South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners advisory opinion on corporate practice of medicine
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South Carolina State Board of Medical Examiners
SubjectAdvisory opinions--South Carolina; Medical corporations--South Carolina; Medical personnel--Licenses--South Carolina
The South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners (“Board”) Board does not license or regulate corporations. However, the Board has well-established expectations concerning the economic relationships within which its licensees may practice. The physician’s professional judgment must be independently exercised, regardless of the economic relationship or business form involved. Licensees are subject to all provisions of the Medical Practice Act regardless of the economic relationship or corporate form in which they practice. Licensees may not employ or permit unlicensed persons to practice medicine.
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