Tex. Occ. Code Section 206.052
Appointment of Advisory Committee


(a)

The advisory committee consists of six members appointed by the president of the medical board. One member must be a registered perioperative nurse with at least five years of clinical experience as a registered perioperative nurse. Each of the remaining members must be:

(1)

a practicing surgical assistant who has at least five years of clinical experience as a surgical assistant; or

(2)

a physician licensed in this state who supervises a surgical assistant.

(b)

Appointments to the advisory committee shall be made without regard to the race, color, disability, sex, religion, age, or national origin of the appointees.
Added by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 1014, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 2001.

Source: Section 206.052 — Appointment of Advisory Committee, https://statutes.­capitol.­texas.­gov/Docs/OC/htm/OC.­206.­htm#206.­052 (accessed Jun. 5, 2024).

206.001
Definitions
206.002
Applicability
206.051
Advisory Committee
206.052
Appointment of Advisory Committee
206.053
Membership and Employee Restrictions
206.054
Terms
206.055
Grounds for Removal
206.056
Officers
206.057
Per Diem
206.058
Meetings
206.101
General Powers and Duties
206.103
Gifts, Grants, and Donations
206.151
Public Participation
206.152
Public Interest Information
206.153
Complaints
206.154
Records of Complaints
206.155
License Holder Access to Complaint Information
206.156
Health Care Entity Request for Information
206.157
Confidentiality of Investigative Information
206.158
Permitted Disclosure of Investigative Information
206.159
Immunity and Reporting Requirements
206.201
License Required
206.202
License Application
206.203
License Eligibility
206.204
Examination
206.205
Special Eligibility for License
206.206
Temporary License
206.207
Assistance by Medical Board
206.208
Fees
206.209
Issuance and Renewal of License
206.210
License Renewal
206.211
Notice of License Renewal
206.212
Procedure for Renewal
206.213
Renewal of Expired License by Out-of-state Practitioner
206.214
License Holder Information
206.215
Refusal for Violation of Board Order
206.251
Scope of Practice
206.252
Service Contracts
206.253
Certain Prohibited Practices
206.254
Establishment of Certain Functions and Standards
206.301
Disciplinary Actions by the Medical Board
206.302
Conduct Related to Fraud or Misrepresentation
206.303
Conduct Related to Violation of Law
206.304
Conduct Indicating Lack of Fitness
206.305
Rehabilitation Order
206.306
Effect of Rehabilitation Order
206.307
Audit of Rehabilitation Order
206.308
Subpoena
206.309
Protection of Patient Identity
206.310
Rules for Disciplinary Proceedings
206.311
Required Suspension of Incarcerated Surgical Assistant
206.312
Temporary Suspension
206.313
Informal Proceedings
206.314
Roles and Responsibilities of Participants in Informal Proceedings
206.315
Medical Board Representation in Informal Proceedings
206.351
Administrative Penalty
206.1575
Conduct of Investigation
206.2025
Criminal History Record Information Requirement for License Issuance
206.2105
Criminal History Record Information Requirement for Renewal
206.2525
Reimbursement for Services
206.3075
Responsibilities of Private Associations

Accessed:
Jun. 5, 2024

§ 206.052’s source at texas​.gov