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Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine...
      To protect the health, safety and welfare of the public in the matters of care provided by Naturopathic physicians in Oregon.
Mission Statement
      The mission of the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine is to protect the public by improving upon standards of care offered by licensed practitioners through ensuring competency in education, and enhancing communication with the profession and the public.

2015 Annual Performance Measure

2013-2014 Annual Performance Measures

Annual Performance Measure 2006-2007
     The State Board of Naturopathic Medicine, established by the 1927 Legislature, is empowered to protect the public by licensing and regulating naturopathic physicians in Oregon.
      The Board of Naturopathic Medicine consists of seven members appointed by the governor for three-year terms. Membership consists of five licensed Naturopathic physicians and two public members. Each member serves a three year term and is eligible for reappointment. 


      The Board is authorized by law to examine, register and license naturopathic physicians. The board enforces compliance with the naturopathic statute through administrative procedures, continuing education, discipline of licensees, and court actions. The board also certifies doctors qualified to practice natural childbirth.