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New Licenses & Renewals in Orange County

Helping to Ensure Your Practice Is Always Up-to-Date in Orange County

the Medical Board of California, the Dental Board of California, the California Board of Registered Nursing, and other regulatory bodies in under the umbrella of the Department of Consumer Affairs, requires that all medical professionals carry up-to-date licenses to be able to treat patients, dispense medicine, and offer medical advice.

New Licenses in California

New licenses require a number of documents, personal information, applications, and verifications. Certain professions also require background checks, including fingerprinting, and mandatory reporting.

If you would like to practice in the State of California, it is important that you speak with an Orange County professional license defense lawyer at Alan Castillo – Attorney at Law. I have over 25 years of experience guiding new doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, and other medical professionals through the entire licensing procedure and can put my knowledge to work for you, making sure that your paperwork is filed in time and without mistakes.

Renewing Your Licenses in California

In California, professional licenses must be kept up to date to ensure that your patients are receiving the most current standards of professional care. Each specialty has its own requirements, fees, and penalties

Medical licenses must be renewed after every two years with at least 50 hours of continuing medical education (CME). Nursing licenses must be renewed after two birthdays, after completing 30 hours of continuing education. The DBC requires that dental licenses must be renewed every two years. Dentist must have completed at least 50 hours of continuing education, including specialized education in infection, California law, and life support.

  • Possible restrictions to your renewal include:
  • Disciplinary actions taken against you
  • Failure to pay your taxes
  • Failure to pay spousal or child support
  • Failure to meet your CME requirements

Renewal fees are based on mandatory requirements and any penalties for delinquency or expiration penalties. There are also exemptions based on military, retired, or disabled status. I can help you figure out what you owe and file your renewal correctly and on time.

Contact my firm online or call me at 949.234.6525 to schedule your free initial consultation today.