Medical board looking for expert reviewers

March 26, 2018
Area(s) of Interest: Medical Board of California Licensing & Regulatory Issues 

The Medical Board of California is looking for physicians interested in becoming expert reviewers. Experts assist the board by providing reviews and opinions in medical board investigations, conducting professional competency examinations, and performing medical and psychiatric evaluations.

The medical board is currently looking for experts in the following specialties: addiction medicine with added certification in family medicine or internal medicine or psychiatry; colon/rectal surgery; dermatology; family medicine; gastroenterology; neurological surgery; neurology; OB/GYN; pathology (anatomic/clinical); forensic pathology; pain medicine; pediatric gastroenterology; pediatric surgery; pediatric cardiac surgery; pediatric pulmonology; plastic surgery (hair transplant expertise); addiction psychiatry; forensic psychiatry; surgery; urology; and vascular surgery.

Actively practicing physicians from all other specialties not listed above are also welcome to apply and participate in the review process. Physicians must be board certified; have been practicing their specialty for a minimum of three years after board certification; have no current complaints and no prior discipline; and must be willing to testify in an administrative hearing.

For more information about compensation and how to apply, click here.


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