Effective March 17, 2020, NCMB is operating but its Raleigh offices are closed to visitors. Read More
To protect against the spread of COVID-19, NCMB has closed its offices at 1203 Front Street in Raleigh to all visitors. NCMB will continue to accept deliveries in the vestibule at the front entrance and through the mail slots.
NOTE: Most NCMB staff are telecommuting. This has disrupted normal business processes, and delays are expected. Please be patient with us during these unprecedented times.
Resident Training License Renewal
Residents must renew their training licenses annually prior to their birthday. Residents may renew up to 45 days before their birthday.
Late renewal may cause the resident’s training license to lapse.
You should check the renewal policy of your individual institution which may be different from the NC Medical Board’s renewal policy.
If you are in the process of applying for a full license, you should renew your training license, at a lesser fee, to avoid having to renew a full license. Renewal of your training license will carry over to the full license once the full license has been approved.
Residents renew online through the Board’s website. Residents are notified by their Graduate Medical Education (GME) office prior to their renewal date. If you do not know your File ID# you may recover it by clicking the button at right. After logging in to the renewal system, residents will be prompted to answer a series of questions. The renewal process typically takes 10-15 minutes and residents pay their renewal fee by MasterCard/VISA.
The annual renewal fee for a resident training license is $125. Residents may renew up to 45 days before their birthday. Residents who fail to renew by their birthday must pay a $50 late fee in addition to the renewal fee. Late renewal may cause the resident training license to lapse.
You should check the renewal policy of you individual institution which may be different from the NC Medical Board’s renewal policy.
A licensee currently enrolled in an AOA or Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited graduate medical education program is exempt from the CME requirements.