Wyoming Board of Midwifery

Licenses are renewed every two (2) years.

Renewal applications shall not be accepted more than one hundred twenty (120) days prior to the expiration date. Renewal applications received by the Board which are postmarked after the expiration date, or after the next business day in cases when the expiration date falls on a weekend or holiday, will not be accepted by the Board, and the license will become null and void for failure to timely and sufficiently secure renewal. 

Failure to receive a notice for renewal from the Board does not excuse a licensee from the requirement for renewal under the Act and these rules. 

Verification of having maintained CPM certification from NARM, or verification of compliance with the continuing education requirements as outlined in the rules, which can be located on this website. 

To use the form below, you must download or print them from the File Menu after you open the document.  You will not be granted editing rights to the document.

The Wyoming Board of Midwifery is staffed through the Professional Licensing Boards Office, a division of A&I.