Below is useful information and resources regarding the Arizona State Board of Podiatry Examiners. Please contact board staff if you have any questions.
COVID-19 ANTIBODY TESTING FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
The University of Arizona in conjunction with the State of Arizona is offering COVID-19 antibody testing for healthcare professionals and frontline workers. The Arizona Board of Podiatry Examiners is included in the list of health professionals that qualify for the testing. You can find additional information on the University of Arizona's website, https://covid19antibodytesting.arizona.edu/?
Application for examination - $450.00
License issuance - $225.00
Annual renewal - $275.00
Late fee for renewals received after July 30 each year - $150.00
License verification - $10.00
Initial registration to dispense drugs and/or devices - $200.00
Annual renewal to dispense drugs and/or devices - $100.00
ABOUT THE BOARD’S USE OF YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER:
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 25-320(P), disclosure of your social security account number to this agency is required. The Arizona State Board of Podiatry Examiners' ("Board") request for social security numbers of the Board's applicants and licensees are for the purposes of identification and for carrying out the Board's statutory obligations. Your social security number will not be released to the general public. However, your social security number may be released to any authorized person pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 405(c)(2)(C)(viii)(III). The Board may also use your social security number as a confidential identifier when inquiring about your education, background or fitness to practice. (An example of this type of use would be to request information from the National Practitioner’s Data Bank).
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE REGULATED COMMUNITY AND CITIZENS OF ARIZONA
News Release - Expanding the Scope of Practice:
Governor Ducey's Regulation Rollback Initiative:
For help with an issue with a state agency, please see the following link:
Ombudsman Citizen's Aide
The Arizona State Board of Podiatry's Operation Plan
Disclosure Regarding Inspections/Onsite Investigations
Small Business Bill of Rights
Opioid Bill FAQ