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Alabama medical license process involves the following steps:

  • End-to-end research of your educational and professional history
  • Completion of physician licensure application process with e-signature
  • Collection of relevant credential documentation for verification
  • Regular tracking and follow-up of all documentation for timely license issue

For primary source verifications, here's the list of Alabama medical license requirements:

  • Medical school transcripts and verifications
  • Undergraduate transcripts
  • Postgraduate training evaluations
  • Examination transcripts
  • NPDB query
  • Federation query
  • Malpractice claims history report/documents
  • AMA profile
  • Employment verification
  • Hospital staff evaluations
  • Professional reference letters
  • Letter of good standing from other licensing boards
  • And any other documents specific to Alabama Medical License
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Any pre-operative tests will be determined by your physician or anesthesiologist and communicated to you prior to the date of your surgery.

Yes, you may receive up to 3 calls. You will be contacted prior to surgery by a member of your health care team. This call will include a routine health assessment, instructions for the day of surgery, and answers to any questions you may have. You may also be contacted by someone in the facility's business office to address financial matters such as your responsibility for co-payments and deductibles. Finally, you may be also be contacted by your anesthesiologist.

  • Please bring a photo identification and your insurance card(s). Our staff will need to verify and make copies when you check in on the day of your surgery.
  • Be sure to bring any medications that you may need during your stay at the facility (e.g. inhaler or insulin).
  • Please bring a list of all drugs you are currently taking.
  • Please bring payment of any patient responsibility (e.g. co-payment or deductible).
  • Please do NOT bring rings, watches, or other valuables.

Yes. You will not be allowed to drive after surgery. Please arrange for an adult to drive you home and for someone to be with you when you arrive.

Your physician or a pre-operative nurse will inform you of eating and drinking restrictions prior to surgery. It is very important that you follow the provided instructions. If you do not, your surgery may be delayed or canceled.

You will be given instructions regarding medications by your physician or a staff member. Also, as noted above, please be prepared to list all medications (including name and dose) you are taking and to bring any with you that may be needed during your stay (i.e. inhaler or insulin).

Take a shower the night before and the morning of surgery. Follow these simple steps:

  • Wash your hair first with any shampoo.
  • Wash all of your body using liquid antibacterial soap and a clean washcloth for each shower.
  • Rinse well to remove all soap.
  • Dry your body with a clean towel.
  • Do not use lotion, cream, or powder.
  • Do not shave or clip the area where the surgery will be done unless your physician directs you to do so.
On the day of your procedure make sure you, your family, and any other caregivers wash hands frequently while at the facility and at home following your surgery. Also, do not hesitate to ask members of your health care team at the surgery center if they have washed their hands! Be sure to follow all instructions provided by your health care team regarding the care and cleaning of your surgical site as well as the administration of post-operative medications and bandages.

Please be sure to notify your physician, anesthesiologist, and nurse prior to the date of surgery if you think you may be pregnant. The surgical procedure, anesthesia, and medications may be harmful to a developing baby.

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