- authorized disciplinary or other action
- private reprimands prohibited
- orders imposing discipline deemed public records.
1.The Board may refuse to issue a license to an applicant or may take disciplinary action against a licensee if, after notice and a hearing as required by law, the Board determines that the applicant or licensee:
(a)Has submitted false or misleading information to the Board or any agency of this State, any other state, the Federal Government or the District of Columbia;
(b)Has violated any provision of this chapter or any regulation adopted pursuant thereto;
(c)Has been convicted of a felony, a crime relating to a controlled substance or a crime involving moral turpitude;
(d)Has an alcohol or other substance use disorder;
(e)Has violated the provisions of NRS 200.5093, 432B.220 or 432C.110;
(f)Is guilty of gross negligence in his or her practice as an athletic trainer;
(g)Is not competent to engage in the practice of athletic training;
(h)Has failed to provide information requested by the Board within 60 days after receiving the request;
(i)Has engaged in unethical or unprofessional conduct as it relates to the practice of athletic training;
(j)Has been disciplined in another state, a territory or possession of the United States, or the District of Columbia for conduct that would be a violation of the provisions of this chapter or any regulations adopted pursuant thereto if the conduct were committed in this State;
(k)Has solicited or received compensation for services that he or she did not provide;
(l)If the licensee is on probation, has violated the terms of the probation;
(m)Has terminated professional services to a client in a manner that detrimentally affected that client; or
(n)Has operated a medical facility, as defined in NRS 449.0151, at any time during which:
(1)The license of the facility was suspended or revoked; or
(2)An act or omission occurred which resulted in the suspension or revocation of the license pursuant to NRS 449.160.
2.The Board may, if it determines that an applicant for a license or a licensee has committed any of the acts set forth in subsection 1, after notice and a hearing as required by law:
(a)Refuse to issue a license to the applicant;
(b)Refuse to renew or restore the license of the licensee;
(c)Suspend or revoke the license of the licensee;
(d)Place the licensee on probation;
(e)Impose an administrative fine of not more than $5,000;
(f)Require the applicant or licensee to pay the costs incurred by the Board to conduct the investigation and hearing; or
(g)Impose any combination of actions set forth in paragraphs (a) to (f), inclusive.
3.The Board shall not issue a private reprimand to a licensee.
4.An order that imposes discipline and the findings of fact and conclusions of law supporting that order are public records.
Section 640B.700 — Grounds; authorized disciplinary or other action; private reprimands prohibited; orders imposing discipline deemed public records.,