To protect the public from the unprofessional, incompetent, or impaired practice of medicine.
The Board of Medicine issues licenses to qualified Allopathic and Osteopathic physicians and physician assistants based on nationally recognized credentialing standards. The Board regulates the minimum standards for professional conduct and continued competence and takes disciplinary action against licensees who fail to meet these standards.
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Announcements and Notices
May 6, 2015
Representatives from the Federation of State Medical Boards will present on the issue of re-entry to practice at the Board's May meeting. This presentation is open to the public. If interested, please join the Board on May 6, 2015 at 8:30 a.m.
ALL LICENSEES WITH A DEA NUMBER (REGARDLESS OF STATE IN WHICH IT WAS ISSUED) MUST REGISTER BY JUNE 30, 2015.
Information on Ebola
Therapeutic Use of Cannabis Policy
The Medical Review Subcommittee ("MRSC") to the Board is looking for a physician assistant
to serve on the MRSC. For more information, see Vacant Positions