The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board (NCVMB), a state regulatory and consumer protection agency, was created in 1903 by an act of the State Legislature. Our mission is to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of the people and animals of North Carolina.
The NCVMB does this by:
- Setting standards for the profession through statutes and administrative rules
- Investigating complaints
- Ensuring that applicants are qualified for licensure
- Inspecting veterinary facilities
- Taking disciplinary action against licensees and registrants when necessary to protect the public
- BOARD MEETING DATES
2018 Board Meetings
MEETINGS BEGINS 8:00am AT:
1611 Jones Franklin Rd., Suite 106
Raleigh, NC 27606
World Equestrian Games 2018
60-Day Temporary Permit Application
For Participating Veterinarians
Practice Facility Co-ordinator
RENEWAL IS OPEN!
On your first visit to the NEW Licensure Gateway, disregard the 'User Name' & 'Password' fields. Click on the 'REGISTER NOW!' button.
Our NEW SOFTWARE will require you to register via the new ‘Licensure Gateway’ before you can renew.
NOTE: Please be aware your current 'User Name' and 'Password' will no longer be effective; you will be prompted to create new ones.
If you are a veterinarian, who owns a facility and/or a corporation, you will only be required to register one time as all entities will be linked.
EFFECTIVE: JANUARY 1, 2018
§ 90-106. Prescriptions and labeling.
(a3) Limitation on Prescriptions Upon Initial Consultation for Acute Pain.
1. ON-LINE License Verifications
(Check on your Veterinarian's Status)
2. How to file a Complaint
3. Contact Us
4. MAP of Regions for Practice Facility Inspections
5. Coping with the Loss of a Pet
6. Report Animal Cruelty
7. Pet Food & Product Recalls / Alerts
8. Request a Letter of Good Standing / License Verification
9. Change / Update your Legal Name
10. Print copy of your License Renewal
11. Apply for a NC License
12. Start a new Practice
13. Start a new Corporation
14. Practice Act (Laws & Regulations)
15. President's Letters
16. All Veterinarians are required to report the following diseases