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Certified Clinical Perfusionist License Renewal
Perfusionists are required to renew their licenses every two years prior to the license expiration date. Provisional Perfusionists are required to renew their license annually prior to the license expiration date. Failure to renew may result in the Perfusionists license being placed on inactive status. Perfusionists may not practice with an inactive license.
Perfusionists renew online through the Board’s website. Perfusionists and Provisional Perfusionists are mailed a renewal notice, as a courtesy, within two months of the renewal date. This notice includes a File ID#, which is required to access the online renewal form. If you lose your File ID# you may recover it by clicking the button at right. After logging in, licensees will be prompted to answer a series of questions. The renewal fee is paid by VISA, Mastercard or Discover at the end of the process.
The fee to renew a Perfusionist license is $350 (biennially). The fee to renew a Provisional Perfusionists license is $175 (annually). Perfusionists who fail to renew within 30 days of their license expiration date must pay a late fee of $100 in addition to the required renewal fee.
Licensed perfusionists must earn 30 hours of continuing education (CE) every two years. Of the 30 hours, at least 10 hours must be Category I hours as recognized by the American Board of Cardiovascular Perfusion (ABCP). The remaining hours may be Category II or III hours as recognized by the ABCP. Documentation of continuing education must be available for inspection by the Perfusion Advisory Committee or Medical Board, or an agent of the Committee or Board, upon request.