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Temporary Emergency License for Foreign-Licensed Physicians

The State of New Jersey is issuing temporary, emergency licenses to foreign-licensed physicians so that they may provide essential healthcare services during the current public health emergency. The Board of Medical Examiners is now issuing these licenses to physicians holding plenary, unrestricted licenses in good-standing in other countries.

Reactivating Your Retired Practitioner's License

New Jersey has made it easy for retired healthcare practitioners to immediately reactivate their New Jersey licenses to join the fight against COVID-19. For more information on how to reactivate a retired, expired, or inactive NJ license, click here.


As health care providers are encouraged to use telehealth to the greatest extent possible, to reduce unnecessary COVID-19 exposure to themselves, their coworkers, and their patients, the Division of Consumer Affairs has issued telemedicine guidance to help practitioners understand how to take full advantage of the options available to them.
For more information, click here

New Jersey’s Law Against Price Gouging is Now in Effect

File a complaint here.

This law prohibits excessive price increases during a declared state of emergency, or for 30 days after the termination of the state of emergency. Excessive price increases are defined as price increases that are more than 10 percent higher than the price at which merchandise was sold during the normal course of business prior to the state of emergency. Consumers who believe they were targeted by a scheme related to COVID-19 or who believe that businesses have unfairly increased their prices are encouraged to file a complaint online or call (973) 504-6240. Consumers should leave their name, contact information, nature of the complaint and the name and address of the business. 

Executive Order #107 Violation Reporting Form

For complaints against a business remaining open in violation of an Executive Order #107, click here

Hoarding of Hydroxychloroquine or Drugs in Short Supply

For complaints against a medical professional who is hoarding or inappropriately writing prescriptions for Hydroxychloroquine or other drugs deemed in short supply file a complaint here.  

Last Modified: 5/1/2020 9:58 AM