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(1) A residency is approved for purposes of 37-3-102 (3) , MCA, if the training program meets the following criteria:

(a) is in a hospital or clinic located in the United States; and

(b) has been approved by the American council on graduate medical education or the American osteopathic association.

(2) Alternatively, a residency is approved if, upon investigation, the board finds that the residency:

(a) is approved by, or affiliated with, the world health organization;

(b) carries malpractice insurance;

(c) has been approved for certification by the American board of medical specialties;

(d) requires residents to have sufficient fluency in spoken and written English to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety;

(e) has an internal examination process (if written examinations are conducted, the residency will provide the board with reports or access to examination results) ; and

(f) provides that residents are supervised by a mentor who:

(i) is a licensed physician; and

(ii) provides written evaluations and/or reports to the training program, and to the board upon request.



History: 37-1-131, 37-3-202, MCA; IMP, 37-3-102, 37-3-203, MCA; NEW, 2000 MAR p. 729, Eff. 2/25/00; TRANS, from ARM 8.28.1527, 2000 MAR p. 3520, Eff. 12/22/00; TRANS, from Commerce, 2001 MAR p. 1471.

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