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Law Number

WCWR 024-052-001(7)(d)

Summary Title

License Reciprocity: Physician Assistant During Emergency


When an emergency declaration is in effect, a licensed physician assistant from another state or country who comes into Wyoming can provide medical care for the duration of the state of emergency and does not need to obtain a Wyoming license as long as the physician assistant can provide proof of licensure and identity prior to providing medical care.

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(d) Emergencies. Wyoming physicians and physician assistants and those physicians and physician assistants residing in and who hold full and unrestricted licenses to practice medicine or to practice as a physician assistant in another state or country who come into this state to provide medical care during an emergency or pandemic declared as such by Order of the Governor of this state and/or pursuant to any State Emergency Plan and who comply with all requirements of the board for verification of licensure and identity, may practice medicine or practice as a physician assistant without first obtaining a Wyoming license for the period during which any such emergency or pandemic Declaration or Order remains in effect.