5 Medical Licensure Tips for Residents
As a physician in training, your medical school degree seems like the gold standard. But as a resident, you quickly learn it’s the first of many benchmarks one must reach on a career in medicine.
Obtaining a medical license and earning board certification are key achievements for young physicians. However, navigating the medical licensure process can be daunting.
The licensure process requires residents to complete individual applications for each state in which they seek to practice medicine (including telemedicine). Proactive planning can help you save time and ease stress.
The Medical Licensing process can be quite lengthy and difficult if you don’t know what you are doing. Expect to spend numerous hours preparing the application, making the verification requests, following up with your credential holders, and addressing deficiencies on your notices from your State Medical Board, but…
What if someone offered to…
- Determine your license eligibility
- Make all credential verification requests
- Follow up with credential holders
- Handle additional Medical Board requests
- Make your license process incredibly simple!
You should probably let them!
Only $597 per State
Discounts available for multiple states, training licenses, and military.
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