MedLicense.com - Connecticut Medical License Service

Connecticut's process is an efficient processes in the USA. The Staff is extremely helpful and tends to not take an adversarial role with the Physician applicants. They experience very little certification loss in their mail room. Physicians who have negative issues are given a fair review and hearing of the facts. The licensing times experienced with Connecticut vary between 60 to 90 days depending on whether a Physician is a Domestic or Foreign Med School Graduate. The biggest issue with the Connecticut Physician Board is the availability of an licensure analaysts. In order to determine what is missing from a physicians application we have to be able to periodically contact the Board to determine what is still needed. The Connecticut Med Board typically is slow to respond to emails, most calls go to voice mail, and call backs are infrequent. Most of our time with the State is involved in getting them on the line to obtain updates. Outside of this, they has a very streamlined process.

MedLicense.com is experiencing licensure times of 1 1/2 to 3 months for Connecticut for most Physicians.

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License Requirements for the Connecticut Med License:



-Med School Transcripts
-Med School Form (if IMG)
-All USA/Canadian PGT's
-All past/present Licenses
-All Exams
-ECFMG (if IMG)

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Connecticut Medical Board Training Exam Requirements

  • Examinations  75% +
  • No attempt limits- USMLE Step 3
  • 7 year limit- USMLE
  • 2 years PGY for USA Grads
  • 2 years PGY for Non-USA Grads
  • State Exam Accepted if Pre-1975
  • No SPEX Exam Requirement

Connecticut Medical Board Contact Information

Connecticut Medical License

P.O. Box 340308

Hartford, CT 06134

Phone (860) 509-8374

Fax(860) 509-7553

www.dph.state.ct.us

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Additional Connecticut Medical License Service Information:

The process with the is streamlined and efficient. MedLicense.com is hitting our time estimates consistently with our Connecticut Medical License Service. Physicians with negative actions or issues are given a fair hearing and under most circumstances are issued as long as the issue is not a current issue or a hinderance to the practice of Medicine.

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