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  • Apply via the Federation of State Medical Boards’ Uniform Application.
  • Applications must be completed in one sitting.
  • The normal time for processing an application is two to three months.
  • Instructions and forms are available during the process as well as on this page.
  • IMPORTANT:  Application fees are non-refundable, including for applicants who do not meet all qualifications for a license.

What happens next:
  • Email instructions are sent when the application for a certificate of qualification (COQ) is received and processing has begun, including how to access the Check Pending Application web page.
  • Once all items have been received, your status will update to “Pending Board Meeting” and the date of Board consideration is provided.
  • If the COQ is approved (status changes to Approved Pending MLC), apply and pay for your license using this form. Apply for an Alabama Controlled Substance Certificate (optional) at the Licensee Portal. You can do this before you receive license approval.
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Renewal Requirements
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  • Renewal period is Oct 1 – Dec 31 (grace period with an additional charge Jan 1 – 31).
  • Reminder emails are sent to the email address of record beginning in October.
  • Renewals are accomplished online using the Licensee Portal beginning on Oct. 1.
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  • A criminal background check with fingerprinting is required. The fee is $65.
  • Twenty-five Category 1 or equivalent CME credits acquired in the previous 12 months are required.
  • Applicants who have been absent from clinical practice for two years or more may obtain a license by entering into a reentry agreement with the Board (See Board Rules, Chapter 540-X-23, for additional information).
  • For reinstatement of a certificate of qualification that was voluntarily surrendered, use the COQ Reinstatement Application.

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