Mission: To protect public safety through the judicious licensing, regulation and education of physician assistants.
On February 26, 2015, the Executive Director Committee met and appointed Patricia E. McSorley to serve as Executive Director of the Arizona Medical Board and the Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants.
Physician Assistants Renewal Information
All currently licensed physician assistants are due to renew by June 1, 2015. If the license is not renewed by June 30th,
a late fee of $100 will be assessed bringing the total cost of a late renewal to $285.00. The license will be expired if the
physician assistant does not submit a renewal application on or before October 1 ,2015.
Renewals will be processed within a week of receipt by the board. All renewing physician assistants should check their mailing and email addresses for any deficiency notice sent by the board to obtain additional documentation not submitted with the renewal application. The license will not be renewed until the requested deficiency item is received by the board. Beginning one week after the submission of the renewal application, it is suggested that the renewing physician assistant check their profile page to confirm a new expiration date.
Online renewal is accessible beginning March 15, 2015
Click here to read more information if you are renewing your PA license.
Things to keep in mind prior to March 15, 2015 . . .
✔ Verify your contact information by logging in through the Online Change of Address
✔ Upon renewing online, be prepared to enter proof of 20 hours CME
✔ A $100 late fee will be assessed if you DO NOT renew by June 30th
The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants will be on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 in the Board's meeting room at 9535 East Doubletree Ranch Road in Scottsdale. The Board will convene at 1:00p.m.
The agenda for the meeting will be available on this Web site a week or so before the meeting. The Board begins each of its quarterly meetings with “Call to the Public”, an opportunity for members of the public to speak to the Board for up to five minutes on a pertinent topic. The Board audio/video records its meetings. View live and archived meetings by clicking here. A copy of a Board meeting recording can be obtained through a public records request.
Renew your Arizona license on-line. Click here
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