If your board is under the umbrella of the Health Licensing Office, you can save time by renewing your authorization to practice (license, certification or registration) online at your convenience. The license renewal app works best with Internet Explorer. Other web browsers may have mixed results; Google Chrome and most mobile devices are not supported.
Who can't renew online
You cannot renew online:
- If you have current or unresolved disciplinary action(s) against you
- If you are attempting to renew more than 45 days before the expiration date for your authorization-to-practice
- If you are attempting to renew late (past your authorization-to-practice expiration date)
- For Cosmetology Practitioners: Late Renewal Form
Who can't renew immediately
Licensees of the Board of Direct Entry Midwifery must submit documentation and receive approval as part of the authorization-to-practice renewal process prior to renewing online. Contact HLO customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-378-8667 for more information.
Need to take a survey?
Licensed Dietitians, Respiratory Therapists and Polysomnographic Technologists are required to take and attest to having taken the Oregon Health Authority's Health Care Workforce Survey online at the time of their renewals. This survey must be taken within 45 days prior to their license expiration date. The license renewal process is not complete if the survey has not been taken. The current surveys can be found here:
All you need to start is your license, certification or registration information, as well as your credit card number and expiration date. After you click the RENEW NOW link, you will be guided through the online renewal process. After you have completed your renewal, you will be provided with a confirmation page. Please print the confirmation page as your receipt, which will provide verification of your authorization for 30 days from the renewal date. If you do not receive your permanent authorization to practice by postal mail after 20 days, contact the Health Licensing Office.
If you do not receive your authorization to practice within the 30-day period and the Health Licensing Office has on record that the license was mailed to you, you must submit a written request for a replacement license and pay a $25 fee under Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 331-030-0020(6).
Help with online renewals
For assistance, contact a Customer Support Representative at 503-378-8667 or email@example.com.