Maryland Naturopathic Continuing Education

Your Requirements

Licensed as of March 2016, 50 Continuing Education Hours

every 2 year renewal period preceding the expiration date of the license for MD.

Online Courses & Distance Learning Allowed

All Continuing Education Hours may be completed Online. 

Maryland Naturopathic CEU Course Package

Naturopathic Doctor CE Courses

Maryland Naturopathic CEU Package - 36 Continuing Education Hours

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More Information on the Maryland Naturopathic Continuing Education


About the Board
The Maryland Board of Physicians (the “Board”) is an agency of the state with the authority to license physicians and other health care providers such as physician assistants, radiographers, radiation therapists, radiologist assistants, nuclear medicine technologists, respiratory care practitioners, psychiatrist assistants (renewals only), polysomnographic technologists, athletic trainers, and naturopathic doctors to practice in Maryland, and to discipline licensees who violate the Maryland Medical Practice Act.

Continuing Education Requirements
Satisfactory evidence of completion of at least 50 hours of continuing education credits during every two-year renewal period.
The courses selected must be approved by any of the following:

The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians

The Maryland Naturopathic Doctors Association

The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education

The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education

A Naturopathic Doctor’s licensing authority or professional association of another state which meets the standards adopted by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.

One of the requirements of licensure for naturopathic doctors is a consultation and collaboration agreement with a Maryland licensed physician.
A collaboration and consultation agreement means an agreement whereby a naturopathic doctor and physician will collaborate and consult regarding a patient’s care, but in which the patient does not enter the care of the consulted physician. The consultation does not create a physician-patient relationship and the consulted physician does not direct patient care or engage directly in the care of the patient.

If an N.D. fails to obtain the required continuing education credits, the Board may impose a fine up $100 for each credit not obtained.

Renewal Fees 

For More Information please contact the Maine Naturopathic Board.

Updated 10/05/2018