The Medical Examining Board is created in
Wis. Stat. § 15.405(7) and has authority as outlined in
Wis. Stat. ch. 448.
Contact: Yolanda Y. McGowan, Division Administrator
The members of the Medical Examining Board are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Legislature to serve staggered 4-year terms. The Board consists of 9 licensed doctors of medicine, 1 licensed doctor of osteopathy, and 3 public members.
|Member||Officer||Member Type||Term Expiration|
|Simons, Kenneth B.||Chairperson||Physician Member||7/1/2018*|
|Westlake, Timothy W.||Vice Chairperson||Physician Member||7/1/2020|
|Capodice, Mary Jo||Secretary||Physician Member (Doctor of Osteopathy)||7/1/2018*|
|Abd-Elsayed, Alaa A.||Physician Member||7/1/2020|
|Bryce, David A.||||Physician Member||7/1/2021|
|Carton, Michael||Public Member||7/1/2020|
|Doniparthi, Padmaja||Physician Member||7/1/2021|
|Erickson, Rodney A.||Physician Member||7/1/2019|
|Kudick, Bradley||||Public Member||7/1/2020|
|Lau, Lee Ann R.||||Physician Member||7/1/2020|
|Roelke, David M.||Physician Member||7/1/2021|
|Zoeller, Robert L.||Physician Member||7/1/2019|
*Board members whose terms have expired may continue to serve until their successor is confirmed by the Senate.
Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission (IMLCC)
here for information and updates from the IMLCC.
On January 16, 2019, the Board updated the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board Opioid Prescribing Guideline.
On March 21, 2018, the Board updated the
Wisconsin Medical Examining Board Opioid Prescribing Guideline
Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission
IMLCC Draft Minutes of
June 27, 2017
IMLCC Draft Minutes of
September 13, 2017
Chapter 4 - State of Principal License (Adopted: November 17, 2017)
Chapter 5 - Expedited Licensure (Adopted: November 17, 2017)
Please review the following requirement:
Physician's Duty to Report (2009 WI Act 382)
Please review the following update:
NTSB Information on Risk of Pilot Impairment
The State of Wisconsin Medical Examining Board is pleased to offer the new online application process for medical and osteopathic physicians called the Uniform Application for Physician State Licensure (UA). The UA will benefit physicians by reducing redundancy in filling out multiple applications when applying for licensure in multiple states. Physicians will be able to apply to multiple states by filling out the UA once, then directing it to additional states. Physicians applying via
OLAS can import their UA information into their Wisconsin license application, leaving only the state-specific instructions and addendums of the application to be completed. Visit the
Federation of State Medical Boards’ website for further information.
Last updated: 4/17/2019