New Mexico Medical License
Address: 316 Osuna Rd NE,
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: (505) 828-0237
Things you need to know
- For Medical Doctors, there is a $400 fee payable to the New Mexico Board of Medical Examiners, which is submitted with your application.
- For Osteopathic Doctors, there is a $400 fee payable to the New Mexico Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, which is submitted with your application.
- Initial licenses from NM medical board are valid for a period of not more than 13 months or less than 1 month.
- New Mexico does not offer medical license reciprocity.
- United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE): Steps 1-3.
- Federation Licensing Examination (FLEX): Components 1-2.
- National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME): Parts 1-3.
- State Board Exams: If taken and completed before the end of 1973.
- Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE).
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The indigenous population of this picturesque, Indian-Latin American state – New Mexico call their land “enchanting”, describing the unique natural landscapes and ancient secrets of the Pueblo people who lived in New Mexico in the 12th century. Currently, New Mexico is the most important center of American Indian culture, with about 50 ethnic groups of the indigenous population preserved here (the most numerous is the Navajo people).
The state capital, Santa Fe, is rich in historical sights, like other major cities – Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Roswell, Farmington, Rio Rancho, Alamogordo.
New Mexico is located in the western United States and occupies a vast mountain-sandy area of 315,194 sq. km. Fascinating Land has borders with the states of Colorado in the north, Oklahoma in the northeast, Texas in the east, Arizona in the west, and Mexico – along the Rio Grande in the south. The state also has an unusual geographical feature: at the point with the self-explanatory name “Four Corners”, where the western border of the state flows into the southern one, the borders of four states intersect at an angle of 90 degrees (New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah ).