For Practitioners & Providers
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Caring for our citizens

Health care providers share a lot of responsibility in the health of Connecticut residents.

Ultimately, it’s up to citizens to choose health. But providers play an important part in encouraging their patients to make healthy choices and take action.

For Health Providers

We’ve located important resources for you, like how to renew your license, information about mandatory reporting, and what to do about complaints. You’ll also find information on how to help your patients navigate health situations like addiction, raising children, and the latest vaccine recommendations.

Health Licenses
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Physician Licenses
Find general information about licensing requirements and how to renew by mail or online.
  • Nurses 
    Learn more about Connecticut nursing licenses and verification.
  • Other Care Providers 
    If you’re not an MD, DO, RN, or LPN, you’ll need to follow other steps for verification.
  • eLicense 
    Visit the State’s eLicense website for online verification.
Helping Your Patients
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Care for families and individuals
Proactive care is just as important as reactive care. Help families find the information they need.
Provider Administration
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Investigations and Complaints
Learn more about the complaint and investigation process for providers and health facilities.
Connecticut’s Response to Child Trafficking
Connecticut’s Human Anti-trafficking Response Team is helping health care providers, parents, and law enforcement identify and prevent child sex trafficking.