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Welcome to the Board of Osteopathic Licensure

****IMPORTANT NOTICE****

Prescription Monitoring Program Registration Notice:
As of January 1, 2014, Maine law requires 90 percent of Allopathic Physicians, Osteopathic Physicians, Dentists, Physician Assistants, Podiatrists, and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses who are licensed to prescribe scheduled medications must be registered with the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP). If less than 90 percent are registered, all licensed prescribers will be required to register by March 1, 2014. To register, please go to the Prescription Monitoring Program website. Download, complete and sign a registration form located within the yellow box. Mail the original form to the address located on the form. Please note there are two types of registration forms available, 1) Data Requester form for active prescriber’s with a DEA number and, 2) Sub-Account form for assistants/non-prescribing health professionals. More PMP information is available through the website. Any questions or inquiries should be directed to the PMP, please call 207-287-2595.

New to Online Services:
Please select the ‘Online Renewal’ link to the right to renew your Maine DO license (available 60 days prior to expiration). MasterCard and Visa are accepted. If you prefer, the option to print your completed application and submit it with a check or money order will be available. Note: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine license numbers have been converted from the old format of 1234 to the new format of DO1234.

Please select the ‘Online Address Change’ link to the right to change your contact information.



The Board of Osteopathic Licensure office is located at 161 Capitol Street, Augusta.

For phone, fax and e-mail please use the following information:
Telephone: 207-287-2480
Facsimile: 207-287-3015
TTY: Maine relay 711
E-Mail: osteo.pfr@maine.gov

For First Class Mail, please use the following address:
Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure
Attn: Susan E. Strout, Executive Secretary
142 State House Station
161 Capitol Street
Augusta, ME 04333-0142

For overnight deliveries requiring a street address, please use the following address:
Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure
Attn: Susan E. Strout, Executive Secretary
161 Capitol Street
Augusta, ME 04330-0142

The Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure is responsible for ensuring the health and safety of the public of this state. It is the responsibility of the Board to determine which applicants qualify to practice osteopathic medicine in the State of Maine by regulating the practice of its licensees.

On this site you will find:

  • information about applying for licensure;
  • rules and statutes governing the Board;
  • how to find an osteopathic physician;
  • how to file complaints;
  • disciplinary actions taken by the Board;
  • Board member names and meeting dates;
  • and links to other useful sites.

New Disability Placard Law

The Maine Legislature passed LD 456 (Public Law Chapter 117), “An Act Relating to Temporary Disability Parking Permits.” This new law establishes a 21-day temporary disability parking permit for use by individuals eligible for disability parking placards and plates pursuant to 29-A MRSA § 521. This 21-day permit will be issued directly to patients by those medical professionals authorized to certify disability parking applications and can be used when the patient is waiting to receive their permanent placard or plate from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

The temporary placards will be available at no fee on or before October 1, 2011.

If you are interested in providing these placards to eligible patients, or for more information, please contact the Bureau of Motor Vehicles at (207) 624-9193 or at their website.