Podiatrist In Residency

"Podiatrist in Residency" refers to an individual who has met all of the requirements to become a "Podiatrist," except for the residency and examination requirements.

 

How to apply

Fees
  • Application Fee of $50
  • License Fee of $500
  • Criminal History Records Check Fee of $21
Please make your checks payable to: "Maine State Treasurer".
Term
  • Annual (Fixed renewal date of June 30th)
Requirements

The application, along with all supporting documents and fees, must be submitted to the Board at least 10 days prior to the Board meeting at which you wish to have your application reviewed. Before full licensure may be granted, applicants must present themselves for and successfully pass an oral examination at a regular meeting of the Board.

Examination

Completed and signed application for licensure with all fees and required documentation

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Renewal fees and information

Fees
  • Renewal Fee of $500
Please make your checks payable to: "Maine State Treasurer".
Requirements
  • A late fee of $50 is assessed for licenses renewed after the June 30 license expiration date.
  • A late fee of $50 is assessed for licenses renewed 91 days to 2 years after the license expiration date.
  • A person who submits an application for renewal more than 60 days after the license expiration date is subject to all requirements governing new applicants and is required to reapply with an original license application, documentation and fees.
  • Renewal applications are mailed approximately 60 days prior to the license expiration date.
  • Continuing Education - 25 hours of continuing education is due at the time of renewal in the odd-numbered years pursuant to board rules.

 

Last Updated: January 17, 2014