Licensee Information Search Tips
Note: When searching for a licensee on our website, it is not necessary to fill in all fields. Providing the last and first name only may yield better results. Please read below for more help in using the Licensee Search function on our website.
The search fields are not case sensitive. You can use capital or lowercase letters and receive the same results.
City or County
If you are looking for a practitioner in a specific city or county, type in the name of the city or county.
Enter the licensee’s last name and, if known, first name.
The fewer search parameters entered the more results you will receive. You can search by Name, City, County, State, Area of Practice, License Number, License Type or License Status.
Results - too many
If your search results in too many names, try entering more letters of the last name or try entering more criteria such as county or city.
Selecting/Deselecting options within fields
You can select and deselect multiple options within the “County”, “License Type”, or “Area of Practice” fields. To do that, simply hold down the Ctrl button on your keyboard and click on the desired items using your touch pad or mouse as needed. To clear them, hold down your Ctrl button and click the option(s) you’d like to remove.
If you are searching for a licensee who practices in a specific field, use ‘Area of Practice’ to find a licensee with that medical specialty.
If you are not sure how to spell a name, type the first few letters. You will get the names of all licensees whose names begin with those letters. Example: for “Johnsen” or “Johnson” you would type “Joh”.