Medicine and Surgery
Guidelines for the Use of Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain
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Physician Locum Tenens
Temporary Practice rights also known as Locum Tenens may be granted to physicians and surgeons who are duly licensed to practice medicine and surgery in another state.
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
An osteopathic physician and surgeon is a person who has earned the degree of D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine). Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons are qualified in the diagnosis or treatment of diseases, ailments, pain, deformity, or any physical or mental condition or injury of human beings.
Physician and Surgeon
A Physician and Surgeon is a person who has earned the degree of M.D. (Doctor of Medicine). Physicians and Surgeons are qualified in the diagnosis or treatment of diseases, ailments, pain, deformity, or any physical or mental condition or injury of human beings.
Temporary Educational Permit
The Temporary Educational Permit (TEP) for medicine and surgery permits the holder to practice medicine and surgery, osteopathic medicine and surgery or any of their allied specialties in a supervised educational program approved by the Nebraska Board of Medicine and Surgery.
Physician Temporary Visiting Faculty Permit (For more information call (402) 471-2118.
The Physician Temporary Visiting Faculty Permit (TVFP) for medicine and surgery can be issued to any person who is serving as a member of the faculty of an accredited hospital, school or college of medicine in Nebraska.
Federal Controlled Substances (DEA) Registrant Information
can be accessed by credentialing organizations, hospitals, and pharmacies after obtaining a User ID and Password. To obtain a User ID and Password contact the Licensure Unit by e-mail at email@example.com
In addition to General License Information this version of the data contains Federal Controlled Substances Registration numbers and expiration dates for health care providers that hold a Nebraska license and have submitted proof of holding such Federal Registration. Federal controlled substances (DEA) registrant information is validated on licenses at the time of issuance and updated on a quarterly basis.
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