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New rules reflect changes in law regarding credentials for licensure. Public comment invited.
Are you interested in getting involved with state service but unsure where to begin? Consider serving on one of Health Licensing Office's regulatory boards. You don't have to be a member of one of the regulated professions to serve. In fact, many of the openings are for public members. A public member is typically someone who represents a consumer's point of view (and has no conflicts of interest in the board's business). Serving on a volunteer citizen board is a great way to dip a toe into the waters of state service. Board members participate in the rulemaking process, helping enact the laws adopted by the legislature and getting a better sense of how government works on the state level. (Click headline to learn more)
The Health Licensing Office has moved to a new location in Salem: 1430 Tandem Ave., Suite 180, Salem, OR 97301. Please do not go to the Veterans Building looking for us. We're in our own space, with plenty of free parking, off Cherry Avenue now.
Update: Google Maps now recognizes our new location.
Please be aware, HLO will be closed to the public on the following dates for holidays and our office relocation: Monday, Jan. 16, 2017 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day; Feb. 10-13 for our move to a new location in Salem; Monday, February 20, 2017, for Presidents Day. Please consult our website at www.oregon.gov/oha/ph/hlo/ or our Facebook pages at www.facebook.com/OregonHLO or www.facebook.com/OregonCosmetology before driving to our office for exams or other tasks in February and March in case the move date changes.
Mark your calendar: The Health Licensing Office will be closed the following days due to state holidays: Friday, Nov. 11 for Veterans Day; Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25 for Thanksgiving; and Monday, Dec. 26 for Christmas.
During the 2015 Legislative session, Senate Bill 230 was enacted, adding respiratory therapists and polysomnographic technologists to the list of health care professionals who must provide certain demographic and practice information prescribed by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to renew their license. This information is collected through an online survey that is sent directly to OHA. Currently other health care professionals, including licensed dietitians, who are required to provide this information pay a $2 fee annually, which is collected at the time of renewal. The most recent surveys can be found here: Respiratory Therapist survey and Polysomnographic Technologist survey.
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