21 NCAC 32V.0111
License Reciprocity: Perfusionist
When an emergency declaration is in effect, a perfusionist, licensed or certified in any state, can perform perfusion services without a North Carolina license or certification. They must provide identification and proof of licensure or certification to the North Carolina Medical Board within 3 days of providing services.
PRACTICE DURING A DISASTER
In the event of a declared disaster or state of emergency that authorizes the Board to exercise its authority under G.S. 90-12.2, and if the Board does exercise its authority pursuant to G.S. 90-12.2, the Board may allow a perfusionist licensed in any other state, or a current, active certified clinical perfusionist who practices in a state where licensure is not required, to perform perfusion during a disaster within a county in which a disaster or state of emergency has been declared or counties contiguous to a county in which a disaster or state of emergency has been declared (in accordance with G.S. 166A-6). The perfusionist who enters the State for purposes of this Rule shall notify the Board within three business days of his or her work site and provide proof of identification and current licensure or certification.