Article - Health Occupations
(a) The Board may issue a temporary license to a podiatrist licensed in another state to practice or teach podiatry in this State if:
(1) The license issued from the other state has licensing requirements equivalent to those in this State; and
(2) The licensed podiatrist pays a temporary license fee as determined by the Board.
(b) A temporary license temporarily authorizes the licensee to practice podiatry, while the license is effective, only on:
(1) Patients of the health care facility or program named on the license; or
(2) Patients of a health care facility or program that is:
(i) Affiliated for training purposes with the health care facility or program named on the temporary license; and
(ii) Approved by the Board.
(c) A temporary license may be issued for a term of 3 months and may be renewed at the discretion of the Board.