New Hampshire Medical License

New Hampshire Board of Medicine

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Contact information

Address: 7 Eagle Square
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-2152

Things you need to know

  • Exam fees: $790 for Step 1, $790 for Step 2 CK, about $1,375 for Step 2 CS. Fees to prepare credentials vary.
  • ECFMG has a Certification Verification Service that you will use to send proof of your Certification to both medical licensing authorities and hospitals where you apply for Residency. Fee: $35

License requirements

You are eligible to obtain a New Hampshire Physician License after completing two years of your Residency in any state (though Residencies are usually for at least three years), and passing the USMLE tests (Step 1, Step 2 CK, Step 2 CS and Step 3 exams.) You will apply for the Physician License with the New Hampshire State Board of Medicine (NHSBM).

  • Certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, or ECFMG.
  • A certification statement or certification identification form from your medical school.
  • Final medical school transcript, including any transfer courses.
  • Medical diploma.
  • USMLE Step 1
  • USMLE Step 2: this is a test taken in 2 parts, Clinical Knowledge and Clinical Skills

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State description

The state of New Hampshire is located in the Northeast of the United States and belongs to the states of New England. It was named after the county of Hampshire, located in the south of England. State territory – 24,217 square km (46th place in the USA). New Hampshire borders Canada to the north, Maine to the south and Vermont to the west. In the southeast, New Hampshire faces the Atlantic Ocean, and several small islands are located near the coast in the Gulf of Maine.

New Hampshire is called the “Granite State”, and there are many quarries from which this valuable building material is mined. Although the demand for natural stone has decreased due to the widespread use of concrete in construction, the extraction of granite (as well as crushed stone and sand) continues to play an important role in the state’s economy.