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By JANA SHECKLER | Published: SEPTEMBER 10 2013 | Posted In: Medical Licensing, Physician, Staffing and Recruiting

Top Five Most Difficult or Time Consuming States

I'm often asked, "Which of the states take the longest to process a state medical license?"  Well, the list changes as states change their requirements or update their application processes.  Here is the most current list based on our recent observations while managing the medical licensing application process.

Tagged: difficult medial licensing states, time consuming medical licensing states

By JANA SHECKLER | Published: AUGUST 28 2013 | Posted In: Medical Licensing, Physician, Puerto Rico Physicians, Staffing and Recruiting

Licensure in Florida Based on State Board Examination

Did you take a State Board Examination in lieu of FLEX, NBME, NBOME or the USMLEs?  If so, you will need to jump through a few hoops before the Florida Board of Medicine will issue a medical license to you.

Tagged: Florida Medical Licensing, Puerto Rico State Board Examination, SPEX, State Board Examination

By JANA SHECKLER | Published: AUGUST 27 2013 | Posted In: Medical Licensing, Physician, Staffing and Recruiting

Wyoming Offers Temporary License in Just a Few Weeks

You could be practicing in Wyoming on an expedited temporary medical license in as quickly as two weeks.  This is a great option if you have an opportunity to do locum tenens in Wyoming.  In order to qualify, you only need to have a clean record and submit your application for a Wyoming Medical License, the application fee, proof of citizenship, the Wyoming Medical Board's affidavit form, a recent NPDB/HIPDB Report and proof that you have applied for your FCVS Packet (which is required).  Contact us today for more information about applying for a Wyoming Medical License and a free...

Tagged: Fast License, Locum Tenens, Temporary Licensure, Wyoming

By JANA SHECKLER | Published: JUNE 4 2013 | Posted In: Medical Licensing, Physician

More Than Ten Years Since You Passed an Exam?

Has it been more than 10 years since you've taken an examination such as the USMLEs or an American Board Exam?  If so, you may be required to take an American Board certification or re-certification exam or SPEX.  SPEX is the Special Purpose Examination.  It is a clinical examination you would need to actually sit for.  The exam is comprised of 8 parts allowing 56 minutes to complete each part.

Tagged: 10 Year Rule, American Board Certified, American Board Examination, American Board Re-Certified, Examination Attempt Limits, Examination Time Limits, Special Purpose Examination, SPEX, Ten Year Rule

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