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Fee List

All Board of Medical Practice expenses are supported by fees charged to applicants and licensees.  Fees charged by the Board for services are based on the costs of providing the services and maintaining the required Board activities.  The Board is required to collect sufficient fees every two years to closely approximate anticipated expenditures during a fiscal biennium.  The budget is approved by the Board and appropriated by the legislature every two years.  All fees paid to the Board are non-refundable.

 

Applicants for an Initial License

The fees include initial application fee, annual fee, and e-licensing surcharge*.  Does not include the temporary permit fee.  There is no surcharge fee* for a temporary permit.


Profession                     Initial Application                                              

Acupuncture                    $330

Athletic Trainer               $165 

Naturopathic Doctor            $385

Physician                      $431.20

Physician Assistant            With prescribing: $280.50    

                               Without prescribing: $258.50

Respiratory Therapist          $209

Telemedicine                   $192.50

Traditional Midwife            $220


Licensees Renewing License

Includes annual fee and e-licensing surcharge*.  Does not include any late fee.

Profession                    Annual Renewal

Acupuncture                   $165   

Athletic Trainer              $110

Naturopathic Doctor           $165 

Physician                     $211.20 

Physician Assistant           With prescribing: $148.50    

                              Without prescribing: $126.50

Respiratory Therapist         $99

Telemedicine                  $82.50

Traditional Midwife           $110


 

*In 2009, the legislature enacted MN Statute 16E.22 which requires state agencies to collect a temporary 10% surcharge of no less than $5.00 and no more than $150.00 for the initial license application and license renewal fees for business, commercial, professional, and occupational licenses.  These fees must be collected whether the application is made by paper or online and must be collected from July, 2009 through June, 2015 for the Minnesota Office of Enterprise Technology to fund a statewide electronic licensing system.