Business and Professions Code Section 2227

Compiled March, 2012

Our review of the annotated history reveals the following legislative history (every “c.” below represents a separate legislative bill):

Prior History:
•  Former uncodified § 11, added 1907, c. 212
•  Former uncodified § 14, added 1913, c. 354; amended 1915, c. 105; 1917, c. 81; 1921, c. 598; 1925, c. 130; 1927, c. 59; 1929, c. 311
•  Former Business and Professions Code § 2372, added 1937, c. 414; amended 1965, c. 1458
•  Former Business and Professions Code § 2372, added 1975xx, c. 1xx; amended 1975xx, c. 2xx; 1976, c. 1185
Added: 1980, c. 1313
•  1990, c. 1597: inserted the subdivision designations and redesignated the paragraphs numerically rather than alphabetically; inserted “as designated in section 1137 of the Government Code in subdivision (a); substituted “license” for “certificate” in par. (1); deleted, “a committee or panel thereof” following “division” in pars. (2) to (5); and added subdivision (b).
•  1993, c. 1267: in subdivision (a), substituted “an administrative law judge of the Medical Quality Hearing Panel” for “the Division of Medical Quality, by a medical quality review committee or a panel of the committee, or by an administrative law judge”.
•  1995, c. 708: in subdivision (a)(3), inserted “and be required to pay the costs of probation monitoring”.
•  2002, c. 1085: in subdivision (a), in the introductory paragraph, inserted “, or who has entered into a stipulation for disciplinary action with the division,”; in par. (5), inserted “as part of an order of probation”; and rewrote subdivision (b), which read: “(b) Any matter heard pursuant to subdivision (a), except for warning letters, medical review or advisory conferences, or other matters made confidential or privileged by existing law, is deemed public, and shall be made available to the public by the board.”
•  2009, c. 505: substituted “board” for “division” throughout the section; and rewrote subdivision (a)(4). Prior to amendment, subdivision (a)(4) read: “(4) Be publicly reprimanded by the division.”

19 bills affected this section.                          

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