Nevada Professions, Occupations and Businesses

Sec. § 630.388
Injunctive relief.


1.

In addition to any other remedy provided by law, the Board, through its President or Secretary-Treasurer or the Attorney General, may apply to any court of competent jurisdiction:

(a)

To enjoin any prohibited act or other conduct of a licensee which is harmful to the public;

(b)

To enjoin any person who is not licensed under this chapter from practicing medicine, perfusion or respiratory care;

(c)

To limit the practice of a physician, perfusionist, physician assistant or practitioner of respiratory care, or suspend his or her license to practice;

(d)

To enjoin the use of the title “P.A.,” “P.A.-C,” “R.C.P.” or any other word, combination of letters or other designation intended to imply or designate a person as a physician assistant or practitioner of respiratory care, when not licensed by the Board pursuant to this chapter, unless the use is otherwise authorized by a specific statute; or

(e)

To enjoin the use of the title “L.P.,” “T.L.P.,” “licensed perfusionist,” “temporarily licensed perfusionist” or any other word, combination of letters or other designation intended to imply or designate a person as a perfusionist, when not licensed by the Board pursuant to this chapter, unless the use is otherwise authorized by a specific statute.

2.

The court in a proper case may issue a temporary restraining order or a preliminary injunction for the purposes set forth in subsection 1:

(a)

Without proof of actual damage sustained by any person;

(b)

Without relieving any person from criminal prosecution for engaging in the practice of medicine, perfusion or respiratory care without a license; and

(c)

Pending proceedings for disciplinary action by the Board.
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Feb. 5, 2021