A. A medical student may engage in a clinical clerkship training program in Maryland if:
(1) The medical student participates only in:
(a) An accredited training program which has an affiliation, expressed in writing, with the student's medical school for the express purpose of providing clinical training to the medical student, if at least one department in the hospital has a formal affiliation with an LCME-accredited medical school, or
(b) A hospital, hospital department, clinic, or similar facility that is affiliated with an LCME-accredited medical school, which may include training in the office of a physician affiliated, by faculty appointment or other written agreement, with the accredited medical school for the purpose of teaching the medical student;
(2) All medical students of the same educational level engaged in clinical clerkships at that physician's office, hospital, hospital department, clinic or similar facility train under the same conditions, with the same privileges and limitations; and
(3) The physician's office, hospital, hospital department, clinic or similar facility will cease to train medical students if the American medical school with which it is affiliated is no longer accredited by the LCME, or if the postgraduate training program is no longer ACGME-accredited.
B. A medical student practicing medicine outside the scope of the provisions of §A of this regulation is considered to be practicing medicine beyond the scope of Health Occupations Article, §14-302, Annotated Code of Maryland.