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State Medical Board to meet 

Little Rock, AR--The Arkansas State Medical Board will meet Thursday and Friday, October 5th and 6th at the Medical Board Office.

The agenda calls for over 60 doctors to present on topics like licensure, scores, and exemptions and regulations.  Also presenting will be some international medical graduates. The meeting will conclude Friday afternoon with comments by Charlotte Conway and John Diaz, both of LRCP, speaking on the Emergency Order of Suspension and Show Cause.

The State Medical Board Office is located at 2100 Riverfront Drive.  Call 296-1802 for more information. 

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