Enter a License Number OR Last Name OR First Name OR City below, and click 'Submit search'. If you enter more than one, we will look for a record that matches all the values you entered. (NB: Do not enter both First Name and Last Name -- select one or the other.)
The Podiatrist Search information is Primary Source Verification for purposes of verifying North Carolina licensed podiatrists and is updated automatically. [Please SCROLL down below the Search boxes to see A) your results and B) important information about license expiration dates and delinquent renewals.]
Only ACTIVE Licensees are listed. (If the podiatrist you are trying to verify is not listed on our site please email the Board at email@example.com for further information.)
To find out about filing a complaint, see our "Procedure for Filing a Complaint" page.
A license with a "-C" suffix denotes a license issued dependent on Board-established conditions related to a CME hardship waiver for the licensee's certified illness, medical condition, natural disaster, or other undue hardship.
A license with a "TR-" prefix denotes a Temporary Restricted License, a "T-" prefix denotes a Temporary Unrestricted License, a "TF-" prefix denotes a Temporary Foreign restricted license.
***CME Credits -- Please note that all CME credits from the previous renewal year are zeroed out annually on this Public portion of our website March 1 to get ready for the next renewal cycle. (Previous year CME will remain available to licensed DPMs on their individual log-in page.)
North Carolina state law requires (General Statutes of North Carolina, Article 12A Chapter 90 section 202.10) that all licensed podiatrists in the state of North Carolina must, on or before the first day of July of each year, apply for license renewal. Any license granted by the Board shall be considered non-renewed if the holder fails to secure the renewal within a period of 30 days after the first day of July of each year. A podiatrist is allowed to practice with a non-renewed or delinquent license for a six-month period (until January 1), following the July 1 deadline. Any podiatrist who fails to meet this January 1 deadline must appear before the Board and take a new examination before being allowed to practice podiatry in the State of North Carolina.