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Arizona Medical Board
Arizona Medical Board
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Arizona Medical Board

Mission: To protect public safety through the judicious licensing, regulation and education of all allopathic physicians.

Greater Arizona Central Credentialing (GACCP) performing Licensing Look Back for the AZ Medical Board. Click here to read more. Any questions should be addressed to


At its October 8 meeting, the Arizona Medical Board reviewed the status of the licensure issue and directed staff to issue licenses to initial applicants meeting all the requirements for licensure. In order to grant the licenses, the Board directed staff to obtain an Attestation and Consent from current applicants which was emailed to applicants this week, and is now available on the Board's website. Once the attestation is received the Board will conduct a public records criminal background check, and proceed with the appropriate licensure outcome based on the results of the check.


The original Attestation and Consent form must be returned to the Board in order to be valid. Click here for the Attestation and Consent.

The following list is updated weekly and includes licensees who have completed the renewal requirements and who can continue practicing past their expiration date
License Renewals – Stayed Expiration Dates

Disclosure Statement of Locations where all Notices of the Meetings of the Board will be posted.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Arizona Medical Board will be Wednesday, February 04, 2015 in the Board’s meeting room at 9535 East Doubletree Ranch Road in Scottsdale. The Board will convene at 8:00 a.m.

The agenda for each meeting is posted on this web site. To view an agenda or previous meeting minutes, click on Consumer Center/Media Center on the left side of the page and then click on "Agenda & Minutes". Draft minutes are posted several days after each meeting to the same location. The Board audio/video records its meetings. View live and archived meetings by clicking here. A copy of a Board meeting recording can be obtained through a public records request.

Notice Regarding Physician Profiles

Effective the week of August 12, 2013, the Arizona Medical Board will remove information regarding Board Certification from its physician website profiles. Each physician profile will continue to include a link to the American Board of Medical Specialties website at:

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