Board of Medical Practice Rules
Effective July 1, 2022, changes to the Board Rules incorporated laws made in three bills passed in 2020: Act 123 on physician assistant licensure and regulation; Act 126, which was a broad update to the Board of Medical Practice law; and Act 152, a law creating several new provisions applicable to many Vermont licensed professionals.
Highlights of Updates
In 2019, the Board Rules were revised to include a new definition of a "Board-approved medical school."
In 2017, the Board Rules were revised to include Continuing Medical Education Requirements for license renewal:
Please Note: The Board has modified the CME requirements for the 2022 renewal. Check the CME information specific to the 2022 renewal.
You may also find a summary of the 2017 changes as a helpful resource. If you have any questions regarding the applicability of the rules or if you would like a copy of previous versions of the Board Rules, please contact the Board.
Internal Guidelines for Investigative Procedures (07/30/2020)
Nondisciplinary Financial Penalty (12/07/2022)