17.)