Puerto Rico Medical Board

Puerto Rico Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline
P.O. Box 13969
Rio Piedras, PR 00926
(787) 999-8989 Ext. 6592

-Application Fee: $750 General License
-Specialty Fee: $500 per Specialty

-Average Licensing Time w/MedLicense.com?
90 to 180 days

-1 year PGT
-USMLE - no attempt limit, 7 time limit

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Licensure Requirements (Endorsement or Examination - not Reciprocity) for the Puerto Rico Medical Board:
- Medical School Transcripts & Dean's Letter
- Medical School Form(s)
- All State Medical Licenses
- All Internships/Residency/Fellowships
- ECFMG CVS Report
- Fifth Pathway and ECFMG Exam Chart (if 5th Pathway)
- All State and National Exams (USMLE/FLEX/NBOME/NBME)
- Local Criminal BG Clearance
- Undergrad Transcripts
- 2 PR Licensed Physician References

Licensure Services

Puerto Rico Medical Board  Training & Exam Requirements

  • Examinations  75% +
  • No attempt limits for the USMLE
  • No year limit- USMLE
  • Step 3 has to be passed within 5 years of first attempt
  • 2 year PGY for USA Grads
  • 2 year PGY for International Grads
  • NO 10 year rule - SPEX NOT required
  • State Exam Accepted if Pre-1975

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Additional Puerto Rico Medical Board Licensing Information:

Puerto Rico is the only State with true Reciprocity. Puerto Rico fully extends this to Physician's Licensed in Canada. If Licensed for 10 years or more in one of the 50 States or Canadian Territories, then Reciprocity is extended. The Physician only has to verify past and current licensure history. Puerto Rico does not accept the Puerto Rico Medical License under its' Reciprocal Licensing Statutes. If the physician qualifies for a Reciprocal License, then the following verifications and requirements are waived:

  • USA/Canadian PGT Training
  • Medical School
  • All Examinations

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