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Drug Dispensing Renewals
On April 10, 2013, those medical doctors and
podiatrists who are currently registered with the Board as
dispensing physicians will be mailed information relative to
the renewal of their drug dispensing certificate. Beginning
April 16, 2013, these drug dispensing physicians may renew
their drug dispensing certification online, as we specified
in our last two newsletters
CLICK HERE. If a drug dispensing physician is unable to use
the online renewal service, the physician may use the
renewal form mailed on April 10, 2013. Call Kim Jett at the
Board offices (304.558.2921 x70004) or via email (email@example.com)
for any questions. The online application or paper
application must be completed and submitted BEFORE
Sunday, June 30, 2013, at 4:30 p.m., in order to maintain a
continuous certificate to dispense.
To renew your current West Virginia Drug Dispensing
registration online, CLICK HERE.
NOTICE TO PRACTITIONERS WISHING TO VOLUNTEER FOR THE 2013 BOY SCOUT
NATIONAL JAMBOREE IN WEST VIRGINIA
The West Virginia Board of Medicine is not involved in any way in
the process of permitting physicians to volunteer. Any physician who does
NOT hold an active West Virginia medical license should contact Jamboree
Medical Services for information about providing medical care in connection
with the Boy Scout Jamboree.
All questions should be directed to
firstname.lastname@example.org. or Boy Scouts of America, 68 Crossroads Mall,
Mt. Hope, WV 25880
For more information on the 2013 Boy Scout Jamboree contact: 304.250.6753.
The WV Board of Medicine has partnered with Veridoc, Inc., to offer a
fully automated, internet-based, license verification system for medical
doctors and physician assistants
requiring a hard-copy verification. More information regarding
this new arrangement may be found on our SERVICES
To obtain a written verification, visit
West Virginia Medical Professionals Health Program, Inc.,
provides monitoring services to licensees (M.D.'s, D.P.M.'s, and P.A.-C.'s)
with dependency, addiction, and mental health disorders while they pursue
treatment and recovery for the same. Confidential participation in this
physician health program is assured in instances where the licensee
voluntarily self reports and remains in compliance with the program's
requirements. This program was formally established five years ago, and
WVMPHP, Inc., with a 1000% growth in participants during this period, the
WVMPHP continues to actively make medical professionals and the health
service industry statewide aware of its services and to provide education
regarding the issues of substance abuse and dependency.
The WVMPHP's website address is
The Bridgeport Office of WVMPHP, Inc., is located at 680 Genesis Boulevard,
Suite #201, Bridgeport, WV 26330, telephone 304.933.1030, fax 304.933.1006.
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.
P. Bradley Hall, M.D., Executive Medical Director, may be reached at
Linda Allman, Case Manager located in the Bridgeport Office, may be reached
West Virginia State Law,
Virginia Code §
60A-4-410, provides that it is a misdemeanor for a
patient, in an attempt to obtain a prescription for a controlled substance,
to knowingly withhold from a practitioner, that the patient has
obtained a controlled substance prescription of the same or similar
therapeutic use in a concurrent time period from another practitioner. Upon
conviction, a fine and imprisonment may be imposed. For a Notice of the law
which may be downloaded and placed in a practitioner’s office,
CLICK HERE. (You will
need Adobe Reader to open and print this file.)