Virgin Islands Medical License Requirements

The Virgin Islands Medical Board does not have a typical process. Most of the physician's timeline is verified by the Virgin Islands Medical Board. The Virgin Islands Medical Board does not process applications quickly. After submitting the Virgin Islands Medical License Application, the Virgin Islands Medical Board requires two unique processes be completed before the application can be considered. The first is the completion of the FCVS packet. Once the FCVS Packet is completed and delivered to the Virgin Islands Medical Board, the Physician then has to register for the SPEX Examination. The SPEX examination is required from all Physicians. Virgin Islands Medical Board does not provide available access to the licensure analysts. This prevents the verifying of receipt of the required verifications which must be received by the Virgin Islands Medical Board.

MedLicense.com is experiencing licensure times of 6 1/2 to 18 months for the Virgin Islands Medical License for most Physicians.

Additional Virgin Islands Medical Board Licensing Information:

The Virgin Islands Medical Board is one of the least efficient Medical Boards in the USA. The SPEX and FCVS process also adds to the time it takes to have the Virgin Islands Medical Board complete the application file. Unfortunately the SPEX Examination has to be taken in the Virgin Islands. It cannot be taken any where else in the USA. So there is a mandatory appearance for all applicants.

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