In Oregon, Continuing Medical Education (CME) serves as a vital mechanism for healthcare professionals to stay current and deliver optimal patient care. The state's CME requirements mandate practitioners, including physicians, to accumulate a specific number of credits within designated timeframes for licensure maintenance. These requirements underscore a commitment to ongoing education and the highest standards of medical practice. Healthcare providers in Oregon engage in diverse CME activities, such as conferences and online courses, aligning with the state's medical requirements. Physicians, as essential contributors to the healthcare landscape, have specific CME obligations, emphasizing their dedication to continuous professional development. Oregon's state CME requirements collectively ensure that healthcare practitioners remain well-informed, proficient, and contribute to the delivery of quality healthcare services in the Pacific Northwest.


Oklahoma Physician Continuing Medical Education (CME) Requirements for Licensure Registration

Credit amount:
  • For MDs, Oklahoma requires 60 Category 1 CME hours per licensure cycle
  • For DOs, Oklahoma requires 16 CME hours per licensure cycle
CME/Year: 60
Hours/Year: 20
Licensure cycle: 3 years
Equivalent Certificates: AMA PRA, ABMS, GME+
Topics: Both MDs and DOs who prescribe controlled substances are required to complete 1 hour of approved CME about pain management per licensure cycle, including +50 hours for each year of GME.

Learn about Oklahoma’s governing bodies for CME

The Oklahoma Board of Medical Examiners and the Medical Licensure Commission of Oklahoma are Oklahoma’s governing bodies for CME and medical license requirements. Their mission is to:

“protect the health and safety of the citizens of the state of Oklahoma.”

Additional information can be found on their website which includes information pertaining to basic requirements, educational requirements, frequently asked questions, requests for license verification, and more.

All information from Federation of State Medical Boards is subjected to change. It should be verified independently.


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