California Business and Professions Code 2307(a) allows physicians and surgeons who have had their license revoked, surrendered or suspended to petition the California Medical Board for reinstatement or modification.
BP 2307 (b)(1) states that a petition for reinstatement by the California Medical Board may be made at least 3 years after the license was revoked or surrendered. However, you can upon a showing of good cause petition for reinstatement after 2 years.
If you are on probation to the California Medical Board you can petition the board to either modify your existing terms and conditions of probation and even petition for a termination of probation. You can do this pursuant to BP 2307(b)(2) and BP 2307(b)(3).
If your probation is for a period less than 3 years, you can petition to terminate your probation after 1 year. If your probation is more than 3 years, you can petition for termination of probation after 2 years.
If you are on probation to the California Medical Board, you can petition to modify your terms and conditions after 1 year on probation.
Practicing medicine with the restrictions imposed by the Medical Board can have an adverse impact on your medical practice. If you have already entered into a stipulation and want to see about terminating your medical license probation or modifying the current terms, contact a well qualified California Medical License Attorney.