COVID-19 UPDATES & INFORMATION
The Department of Safety and Professional Services has remained in operation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, however,
the Hill Farms State Office Building and all DSPS walk-up counters remain closed to the public. Boards, councils, and committees continue to meet. The public may connect to these meetings remotely. To find instructions, visit the
A-Z Boards & Councils list and click on the “Meetings Page" link corresponding to the meeting you wish to attend. Connection information will be available no less than 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Governor Evers has issued
Emergency Order 2, which contains provisions related to licensed health care professionals.
Individual licensee/provider temporary license forms:
If you have NOT previously held a Wisconsin license or Interstate Reciprocity Temporary License during EO 16, EO 20 or Act 185:
If you previously held an Interstate Reciprocity Temporary License during EO 16, EO 20 or Act 185:
If you held a Wisconsin license and it expired within the last five years:
If you held a Wisconsin license that has been expired for more than five years:
- Visit your profession's page and submit the application for re-registration
If you are a physician licensed in another state who wishes to provide telemedicine services to a Wisconsin patient:
Health care facility temporary license forms:
Wisconsin health care facilities or systems hiring out-of-state providers must notify DSPS using Form EO2020-2:
Out-of-State health care facilities or systems with providers delivering care to Wisconsin residents must notify DSPS using Form EO2020-4:
Please check our
COVID Information page for information and communication about COVID-19 department operations and our response.
SCAM ALERT: Neither
the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services nor regulating or licensing boards (e.g. State Board of Nursing) will contact licensees by phone or fax requesting payment to clear or restore licenses. If you receive a call, email, fax or letter indicating that someone has stolen your license or that there are problems with your license that can be resolved with immediate payment, this could be a scam. Do not give out your personal,
confidential information to someone claiming to be from a government agency or board.