Oct. 16, 2007
-- Pensacola, FL –
The New England Journal of Medicine has noted that the job market for physicians and health professionals is, in 2007, very healthy. Those who are entering the job market in medicine and healthcare are in the enviable position of being able to choose where they want to go and what specialty they want to work in; however, the process of obtaining licensure in a given state can be complicated and time-consuming. Given that medical professionals are not likely to have the spare time available for wading through the complicated process, more and more of these professionals are looking for services to assist them in their time of need.
Healthcare Licensing Services, Inc. is based in Pensacola, FL, and the company has devoted itself from its inception toward coming to the aid of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who need to streamline the licensing process as much as possible. Professionals who are facing relocation to a faraway state, for example, may not be in a position to devote the necessary time to assembling the forms, letters of reference, and other documents require by a particular state. Healthcare Licensing Services not only has the time, but it creates the time internally, so that the medical professional remains free to focus on his or her current position and other tasks relating to relocation. Similarly, a doctor completing her residency may need guidance or assistance in processing the licensing materials, overwhelmed by the hours demanded at the completion of her program. Healthcare Licensing Services is able to step in and work with both her and the state medical licensing board to assure that licensure is attained as quickly as possible.
Healthcare Licensing Services, Inc. provides medical licensing assistance in all fifty American states as well as Washington, DC (the District of Columbia) and Puerto Rico. This puts them in the unusual position of being able to assist literally anyone, anywhere, who needs medical licensing help in the U.S.
Medical licensing is not optional; in order to practice legally, a doctor or medical professional must be licensed in the state where he or she is practicing or face severe legal consequences. When a harried, pressed for time professional is facing a fifty page application form and hours of work simply to gain an understanding of what supporting material are required by a medical licensing board, that professional is going to call for help.
In a healthcare emergency, Americans know to dial 911. When a healthcare professional has a medical licensing emergency, he or she will phone 1-850-444-9814 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, including detailed links indicating requirements for medical licensing boards at all fifty states, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico, please visit http://www.healthcarelicensing.com