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California Medical License

California Medical Board and Osteopathic Medical Board will no longer accept paper-based application forms. Applications should be submitted electronically through BreEZe.

If you do not yet have a Social Security number, email the webmaster at to request the PTL paper application.  You will need to indicate in your email that you do NOT have a US Social Security Number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) and will need the paper application mailed to you.   

Apply at least 6 months in advance for your medical license.

Non-ACGME programs MUST HAVE their medical license on their start date.

New hires enrolled in ACGME programs must obtain their medical license within 180 days of enrollment.

*All clinical activities must cease if medical license is not issued within the period of grace.

Postgraduate Training License (PTL)

To be eligible for a PTL, you must have:

  • Graduated from board-approved medical school
  • Passed USMLE Steps 1 & 2CK or part 1 of LMCC/Canadian exams
  • If graduated from an international medical school (other than Canada) must have a valid ECFMG certificate

Please download the PTL checklist to assist with application process.

Physician’s and Surgeon’s License (P&S)

To be eligible for a P&S, you must have:

Please download the P&S checklist to assist with application process.


Reporting Misdemeanors and Felonies to Licensing Board

The reporting requirement is pursuant to Business and Professions Code (B&P) Section 802.1 which states:

802.1. (a) (1) A physician and surgeon, osteopathic physician and surgeon, and a doctor of podiatric medicineshall report either of the following to the entity that issued his or her license: (A) The bringing of an indictment or information charging a felony against the licensee. (B) The conviction of the licensee, including any verdict of guilty, or plea of guilty or no contest, of any felony or misdemeanor. (2) The report required by this subdivision shall be made in writing within 30 days of the date of the bringing of the indictment or information or of the conviction. (b) Failure to make a report required by this section shall be a public offense punishable by a fine not to exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000).

Please use the following reporting form from the Medical Board of California: