The boards work and serve the public during this health emergency. For anyone wishing to file paper applications, applications or related items, boards provided Dropboxes at each entrance to the public. Phone numbers and email addresses for boarding contacts are posted on the front doors if you need help. The general contact information for each of the boards of directors is shown below: Assistance for children with complex health or disability needs 7.Criminal Background Checks: All criminal background checks required for primary care will continue to be temporarily suspended during the period of this emergency due to a temporary lack of fingerprint services due to possible exposure to COVID-19. (5) The total number of medical/surgical and observational beds used for non-essential operation or non-feeding does not exceed 50% of the average number of beds used in September 2020. Please use the link below to see the governor`s emergency statement. E. Each hospital, ambulatory surgery provider and outpatient provider must have an internal governance structure in place to ensure that the principles outlined above are respected. 6.Licence renewal requirements: all renewal and licence deadline requirements will continue to be temporarily suspended in the event of a health emergency. If a licensee had an active medical license in Iowa on March 22, 2020, the expiry date will be automatically extended for the duration of this health emergency.
The boards and their respective collaborators will be responsive during this period and will address all messages. This closure to the public is an attempt to prevent the spread of Covid-19. (b) a conservation plan for PPE, in accordance with the guidelines of the CDC and the Iowa Department of Health; Dentists: 515-281-5047; IDB@Iowa.gov Pharmacy Office: 515-281-5944; email@example.com: 515-281-3255 (4) A hospital must reserve at least 10% of intensive care beds (ICU) and 10% of medical/surgical beds for covid-19 patients. When reviewing the results of clinical, laboratory and case reports, the Iowa Board of Medicine recommends that the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) use masks in public spaces to prevent infected people, with or without symptoms, from spreading coronavirus to high-risk individuals. The specific recommendations are… A. A hospital, outpatient surgeon or outpatient provider may be hospitalized and, if delayed, poses a significant risk to quality of life and all outpatient operations or procedures, If the hospital or provider meets the following conditions: 1.No Iowa Medical License Obligatory: A physician may practice medicine/telemedicine in Iowa on a temporary basis without a medical license in Iowa, to assist in the event of an emergency if a physician has at least an active medical license in another U.S. state and if all medical licenses held by a physician in other U.S. states are in good condition.