Public Information Act Requests

Information about the Maryland Public Information Act, which is codified at Md. Code Ann., General Provisions §4-101, et seq., can be found on the Maryland Attorney General's webpage at: www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/OpenGov/pia.aspx.


Submitting a Request

If you wish to request public information from the Maryland Board of Physicians, you must submit a signed written request that includes your postal address and telephone number to:

Yemisi Koya
Designated Public Information Act Contact 
Maryland Board of Physicians
4201 Patterson Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Phone: (410) 764-4772
Fax:(410) 358-1298
https://www.mbp.state.md.us (Internet Access)

Records Immediately Available

The following information, as applicable, on specific licensees is immediately available on the Board’s website at www.mbp.state.md.us under "Look Up a Licensee" (No written request is required):

  • Name of Licensee
  • License Number
  • License Issue Date
  • License Expiration Date
  • License Status (Active, Inactive, Expired, Probation, Suspension, Revoked, or Deceased)
  • Accepts Medicaid (yes or no) *
  • Primary Practice Setting/Public Address
  • Educational Information of Licensee Name(s) of any medical schools the licensee attended and graduated) *
  • Postgraduate Training Program/Area of Concentration *
  • Specialty Board Certification (Self-reported by licensee) *
  • Self-Designated Practice Area (Self-reported by licensee) *
  • Maryland Hospital Privilege Information (may self-report) *
  • Medical Licenses Held in Other States *
  • Summary of Known Disciplinary Actions by any State Medical Board (within the past 10 years)
  • Pending Charges with a Disclaimer
  • Consent Orders/Final Orders
  • Malpractice Judgments and Arbitration Awards (within the past 10 years) *
  • Summary of a Conviction of or Entry of a Plea of Guilty or Nolo Contendere by the Licensee for a Crime involving Moral Turpitude reported to the Board by the Court *
* Note: Items with an * are not available for Allied Health Practitioners
Also immediately available on the website are:

 

  • Board Sanctions (under News & Publications/Monthly Sanction List)
  • Laws and Regulations (under Laws/Regulations/Rules)
  • Annual Report (under News & Publications/Current Topics)
Disclaimer: The Board is not authorized to, nor does it, give legal advice. Please note that this response is provided as information only and is not intended to constitute legal advice. Laws and regulations on matters under the Board’s jurisdiction are subject to change periodically. The laws and regulations attached to and/or referenced in any response may not represent the exhaustive list of laws and regulations applicable. For the applicability of all laws and regulations you may consider contacting your attorney. The Board of Physicians’ responses to inquiries are intended for guidance purposes only. As these responses do not necessarily reflect a discussion of all material considerations required to reach the conclusions stated, they are not intended to be rules, regulations, or official statements of the Board. Accordingly, due to their highly informal nature, these responses are not considered binding upon the Board and should not be relied on as definitive. Any person who wishes to republish or reproduce, in whole or in part, any material issued by the Board should contact the Board for prior consent.

Downloadable Rosters

The spreadsheets below include all Active practitioners. These lists will be updated quarterly. Please keep in mind that practitioner data changes daily. For the most current information, please visit our website to view the Practitioner Profiles. If you have any questions, please contact Yemisi Koya, PIA Coordinator.

 Roster of Physicians - updated 07/12/2017
 Roster of Allied Health Practitioners - 07/12/2017
 Physicians with Acupuncture Registrations - 05/03/2017
 Physicians with Drug Dispensing Permits - 07/12/2017
 Physician Assistants with Prescriptive Authority - 07/12/2017