Connecticut Medical License

Connecticut Medical Examining Board


Contact information

410 Capitol Avenue, MS #13PHO
P. O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134-0308
Phone: 860-509-7603
Fax: 860-509-8457

Things you need to know

  • Application process: 8-10 weeks
  • Board Meetings: N/A. Once the file is complete and sent to Supervisor Review for approval, Connecticut medical license will be issued within 10 days
  • Expiration: Applications expire after 1 year from the date it is received by the Board
  • Interview: N/A

Connecticut medical licensure requirements

  • SPEX/COMVEX Requirement: May be ordered by Connecticut medical board to assess current competence.
  • USMLE Time Limit: No time limit
  • USMLE Attempt Limit: No attempt limit for Steps I – III.
  • PGT (US/Canada Medical Graduate): 2 years
  • PGT (International Medical Graduate): 2 years

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State description

The state of Connecticut (14.3 thousand square kilometers) is located in the northeastern United States, along the shore of Long Island Sound. Its capital is Hartford, one of the major cities is Bridgeport. Connecticut is the 48th state in the country. The origin of its name is associated with the expression, which is translated from the Algonquian language as “on a long river, subject to tides”.

The first settlers of this area were the Dutch, who founded the settlement that later became the city of Hartford. Until 1667, the territory of the present state belonged to the New Netherlands. After a short period, it became the property of the British Empire. The future colony of Connecticut was founded in 1636 by Thomas Hooker, a native of England. Connecticut was the first of the 13 states to openly declare itself free from English rule. Since the state has a significant coastline, navigation has become traditional for the local places that are located in the temperate climate zone.

The lands of Connecticut are bordered on the west by the territory of the state of New York, on the north by the state of Massachusetts, on the south by the waters of the Long Island Sound, on the east by the state of Rhode Island. Major cities are Metropolitan city-Hartford, Bridgeport, Stamford, Waterbury, New Haven. There are 169 cities and various settlements in the state. Its lands are divided into eight regions. Most of the territory is covered with forests. The highest point is Mount Frissell, which is located on the northwestern border of Connecticut. In the southern areas, there are swampy places and sandy beaches. The western part has mountainous terrain. The Connecticut River flows through the central part of the state and empties into Long Island Sound.

In the south-west of the Gold Coast of the state, there are expensive mansions of rich people, in the north-western hills there are horse farms, in the north there are many small rural settlements, in the south there are industrial cities. In the central part of every major city there is a well-groomed park, the so-called “green zone”, next to which there are architectural and historical buildings of the past centuries. This area is the most visited by tourists. In the north-east of the state, they are mainly engaged in agriculture. In contrast, the south-western territory is occupied by large cities.