With the implementation of the new Mississippi Enforcement and Licensure System (MELS), all licensees are now eligible to renew on-line.
You are not eligible to renew on-line. However, you may be eligible for a reinstatement. You may contact the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure or visit the Board's web site for additional information.
No, you must contact the Mississippi Board of Medical Licensure office for further information.
Yes, any physician with a current medical license must have documentation of completing the CME requirement.
There is no reduction in license application fees, however the annual renewal fee is waived once you have reached 70 years of age.
Yes, you are able to print you wallet card from the MELS Gateway at any time. The dates on the wallet card are updated upon each annual renewal.
Your nurse practitioner should be able to provide it to you.
Primary practice location is the physical location where you practice the majority of the time. Mailing address can be a post office box or street address. The mailing address is where the Board will mail any correspondence. Additional practice location is a practice location other than your primary practice location. It may be a hospital or a clinic in another state. Your primary practice may be in another state and your additional practice location may be in Mississippi.
A Fee Schedule for application, renewal, and other fees may be found on the Online Services page under Key Links, and also on the Additional Information page under the Licensing dropdown menu.
All license types, with the exception of Limited Institutional and Limited X-Ray, expire on June 30 of each year. Renewals are accepted between May 1 and June 30 each year. Limited Institutional licenses expire on September 30 of each year. Limited X-Ray licenses expire 2 years after issuance, and on each subsequent 2-year anniversary of license issue.
The length of the application process varies according to license type and the individual circumstances of the applicant. However, once the application is complete and all information has been submitted to the Board, a license can typically be issued within 2 to 4 weeks.
Making payments online is actually safer and more dependable than paying by mail. This system uses cutting-edge encryption technology to ensure that only those approved by you can have access to your confidential information.
Payments must be made by either Visa/MasterCard credit or debit cards, Discover/American Express credit cards, or electronic check for online payments.
Your e-mail address will be used to: send you a final confirmation of your payment; notify you of problems processing your payment; or notify you of other Board of Medical Licensure's services that may be of interest to you.
After completing the payment process, a confirmation page with a corresponding confirmation number will be displayed. You are encouraged to print this page for your records. Additionally, we will send you the same information by e-mail within one hour of your transaction.
Your personal confirmation number is very important. The confirmation number is used to track the process of your online payment. After making a payment with the Board of Medical Licensure online payment system, your confirmation number will appear on the confirmation page. You will also receive a receipt by e-mail within an hour after making a payment. For your records, we suggest you print the confirmation page and the e-mail receipt containing the confirmation number.