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  • Authorization Through Military Training or Assignment
    Administrative rules were filed by the Oregon Health Licensing Agency and effective on April 3, 2014
    Certificate and Order for Filing Temporary Administrative Rules​
    Supplemental Application for Authorization to Practice through Military Training or Experience Equivalency WORD | PDF
    Supplemental Application for Authorization to Practice for Military Spouse or Domestic Partner WORD | PDF​
  • Written exams just got more convenient

    Written exams offered in more places, at more times

    After April 15, 2014, the Written International Licensing Exam will be administered on computerized touch screens at authorized testing locations throughout the state. Applicants no longer have to wait for quarterly dates to take the test.

    The Oregon Laws and Rules Exam will be administered at the Salem office on a walk-in basis. This exam also will be on a touch screen and results will be available the same day.

    More information

  • Specializing in the Fitting and Sale of Hearing Aids
    Hearing aid specialists recommend, select or adapt hearing aids and may alter, adjust or reconstruct hearing aid specifications for functionality, such as taking ear impressions for proper fit.
    A hearing aid is defined under Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) 694.015(3)​ as any prosthetic instrument or device designed for or represented as aiding, improving or correcting defective human hearing and any parts, attachments or accessories of such an instrument or device.
    Hearing aids are not, however, devices for treating or correcting hearing impairment that are surgically implanted, such as cochlear implants.
  • Let's Be Clear: Accuracy Is Key in Hearing Aid Advertising

    Hearing aid specialists should be careful to accurately represent the services they provide and the credentials they hold, whether it is online, in a printed phone directory or on a business card. Not complying with requirements concerning advertising is subject to a possible civil fine or other disciplinary action.

    Consumers may also find the article linked to below useful in clarifying the different types of hearing health professionals and how they may represent themselves.

    Advertising requirements and tips for staying in compliance

  • Hearing Aid Specialist Education, Training Requirements Increase

    Effective 8/17/2012, hearing aid specialists must obtain 520 hours of practical training and complete the Internal Hearing Society's Distance Learning Program for Professionals in Hearing Health Sciences.

    The new requirements more than double the number of practical training hours hearing aid specialists must take before being able to independently provide services to the public.

    More information

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Online License Renewal

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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. 

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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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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 

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.