Georgia Medical License
2 Peachtree Street, NW
ATLANTA, GA 30303-3465
Primary: (404) 656-3913
Fax: (404) 656-9723
Things you need to know
- Application Fee: $500
- Average Processing Time: 6-12 weeks
- Accepted Exams: USMLE, NBME, FLEX, SPEX, LMCC, NBOME, COMLEX, SBE but not Puerto Rico
Georgia medical license requirements
- US / Canada Graduate 1 year
- International Graduate 3 years;1 Year if graduated from med school before 7/85, or board-certified (case by case), or if medical school is listed on The Medical Board of California’s approved school list.
- USMLE Attempt Limit: No attempt limit on steps 1 and 2. Three attempts on step 3. Waiver possible.
- USMLE Time Limit: Must complete USMLE step 1, 2 and 3 within 7 years of passing the first step, 9 years for MD PhD. Waiver possible.
REQUIRED DIRECT SOURCE VERIFICATIONS
- Prior and Current License Verifications
- ECFMG Verification (IMGs)
- Clinical Rotations (IMGs)
- Exam Verifications
- Medical School Transcripts
- Postgraduate Verifications
- Three Reference Letters
- Passport-Style Photo for the application
- AMA Profile
- NPDB Report
- Personal Interview – If there are special circumstances or issues
REQUIRED COPIES (if applicable)
- Copy of Legal Name Change Documents
- REQUIRED = Current CV with month and year for all activities since graduation from medical school
- Copy of Initial Complaint and Final Order (or letter from lawyer if pending) for all malpractice cases ever named in.
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GA has several nicknames: peach state Empire state of the South, the peanut state, the state nut pecan. This traditionally agricultural state has had a great influence on the culture of the United States.
The ancient population of Georgia left behind artifacts of the mound builders ‘ culture and the Mississippian culture. In the 16th century, the Cherokee (to the north) and the Muskogee lived here. For Europeans, Georgia was discovered by the Spaniards (1512). Spanish settlement of San Miguel de Guldape (1526) is the first European colony in the United States. It lasted 2 months. At the end of the 17th century, English colonizers were sent here. The Colony of Georgia (named after King George II of England) was founded in 1732. Georgia was a loyalist stronghold in the Revolutionary War (1775-83) and a Confederate stronghold in the American Civil War.
In Georgia, Coca-Cola was invented (1886), and the novel “Gone with the Wind” (1936) was written. The administrative center of the state of Atlanta is the birthplace of CNN, Martin Luther King and the capital of the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Georgia’s attractions are diverse. These are museums (children’s, science, art, Civil War, Coca-Cola), the largest aquarium on Earth, the zoo, the botanical and Olympic Parks of Atlanta, the rocks of Stone Mountain with the bas-relief “Confederate Memorial”, the moon park “Six Flags”. The old gold mining town of Dolenga, Tibi Island with the Marine Science Center, Warm Springs are also popular. The Okefenokee Swamp and the Calloway Gardens in the mountains are among the natural attractions.
The state is located in a zone of oceanic subtropical climate with heavy precipitation. There are also minor tornadoes here. In Georgia, there are many rivers of average size: the Savannah, Altamaha, Chattahoochee.
In addition to agriculture, Georgia has developed light, chemical industries, mechanical engineering and electrical equipment production.