Permanent DO & DO Temporary Educational Permit Licenses

Permanent DO & DO Temporary Educational Permit Licenses

Please Note:  Maine's COVID-19 State of Emergency ended on June 30, 2021

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Temporary Educational Permit Applicants: Scroll to the lower portion of this page.

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Applicants for Permanent Physician Licensure:

IMPORTANT:  Effective FEBRUARY 1, 2022, the Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure will require that those applying for permanent licensure utilize the FSMB's Federation Credentials Verification Service.

To apply:  Click on the 'Apply for licensure in one or more states' link below and follow the instructions to apply through the Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure.   Please be sure to thoroughly review the UA instructions and checklist.

Check your application status online (effective JUL 2021):  Applicants for Permanent Licensure can now check their status online by going to the Board's website (www.maine.gov/osteo), clicking on the 'Online Services' link then 'Online Options' and follow the log in instructions.

Note:  In 2018, the Board ended its requirement that an applicant have verification of other state licenses submitted on their behalf when applying for a Maine osteopathic license. License verification is now handled by Board staff with one exception: In cases where an applicant was the subject of a Board action, he or she must provide all information related to that action. 

The fee for a permanent license application is $350 (a minimal fee will be charged by the processing company inforME).  Checks are accepted but online payment at the time of Addendum completion is preferred; 

Applicants must use the Affidavit & Reference forms for this Board (reference letters are not accepted). 

IMPORTANT: We do not accept e-notarized documents. Applicants must be in the direct presence of the notary. 

These forms are part of the Uniform Application instructions but are provided here in case needed again. 

DO Board Affidavit.pdf    DO Board Reference Form.pdf   

Please be sure to thoroughly review the Uniform Application instructions and checklist.  The Board's policies regarding license applications are as follows: Application Policies.pdf

The online addendum must be completed; paper addendums are no longer accepted. 

To view PDF or Word documents, you will need the free document readers.

Please direct questions to the Board of Osteopathic Licensure via e-mail at osteo.pfr@maine.gov

Sincerely,

Susan E. Strout
Executive Secretary

 2022/2023: Interns/Residents/Fellows applying for Temporary Educational Permits:  

Click the link in the box above ('Apply for licensure in one or more states') to complete and submit your Uniform Application. Please be sure to check off for it to be sent to the Maine Board of Osteopathic Licensure. The FSMB charges a $60 fee to submit the application. Once you have completed and submitted the online application, please complete the DO Board Affidavit.pdf and submit it to either the Board office or your Program Coordinator (check with them for their preference).  The day following submission of your UA, you will receive an e-mail from noreply@maine.gov which will contain a link for you to complete your online UA Addendum; please complete this as soon as possible, following all instructions. 

Because we are asked often, please check with your Program Coordinator to determine whether or not your Program will reimburse you the $60 online application fee. 

Affidavits must be complete and notarized as instructed.    

Please send an e-mail to osteo.pfr@maine.gov with any questions you may have.  Thank you