We respectfully request that applicants and interested stakeholders refrain from contacting the Board to confirm receipt of applications and supporting documentation. Please allow approximately four weeks for initial materials to be processed, once an application and fee payment have been submitted to the Board. Written confirmation will be mailed to all applicants identifying any deficiencies in required documentation. Most phone calls will be returned within one to three business days.
Athletic Trainer Protocol (PDF) - This protocol form must be updated and reviewed at the athletic trainers renewal time and kept on file by the athletic trainer.It is recommended that the primary physician also retain a copy. Do not submit to the Board unless requested.
Physician Application Option 2 - Uniform Application (aka UA) This application is partially submitted online for the basic core of information that may be shared with other states accepting the UA. Minnesota has a specific addendum addressing our state requirements. The Uniform Application for Physician State Licensure (UA) allows for quick, easy and convenient single and multi-state licensure application. The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) began collecting a one-time $50 physician service charge from all applicants utilizing the benefits of the Uniform Application for Physician State Licensure (UA) on October 27, 2011. See http://www.fsmb.org/ua-faqs.html for details. If you have previously used the UA application, review all fields to ensure information is accurate and updated prior to submission.
Medical Faculty License Application Packet (PDF)PLEASE NOTE: This is a limited license option. A person issued a license under Minn. Stat. §147.0375 may only practice medicine within the clinical setting of the academic medical center where the licensee is an appointed faculty member or within a physician group practice affiliated with the academic medical center.
Dispensing Drugs for Profit (PDF) Statement must be filed if dispensing drugs for profit. This law refers only to drugs that are: 1) to be administered orally; 2) ordinarily dispensed by pharmacists; and 3) not vaccines.