Any licensee who fails to register by the beginning of the registration period may be required to pay an additional fee for late filing in the amount of .00 for each month that the registration has been delayed. In the event a physician has registered as inactive and wishes to resume his or her practice after an inactive period, the physician must at that time register with the Registration Unit. A physician should notify the Department of Education’s Registration Unit of any change of name or mailing address within 30 days of each change.
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