Alaska medical license process involves the following steps:
For primary source verifications, here’s the list of Alaska medical license requirements:
A licensing advocate will do the following tasks:
In most cases, just a signature, fingerprinting, notarization, or photograph is required. The licensing advocate will take care of the rest. If any document is missing, the licensing advocate will provide the relevant details so that you can do the needful.
Yes. It is mandatory to continuously follow up with the Alaska Medical License Commission to ensure precise processing of your Alaska Medical License application on time along with credential verifications.
The status of your application at every step will be regularly updated in your dashboard. Furthermore, you will get notifications on every step via email. So, stay tuned. For more details, you can always contact us and we’re there to help you.
Visit the CME page to get complete details about the CME requirements for the Alaska Medical License application.
Address: Alaska State Medical Board
P.O. Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811-0806
Phone: (907) 465-2781
Fax: (907) 465-2974
It costs 175 USD to get Alaska Medical License from Alaska Medical Licensure Commission
It takes 2-3 months to get an Alaska Medical license. Apart from credential verifications and malpractice claim verification, the factors that might delay the medical licensing processes include:
The Medical Licensure Commission of Alaska holds the right to license doctors in Alaska.
Your first license will be valid only till your birthday and not for the entire calendar year. After that, you can proceed with Alaska medical license renewal every 2 years.
If the Alaska board determines any violation, you might experience actions that include: