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State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners

Inquiries about the Board may be forwarded to

Jonathan Eisenmenger
Executive Director
P.O. Box 45020
Newark, New Jersey 07101
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The State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners was established on March 17, 1902. This board licenses and regulates veterinarians in New Jersey.

The purpose of the Board is to:

  • supervise the practice of veterinary medicine, surgery and dentistry;
  • ensure that veterinary medicine is performed in a manner consistent with acceptable medical and ethical standards; and
  • adjudicate consumer complaints against licensees.

How does the Board accomplish its pur​pose?

  • by ensuring that all veterinarians have met the educational requirements, passed accredited clinical competency and jurisprudence examinations, and are of good moral character;
  • by investigating and prosecuting veterinarians who have deviated from acceptable standards of practice; and
  • by requiring all veterinarians practicing in New Jersey to be licensed and registered by the State and to renew their registrations every two years.
Last Modified: 10/10/2017 6:21 AM