Position statement on physicians licensed in other states providing care to South Carolina residents
South Carolina State Board of Medical Examiners
A number of out-of-state physicians providing care to South Carolina residents have recently inquired as to their obligation to obtain a license to practice medicine in South Carolina to perform certain acts incidental to their treatment provided in another state. The Board views such acts incidental to the care provided in another state to be a continuation of the care initiated in the other state. To that end, the Board would not expect the physician in another state to obtain a license in South Carolina to perform such acts.
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