Renewal is open!5/3/2021
It is time to renew your license for 2022-2023. You can renew your license by logging into your account and clicking on the renewal link to the right. Please enter your license number and password to log in to your account. If you have forgotten your password, please use the "Forgot Password" link on the login page.
Please be advised that if you do not renew your license by July 1st your license will automatically be suspended as of July 2nd and you will not be able to practice until you have reinstated your license. Please be sure to renew any permit you currently hold. If you inadvertently miss the July 1st deadline, you will be able to reinstate your license and permits by fulfilling all renewal requirements, if done within 30 days of the suspension. After that 30 day grace period, you will be required to complete the full reinstatement process and reapply for any permits previously held.
In order to ensure the accuracy of your personal information, you must complete your own renewal application. To avoid delay during the renewal process, you may wish to select your primary office in the "Contact Information" module prior to beginning your renewal. If you do not see your office listed or the information listed is incorrect, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need to update your CPR expiration date, please upload a copy of your CPR card within your account by logging in and selecting “CPR Information”. The CPR information you submit will be reviewed by our office within two business days and an email will be sent to the email listed in your account confirming that your CPR expiration date has been updated. We will not accept CPR cards that are faxed or emailed to our office, nor can we accept cards that are emailed to us directly from the American Heart Association. Please remember that your CPR card must be from a Board approved course or it will not be accepted. A list of Board approved courses can be found on our website.
Health Professionals Assistance Program
As part of an ongoing focus on wellness, if you or a colleague are experiencing a substance use or mental health illness, the South Dakota Health Professionals Assistance Program (HPAP) is a resource available to you. Early intervention and comprehensive accurate evaluation, combined with ongoing case management and support of treatment efforts, offers the best opportunity for a successful outcome. The Board has contracted with Midwest Health Management Services to make these services available to all licensees. HPAP is a confidential program. For more information, please go to www.mwhms.com/hpap.
If you have any questions about the renewal process, do not hesitate to contact our office. Thank you.