- For information on waivers issued: Suspended Licensing Regulations for Health-Care Professionals
- For additional information specific to license types, please follow this link and reference the relevant board web-page: Boards & Commissions Landing Page
In addition, please see below for specific actions taken to date:
Licensed Health Care Practitioners Can Provide Telemedicine Services to Pennsylvanians During Coronavirus Emergency
Health care professionals licensed under any of the Department of State’s Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs (BPOA) licensing boards can provide services to patients via telemedicine during the coronavirus emergency.
Issuance of Temporary Licenses to Health Care Practitioners Not Licensed In Pennsylvania to be Expedited During Coronavirus Emergency
Governor Wolf granted the Department of State’s request for a suspension to allow expedited temporary licensure to practitioners in other states to provide services to Pennsylvanians, for the duration of the coronavirus emergency.
Certain regulations suspended for Nurse-Midwives
Governor Wolf granted the Department of State’s request to allow the suspension of certain regulations concerning Certified Nurse Midwives.
Medical Doctors’ Two-Facility Institutional License Limit Suspended During Coronavirus Emergency
The Governor has suspended the institutional-license requirement that limits qualified medical doctors to practicing at no more than two (2) affiliated facilities.