PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT LICENSING

Are you a physician’s assistant?  Ever wondered where the licensing rules come from?  In Florida, the licensing rules that apply to physician assistants can be found at 458.347 (7).  To read the full statute, go here.

Basically, a physician’s assistant must be at least 18 years of age.  Also, you must pass an exam.  Third, you must complete the application form and application fee.  This application form includes a certificate of completion of a physician assistant training program, a sworn statement of any prior felony convictions, a sworn statement of any previous revocation or denial of licensure or certification in any state, and two letters of recommendation.

The license must be renewed every 2 years.  The renewal requires paying a renewal fee and a including a statement of no felony convictions in the previous 2 years.

(Disclaimer:  This post does not constitute legal advice nor does it create an attorney-client relationship.  If you are having licensure issues, please contact our office to discuss your situation.)

No Responses to “PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT LICENSING”




By submitting a comment here you grant Matthews Law Firm, Bartow Health Care Compliance and Criminal Defense a perpetual license to reproduce your words and name/web site in attribution. Inappropriate comments will be removed at admin's discretion.