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Look up a License

Search our databases for license and permit information on physicians, physician assistants, acupuncturists and non-certified radiologic technicians licensed by the State of Texas.  (This includes Physician Profiles and verifications for other licensees. All of our databases provide links to view Board Orders, where applicable).


In addition, the link below (formerly known as "Look up a Doctor") will allow a search of any Board action issued (Board order, remedial plan, cease and desist, etc.), including those issued to physicians, physician assistants, acupuncturists, non-certified radiologic technicians, surgical assistants and pain management clinics.


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If you have questions contact the Pre-Licensure, Registration, and Consumer Services Department (PRC) at (512) 305-7030 or, in Texas only, at (800) 248-4062. You may also send email to

  • In addition to verification information, physician licensee records or “profiles,” contain consumer-oriented professional background information. Physician profiles include license status, educational background, disciplinary actions, as well as information self-reported by the licensee but not verified by the TMB (e.g. primary practice address, hospital privileges, delegation information, etc.) All verifications also include a description of any action taken by the Board against a licensee.

    Data is updated daily and may be considered the most current information available. Access to this computer system is authorized for the automated verification system only. All other access to this computer system is expressly prohibited. Any unauthorized access or use of this is subject to both civil and criminal penalties.


    The Texas Medical Board also issues several other types of permits, including Surgical Assistants and Pain Management Clinics.

    Click on the links below to view information on these license holders:


    Surgical Assistant Licensees


    Pain Management Clinics

    As required by the 80th Texas Legislature (2007), House Bill 1 (Article VIII-45, Rider 7), the Texas Medical Board assigns a priority status to an applicant for physician licensure who agrees to treat Medicare and Medicaid patients for the five years following the issuance of the physician’s license. Physicians who have signed an agreement with the Board accepting these terms are listed in this section of the website and are identified in the links below by city, name, and specialty. The lists are updated after each meeting of the Texas Medical Board, which occurs five times per year.


    Physicians Who Agreed to Treat Medicare/Medicaid Patients in Exchange for Priority Handling of Their Licensure Applications