To apply for a medical license in Alaska, you need to follow different steps depending on your profession type.
Nurses must download and complete the application form and submit the required documents and fees. The application fee is $284.00 for registered nurses and $269.00 for licensed practical nurses. You also need to provide:
Physician assistants must pay an application fee of $100.00 and provide:
Physicians can apply via the Federation of State Medical Boards’ Uniform Application or use a traditional paper application. The universal application fee is $60.00 and the board application fee is $175.00.
Physician assistants must fill out the online renewal application and pay $100.00 as the renewal fee. Physicians must pay $60.00 for the universal renewal fee and $300.00 for the board renewal fee. Both must also show proof of their continuing medical education credits: a minimum of 25 hours per year, with at least 4 hours on prescribing controlled substances through a course approved by the board. The deadline for renewing the license is December 31 every year.
Registered nurses must pay $284.00 and licensed practical nurses must pay $269.00 as the renewal fee. They must also complete at least two of these continuing competency activities every two years:
The expiration date is November 30.
A physician from another state can offer telehealth services to a patient in AK if they meet specific requirements. The physician must have a prior physician-patient relationship with the patient, which means they have seen the patient in person before. Or, if an AK licensed physician has referred the patient to a physician from another state for a life-threatening condition that is suspected or confirmed, the telehealth visit can include communication about diagnostic or treatment plan options or analysis of test results for the life-threatening condition.
To search for a medical practitioner’s professional license in Alaska, you can go to the State Medical Board website. You can type in the last name, city, license number, or board of the person you want to check.
To send a verification of your Alaska physician license to another state medical board, you can use the VeriDoc service. You can visit veridoc.org and follow the steps to create and send a verification. The verification will be delivered right away and the fee is $302.
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