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Amusement Ride Inspection Lookup

Check to see if an amusement ride has been inspected and find out the result.

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Lookup a licensee

Check LLR's online licensee look-up program for information on contractors, medical doctors and more...

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Need to apply for initial licensure? Download needed information.

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Boards in renewals

Check out boards that are currently in renewal at LLR.

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The Opioid Crisis

LLR is committed to assisting its licensed professionals and the public it serves in the battle against the opioid epidemic. The State Boards of Dentistry, Medical Examiners, Nursing and Pharmacy recently issued Revised Joint Pain Management Guidelines to assist prescribers with their prescribing decisions. These Guidelines may be found here.

Information regarding access to Naloxone without a prescription is available here.

If you are a licensed professional with a substance use disorder, help is available through the South Carolina Recovering Professionals Program (RPP). RPP may be contacted at (803) 896-5700 or at www.scrpp.org.

  Licensees Can Help SC Stand Up Against Domestic Violence  

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