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Physicians are not permitted to practice medicine in Montana in any manner without an active Montana License.

  • Must be a graduate of a medical school accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA)
    or conforms to standards of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME).
  • U.S. graduates must have successfully completed a post-graduate residency program accredited
    by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the AOA.
  • Foreign graduates must complete at least 3 years post-graduate training or attain alternative
    certification or fellow status from a Board-approved organization, such as the American Board of
    Medical Specialties (ABMS) or the AOA. Please see ARM 24.156.607 for further information.
  • Foreign graduates must provide a certificate from the Educational Council for Foreign Medical
    Graduates ( and from the Fifth Pathway Program, if applicable.
  • Must have passed a licensing exam approved by the Board. Please refer to the Board statutes
    and rules (ARM 24.156.606) for specific information regarding examination information and limits
    on attempts.
  • Must be of good moral character.

FEES: $375.00 Application Fee Payable to Montana Board of Medical Examiners

  • When the application file is complete, it will be processed and considered by Board staff for
    licensure. The applicant may be notified if additional information is required or if required to
    appear before the Board for an interview. Once a routine application is complete, the application
    may take up to 30 days to process.
  • You will be notified by mail when the application has been successfully processed and you have
    been licensed to practice medicine in Montana.
  • Applicant will be notified in writing of any deficient or missing items from the application file.
  • If the application is considered a non-routine application, there will be a delay in processing of the
    application. You may be requested to provide additional information or make a personal
    appearance before the Board during a regularly scheduled Board meeting and/or the application
    may require Board consideration. You will be notified in writing if you are required to appear
    before the Board.
  • For an application requiring review by the full Board, all materials must be received by
    the Board office no later than 30 working days prior to the Board’s next scheduled
    meeting. Applications completed after that deadline will not be put on the Board’s
    agenda. The Board meets six times per year Please visit for exact
    meeting dates.
  • Keep the Board office informed at all times of any address changes, changes in license status and
    complaints or proposed disciplinary action. This is essential for timely processing of applications
    and subsequent licensure.
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