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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to complete the application process? How do I get a written license verification sent to another state? How do I change my name or address? How do I apply to become an approved continuing education provider in Delaware? Answers   How long does it take to complete the application process? […]

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Board Members

Harold Gruber, D.P.M., President New Castle County Jason Kline, D.P.M. New Castle County James D. Bray, D.P.M. New Castle County Amy Kratz, Public Member Sussex County Teresa Wilson, Public Member Sussex County

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Fee Schedule

  Processing Fees for License Applications Submit the processing fee for the type of license application you are filing with the application form. Applications submitted without the processing fee will be rejected. Make the check or money order payable to the “State of Delaware.” Cash is not accepted. Processing fees are non-refundable.   Podiatrist – […]

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Forms

Applications Application for Licensure to Practice Podiatric Medicine Podiatric Physician In-Training Application Application for Temporary Podiatrist Licensure   Continuing Education Request for Approval of Continuing Education Approval

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Podiatrist In Training

General Information Apply for a Podiatric Physician In-Training license if you are a Podiatric Physician participating in an: in-state Delaware residency program, or out-of-state residency program that has a rotation of 45 days or longer in Delaware. As a Podiatrist In-Training licensee, you are limited to the practice of medicine in the hospital where you are […]

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Board of Podiatry

  Objective and Function The primary objective of the Delaware Board of Podiatry is to protect the public from unsafe practices and practices which tend to reduce competition or fix prices for services. The Board must also maintain standards of professional competence and service delivery. To meet these objectives, the Board develops standards for professional […]

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Podiatrist Licensure

  Selecting Type of Application The two types of application are Direct Application and Reciprocity. Which you choose depends on whether you are currently licensed in another jurisdiction (state, U.S. territory or District of Columbia) and, if so, whether any of the jurisdictions has licensure requirements substantially similar to those of Delaware. Select Direct Application […]

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Temporary Podiatrist Licensure

  When to Apply A Temporary Podiatrist license may be issued to an out-of-state Podiatrist when he or she will be taking charge of the practice of a Delaware-licensed Podiatrist during the Delaware licensee’s temporary illness or absence from Delaware. Temporary licenses are valid for up to three months from date of issuance. If you need […]

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