Updating nys physician profile
Introduction | How to Renew Online | How to Request Inactive Status Online | Address and Name Changes | Questions & Answers Regarding Online Registration Renewal | Questions & Answers Regarding Photo IDs Welcome to the Office of the Professions' Online Registration Renewal service.
Complete information is available below for those who are unfamiliar with the process.
Upon licensure, you received a registration certificate valid for a period of three years (two years for physicians).
We will mail you an application to renew your registration to practice approximately four months before your registration expires.
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To renew online, you will need the PIN included in the registration renewal notice sent to you.
However, should you have technical problems, please email [email protected] call 518-474-3817 Ext. If you answered "No" to any of the questions, you must request a paper renewal application. Be sure to include your profession and license number. If you are completing the registration application online: Your New York State license is good for life, however, you MUST register with us periodically if you wish to practice your profession in New York State.For a listing of the categories of information available to you on this site, select About the Profile.Search Profile Now CONSUMERS ARE URGED TO READ THE DISCLAIMER NOTICE PRIOR TO SEARCHING THE DATABASE.BILL NUMBER: S4633 TITLE OF BILL : An act to amend the public health law, in relation to submission of information to the department of health for physician profiles PURPOSE : Makes updates to the physician profile to include provider plan network information and to help ensure greater compliance.SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS : Section one amends Public Health Law (PHL) § 2995-a(1)(q) to provide that health care plan information shall be included and updated by the Department of Health utilizing provider network participation information, or other reliable sources of information the Department receives from health plans.