To meet the expected rise in demand for health care practitioners as our healthcare system engages in the fight against COVID-19, we are calling on retired health care professionals like you to return to practice immediately to assist in the effort. Whether you can provide services in-person or via telehealth, your assistance is needed to bolster our health care system wherever you choose to practice. Please click here to see a letter to you from Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli.

The Division of Consumer Affairs is now allowing you to reactivate your professional license temporarily on an emergency basis, waiving all fees and most requirements. We are calling on eligible health care professionals whose licenses have been inactive for five years or less to immediately reinstate their license for the period of the current state of emergency.

Please click here for FAQs on how to reactivate your professional license temporarily on an emergency basis.

 
Click on your profession, below,
 to apply.


Once reactivated, these licenses will remain active for the duration of the state of emergency declared by Governor Phil Murphy on March 9, 2020, in Executive Order 103

Once your license has been reinstated, please also consider sharing your contact and professional information on the New Jersey healthcare volunteer portal. By providing details about your interest, skills and availability on the online form, you are not committing to deployment. You are enabling the State to match your skills with areas that need them most.  The State will reach out with more details if your skillset can help us in our response to COVID-19. Please click here to see a letter to you from Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli.

For additional information about steps the Division of Consumer Affairs is taking today to add capacity to our healthcare system, please click here.






Last Modified: 6/1/2020 12:55 PM