New Telehealth Information. Phone: 303-894-7855 or 1-800-886-7675 (Toll Free outside the Denver metro area) Email: [email protected] Payment Options: Only the Lakewood Office can accept CASH payments, which must be made in exact change; All MED Offices can now accept credit card payments - users will be charged a service fee of $.75 + 2.25% of the amount charged to the card Division of Professions and Occupations August 28, 2020: SB20-212 was passed by the Colorado Legislature and signed into law by Governor Polis in July 2020. Phone: 303-894-7855 or 1-800-886-7675 (Toll Free outside the Denver metro area) Email: [email protected] Emergency Licensing Measures for Healthcare Professionals August 4, 2020: See Executive Order D 2020 152 extending these emegency measures. Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Colorado: State & National Resources, Healthcare Professions Profile Program (HPPP), Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), Division of Professions and Occupations Home, September 29, 2020: Stakeholder Meeting Recording, Notice and emergency rules that were adopted, June 11, 2020, Medical Board Emergency Meeting Minutes, May 21, 2020, Medical Board Meeting Minutes, February 20, 2020, Medical Board Meeting Minutes, September 16, 2020, Medical Board Licensing Panel Meeting Minutes, August 19, 2020, Medical Board Licensing Panel Meeting Minutes, July 17, 2020, Medical Board Licensing Panel Emergency Meeting Minutes, Friday, December 18, 2020, at 11:00 A.M. (MDT). The license/registration renewal period opens about 4 weeks before the expiration date. ... you will receive an email with directions to log into your account. DORA's Division of Professions and Occupations licenses over 50 professions, occupations and businesses in Colorado. All Division of Professions and Occupations (DPO) Offices at 1560 Broadway, Denver CO are closed to the public indefinitely effective 2pm on March 23rd, 2020. This virtual Rulemaking Hearing is for the Board to consider adopting new Rule 160, to implement Colorado Senate Bill 19-079 (Requiring Practitioners to Prescribe Controlled Substances Electronically); and Rule 170, to implement Colorado Senate Bill 20-102 (Requiring Providers to provide Disclosure of Sexual Misconduct to Patients prior to Treatment). V20140601_Release.1.20739, Download a List of Licensee/Discipline Information. Amanda Mixon, P.A.-C, Vice President, Panel A ChairProfessional Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2024, Lesley C. Brooks, M.D.Professional Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2023, Omid Jazaeri, M.D.Lesley C. Brooks, M.D.Professional Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2021, Robert Moghim, M.D.Professional Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2021, Saughar Samali, D.O.Professional Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2024, C. Lamont Smith, Esq.Public Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2022, Ty T. Higuchi, Ph.D., M.D., Panel B ChairProfessional Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2022, Amy E. ColenPublic Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2023, Roland Flores, Jr., M.D.Professional Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2023, Keith O. MarksPublic Member | Term Expires: May 3, 2022, Kian A. Modanlou, M.D. Forgot Password? This is a Government computer system and is intended for official and other authorized use only. Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Additionally… [collapsed title=Hazmat Endorsement Information ] Prior to applying for or renewing a CDL license with a hazardous material endorsement, applicants must complete a background check application on-line or by phone. The Colorado Medical Board (Board) held a VIRTUAL Stakeholder Meeting for the Board to receive feedback on the adoption of Rule 145 (Emergency Rules and Regulations Regarding Temporary Licensure) as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Governor’s Executive Order D 2020 038. Contact Information. COVID-19 Actions Guidance for Prescribing and Dispensing of COVID-19 Related Drugs: The Indiana Board of Pharmacy and Medical Licensing Board have issued a joint statement providing guidance to healthcare professionals relating to prescribing and dispensing of hydroxychloroquine, chloroquine, and azithromycin. Search for a MED License: Welcome to the MED public lookup. You must LOG-IN to your current account. Log into your account by entering your username and password. The CMB investigates the unlicensed practice of medicine, however, it does not have authority to arbitrate or adjudicate fee disputes. Our Colorado medical licensing service facilitates the entire medical licensure process from start to finish, including but not limited to the following: If you have questions about your license, please contact the Division of Professions and Occupations at: [email protected] Colorado Crisis Services: 1-844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255 If you are using a screen reader and having difficulty please contact the webmaster. The Colorado Medical Board (CMB) was instituted as part of the Medical Practice Act for the purpose of regulating and controlling the practice of healing arts, which include establishing and enforcing the licensing standards for Medical Doctors (M.D.s), Doctors of Osteopathy (D.O.s), Physician Assistants (P.A.s), and Anesthesiology Assistants (A.A.s).