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  • RAC Applications Still Being Accepted
    The Oregon Health Licensing Agency will continue to accept applications to serve on the Rules Advisory Committee until May 12, 2014.

    The Board will approve the membership of the Rules Advisory Committee on June 12, 2014 and the committee meeting will be held on July 31, 2014. 

    Announcement​
  • Expedited Licensing available for Military
     
    Temporary administrative rules were adopted to implement an expedited process for indivdiuals who have military training or experience for an authorization to practice a prfoession listed under ORS 676.583 or ORS 676.800.
     
    Rules were also adopted to implement an expedited process to obtain an authorization to practice for military spouses or domestic partners as required by 2013 House Bill 2027.
     
    Application for Authorization to Practice/Military Training or Experience Equivalency WORD | PDF
    Application for Authorization to Practice/Military Spouse or Domestic Partner WORD | PDF​
  • LDM Prohibited from Purchasing and Administering Antibiotic Prophylaxis for Group B Streptococcal Until Rules are Developed
    As of January 1, 2014, HB 2997 allows the Board of Direct Entry Midwifery to begin determining, by rule, if antibiotic prophylaxis for Group B Streptococcal is integral to providing safe care to the public. Until this can be determined and rules implemented, licensed direct entry midwives are prohibited from purchasing and administering antibiotic prophylaxis for Group B Streptococcal for maternal use, until further notice.​

OHLA Resources Current Topics

Online License Renewal

Renew computerIt's secure, speedy and saves you a stamp! OHLA's online renewal feature is part of our ongoing efforts to provide customer service excellence and a streamlined regulatory environment.

Consumers Find Help at OHLA 

Consumer HelpIf you can't resolve a problem or issue with a practitioner of one of the health and related professions OHLA regulates, we can help. 

Check a License Holders Status

Oregon License
Check our online database or to see if a professional is licensed or has been subject to disciplinary action (license suspension, probation or revocation).

News You Can Use

Central issues
Learn about openings on OHLA's volunteer citizen boards and access agency publications and OHLA's online newsletter, Licensing Line.
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Search Statewide Licensing Database

Find information and requirements for all Oregon licenses, certifications, permits and registrations in a single source, including those not overseen by the Oregon Health Licensing Agency.

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Board Recruitment

 
Are you interested in serving as a volunteer citizen board member? OHLA-regulated boards seek new members as current board member terms expire. 
 

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Professions
Stay updated on developments of the Oregon Health Licensing Agency (OHLA) and regulated professions by signing up to receive updates on licensing and regulatory issues, including meeting notices. 

Catch the Latest Regulatory News in Licensing Line 

Licensing Line
Access the latest issue of OHLA's newsletter, Licensing Line, featuring news of the agency and regulated professions. Licensing Line covers the diverse issues OHLA addresses in collaboration with multiple volunteer citizen boards. You can also sign up to be a Licensing Line subscriber.​

Flu Facts: Get Informed, Stay​ Healthy 

Flu
Protect yourself, your family and your co-workers by getting vaccinated and staying informed. The fewer of us who get sick from either seasonal influenza or pandemic H1N1 influenza, the more we can reduce the impact in our schools and workplaces. Visit the state's flu website or call the state hotline at 1-800-978-3040.

Licensees of Four OHLA Boards​ Must Report Prohibited Conduct 

Report
As the result of the passage of House Bill 2059 in the 2009 session of the Oregon State Legislature, licensees of certa​in state licensing boards and four boards overseen by the Oregon Health Licensing Agency (OHLA) must report unprofessional or prohibited conduct of other licensees.