House File 468 - Reprinted HOUSE FILE 468 BY COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES (SUCCESSOR TO HSB 168) (As Amended and Passed by the House February 17, 2021 ) A BILL FOR An Act establishing requirements relating to the residency of 1 persons accepted for admission to the state university of 2 Iowa’s colleges of medicine and dentistry and requiring an 3 annual report. 4 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: 5 HF 468 (2) 89 kh/jh/md
H.F. 468 Section 1. Section 262.9, Code 2021, is amended by adding 1 the following new subsection: 2 NEW SUBSECTION . 39. Adopt a policy requiring that not less 3 than seventy-five percent of the students who are accepted 4 at the college of medicine in the doctor of medicine program 5 and who are accepted at the college of dentistry at the state 6 university of Iowa be residents of Iowa or persons who were, 7 prior to applying to such college, enrolled in an eligible 8 postsecondary institution as defined in section 261E.2. 9 Sec. 2. Section 263.2, Code 2021, is amended to read as 10 follows: 11 263.2 Degrees —— reports . 12 1. A person shall not be admitted to courses of instruction 13 in the university if the person has not completed the 14 elementary instruction in such branches as are taught in the 15 public or accredited nonpublic schools throughout the state. 16 2. Graduates of the university shall receive degrees or 17 diplomas, or other evidences of distinction such as are usually 18 conferred and granted by universities and are authorized by the 19 state board of regents. 20 3. The state university of Iowa, in collaboration with the 21 university hospitals and clinics, shall submit an annual report 22 to the general assembly providing the following information: 23 a. The states in which members of each graduating class 24 from the college of dentistry and the college of medicine’s 25 doctor of medicine program reside during the year immediately 26 following graduation. The information shall be divided by 27 residents of Iowa at the time of application to the college and 28 nonresidents at the time of application to the college. 29 b. The states in which the university of Iowa hospitals 30 and clinics primary care and specialty residents reside in the 31 year following completion of medical residency and whether 32 following residency such residents accepted fellowships. The 33 information shall be divided by primary care and various areas 34 of specialty, and whether the medical residents were residents 35 -1- HF 468 (2) 89 kh/jh/md 1/ 2
H.F. 468 of Iowa prior to applying for admission at an undergraduate 1 college or university, received a baccalaureate degree from 2 a postsecondary institution in Iowa, or graduated from a 3 medical school in Iowa, whether or not the medical residents 4 were residents of the state at the time of acceptance into the 5 university of Iowa hospitals and clinics’ residency programs 6 and, if any residents accepted fellowships following residency, 7 the states in which the fellowships are offered and the areas 8 of specialty under the fellowships. 9 -2- HF 468 (2) 89 kh/jh/md 2/ 2