Expedited State Medical Licensing
MedLicense.com™ is the nation's premier Physician Licensing Company. Over 50,000 Physicians have utilized MedLicense.com's Medical License Service over the last 22 years to obtain their State Medical Board Licenses since 2001. In 2022, MedLicense.com licensed 4% of all Physicians licensed in the 50 States. MedLicense.com is the Recognized Industry Leader in Physician Licensing. There is only One MedLicense.com. MedLicense.com licenses Physicians in all 50 States. Simply fill out our form and we will handle the rest. The licensure process is time consuming and requires knowledge of each State Med Boards' regulatory process. Whether you are applying for a medical license in Florida, New York, California, Alaska, Oregon, or all the states in between, MedLicense.com can expedite your medical license process by applying our knowledge of the licensure requirements and aggressively following up with all State Board Applications.
Our Process: How does our Medical License Service work?
- Submit your information to MedLicense.com through our purchase services link or via a 5 minute phone consultation
- Email your CV to us.
- A pre-completed packet will arrive in 3 to 8 business days for you to proof, sign, and notarize.
- Return the completed packet back to MedLicense.com
- MedLicense.com will update and submit the application to the State
- MedLicense.com will submit/request all verifications from the verifying institutions
- MedLicense.com will follow up with all verifications and the State Medical Board until the application is deemed complete.
Want to know more about the IMLC Compact Licensing Process?
The IMLC Compact Licensing System allows for a licensure process that is more reciprocal in nature than has been seen in the last 70 years. In this system, the IMLCC acts as the hub between the Medical Boards to exchange information on those physicians who are qualified to be a part of the IMLC Compact. It is truly a better way to license than the old system of complete re-verification of a Doctor's Credentials each time they wish to apply for a new State Medical License.
MedLicense.com has successfully handled a large number of Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission License applications ( ILMC Compact ). Due to the individual State Medical Boards adding their own requirements to the ILMC process, the process can be confusing. We have provided a complete detailed report on the Compact IMLC, which will assist you in determining your eligibility as well has arming you with information that will be needed before you proceed. Our service fees for IMLC Compact Licensing is discounted compared to the Full Traditional Medical Licensing process. For a physician who qualifies to participate in the Compact IMLC, it is the preferred method of licensure.
For more information please visit our section on the IMLC here - IMLC Compact Licensing Section
Average Licensing Time for Full Licenses ( not IMLC Compact)
Physician's using our Medical Licensing Service are experiencing Licensing times between 60 days to 105 days for most applications. This is measured from the date of the submission of the application to the issuance. Licensure can exceed the 115 day mark depending on the State and the Physician's background. Please contact us to for a consultation to determine a more accurate licensure time estimate. These are mean averages. Each physician brings their own issues and timeline to the table.
|Most Popular||USA/Canadian Graduates||Foreign Graduates|
|California (MD)||6-9 months||6-12 months|
|Florida||2-3 months (MD) 2-4 months (DO)||2-4 months|
|Illinois||2-4 months||2-6 months|
|New Jersey||2-3.5 months||2.5-4.5 months|
|New York||2-4 months||3-8 months|
|Ohio||1-4 months||1-6 months|
|Pennsylvania||3.5-6 months (MD) 3.5-12 months (DO)||4-12 months|
|Texas||3-6 months||3-8 months|
|Massachusetts||3-6 months||3-8 months|
|New Mexico||2.5-5 months||2.5-6 months|
|Georgia||4-8 months||4-8 months|
State Medical Boards which only require 1 year of Approved PGT Training ( Internship/Residency/Fellowship ) for International Medical Graduates:
- Georgia ( If the Medical School is on the California approved list )
- Mississippi ( If Board Certified with an ABMS Specialty Board )
- Puerto Rico
State Medical Boards which have no USMLE Attempt Limits:
State Medical Boards which have no USMLE Year Limits: