The Interstate Medical Licensure Compact

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Your ability to quickly make changes in your physician career just got a lot easier with the introduction of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.  

This new physician compact makes the licensing process, which previously took as long as a year in certain states, much easier, giving physicians a way to quickly cross state lines and work in physician compact member states in as little as two weeks.

What states are part of the Interstate Medical Licensure Physician compact?

Currently, there are 17 states in the physician compact, but only 12 are offering expedited licensing for LOQ holders:  Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Alabama, New Hampshire, and West Virginia.

Our IMLC Recruiters are Standing by to Help

The recruiters at Locum Leaders are eager to help you get started on your IMLC license. Remember, the sooner you become licensed in one of the 12 states that are accepting applications, the sooner you can gain access to work in other states when they begin the application process. And, if you complete our short form today, we may be able to pay for your license. Get started now.

Learn More about the Physician Licensure Compact

Click on the image below to watch a video on the newly emerging compact.      

                                                        Interstate Medical Licensing Compact Article    

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