Who May Practice Medicine as a Physician in Wyoming?
A physician who has graduated from an approved medical program, is at least 21 years of age, has successfully completed at least two years in an accredited postgraduate training program in the U.S. or Canada, and has passed a national licensing examination, is eligible to apply for a license to practice medicine in Wyoming.
Once the Board has determined eligibility, it will determine whether the applicant is qualified. Each applicant may also be required to complete, to the satisfaction of a majority of the board members, a personal interview consisting of an inquiry and response to medical knowledge, personal and professional history and plans for practicing in this state prior to being granted a license.
Application Forms and Instructions
Application for Practicing Medicine as a Physician in Wyoming
NEW! The Wyoming Board of Medicine is pleased to offer the new online application process for medical and osteopathic physicians called the Uniform Application for Physician State Licensure or UA. The UA will benefit physicians by reducing redundancy in filling out multiple applications when applying for licensure in multiple states, thus increasing portability. This new and exciting program is a major innovation in the medical licensing system.
In addition to the UA you must complete a Federation Credentials Verification Service (FCVS) profile with the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB).
Click on the "Start Here" link below to start your FCVS profile and/or your Uniform Application.