Check out these frequently asked questions about medical licensure or certification in Vermont.
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More than 200 primary care practices and 350+ individual and group dental practices are located throughout Vermont. Here is information about FQHCs, Rural Health Centers and free clinics.
We gather data on 40+ health care professions. From this we can calculate ratios of population to provider full-time equivalents, identify and direct resources to areas of greatest need.
The Board of Medical Practice is committed to protecting the public, promoting good practice, and supporting our licensees with licensing services and information. It is also our mission is to identify and respond to unprofessional conduct. The chart below includes Board Actions from the most recent 10 years, which may be sorted by last name or year. Please contact the Board for information about prior actions: (802) 657-4220 or email: AHS.VDHMedicalBoard@vermont.gov.
The Board investigates complaints of unprofessional conduct and may issue reprimands or revoke, suspend or place conditions on professional licenses and certifications, or take action where appropriate to protect public health and safety.
The dates listed on this schedule are provided for the convenience of those interested in the licensing process.
Here are the forms and information required for medical licensure and certification in Vermont. You must complete both the online application and the required forms, which are downloadable here.
Here you will find links to statutes, rules, policies and resources to help you find the answers to questions about medical practice in Vermont.
A variety of federal and state funded educational loan repayment and loan forgiveness programs are available to health care providers to help meet the needs of Vermonters.
Electronic reporting allows Eligible Professionals and Eligible Hospitals with certified electronic medical records to meet the Meaningful Use measures related to Public Health.