Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
On February 27, 2015, Governor Matthew Mead signed HB0107, making Wyoming the first state in the nation to sign legislation for the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact, also referred to as IMLC.
WHAT IS THE IMLC?
The IMLC, or Interstate Medical Licensure Compact, is a pathway to expedite licensing for physicians seeking to practice medicine in multiple states.
A look at the current progress of the IMLC across the U.S.
HOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE IMLC?
To find more details about the IMLC, visit:
Here, you will be able to gain an in-depth view of the IMLC as well as the answers to some common questions about the IMLC and how it will work.
You can also obtain more information by contacting the Board office at
(307) 778-7053 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
*You cannot reactivate a lapsed Wyoming medical license through the IMLC, you must follow the Board's reactivation application process.
The IMLC is governed by a Commission composed of two commissioners from each state that participates in the Compact, called the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Committee (IMLCC). To find more information about the IMLCC meetings, please see the next section of this page. Wyoming's commissioners are:
Physician Board of Medicine Member
Kevin Bohnenblust, JD
Executive Director of the Board of Medicine
INTERSTATE MEDICAL LICENSURE COMPACT
-- Notice of future meetings of the Commission and it's Executive Committee will be noted on this page --