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Many health care providers need a license to practice. Learn about the regulations governing healthcare in Massachusetts.
Learn about licensing, nursing practice, resources for employers, and more.
Learn about licensing for pharmacists and pharmacies operating in the Commonwealth.
Find what you need to know about the licensure requirements for the practice of dentistry, dental hygiene, or dental assisting.
Check, apply for, or renew a Massachusetts Physician Assistant (PA) license.
Drugs and controlled substances can be misused, abused, stolen, or tampered with. Explore resources for prescription monitoring, reporting losses, codes of conduct, and more.
Apply for a provisional or full license, renew you license, or change your existing information.
Learn how to apply for, renew, verify, or change information on a perfusionist license.
Respiratory therapists provide services to consumers, under the direction of a licensed physician.
Apply for, renew, or check continuing education requirements for nursing home administrator licenses.
Check, or apply for, a Massachusetts Community Health Worker (CHW) certification.
We register those who manufacture, distribute, dispense, possess, prescribe, or administer controlled substances. In Massachusetts, "controlled substances" includes all prescription drug products.
This is a resource to help consumers find information about physicians licensed in Massachusetts.
Resources and documents to help physicians and acupuncturists manage their license
Find information on applying for, renewing, checking, and learning about a license in psychology.
Find information on applying for, renewing, checking, and learning about licenses for the Allied Health professions.
The Board of Registration of Social Work protects the public through regulation of the practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Find information on applying for, renewing, checking, and learning about a speech-language pathology or audiology license.
Learn about certification for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Personnel.
The Nurse Aide Registry Program reviews training and competency evaluation programs, oversees the Massachusetts state competency evaluation, and maintains a registry of nurse aides.
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