Idaho Medical License
1755 Westgate Dr., Ste. 140
Boise, ID 83704
Telephone: (208) 327-7000
Fax: (208) 327-7005
Things you need to know
- Application Fee: $500
- Background Check Fee : N/A. Fingerprinting required
- License Renewal: $250
- Application process: 8-12 weeks
- Board Meetings: The Idaho Medical Board meets on a quarterly basis. Once file is complete, there is a 45 day waiting period before a license can be issued. If applicant has no malpractice (or one minor case), license may be issued without having to go to the Board meeting
- Expiration: Applications expire after 1 year from the date it is received by the Board
- Interview: Not required. The Board may require the applicant to attend a personal interview when, for instance, 1) the applicant has committed any acts constituting grounds for denial of license 2) the Board is in receipt of information requiring additional information or explanation from the applicant and 3) the applicant’s application is incomplete or requires further explanation.
Idaho Medical License requirements
- SPEX/COMVEX Requirement: May be ordered by the board to assess current competence
- USMLE Attempt Limit: Two attempts for Steps I – III. If Step III is not passed in a designated number of attempts, remedial training, interview or board evaluation may be required
- USMLE Time Limit: Must complete all three steps within seven years; within 10 years for MDs and PhDs
- PGT (US/Canada
- Medical Graduate): 1 year
- PGT (International Medical Graduate): 3 years
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Idaho is a U.S. state in the Pacific Northwest in the Mountain States group. As of 2010, Idaho had a population of over 1,500,000. Among other states, Idaho is the 14th largest by area and the 39th largest by population. The largest city in the state and its capital is Boise. It is home to the state’s main government offices, including the Idaho Legislature.
The main sectors of the state’s economy are agriculture, largely represented by potato cultivation, mining, and the science and technology sector. In the first half of the XIX century, furs were actively mined in this area.
Idaho is an area of amazing nature and sharp contrasts. Here, in a relatively small area, you can find extensive forests, many picturesque cliffs, ice-covered mountain peaks, colorful farmland and uninhabited desert areas.
The population of the state is small, there are almost no major cities and developed industry, which adds to the charm of its beautiful landscapes.
Resort areas are concentrated in the center of the state near the McColl Mountains, in the south-near Sun Valley, as well as in the south-eastern areas, where there are many lakes and hot springs.