Compendium

The Compendium displays valuable podiatric information for each FPMB Member Board and enables side-by-side comparisons. The compendium can be customized to show or hide specific rows and columns by clicking the "Customize the Compendium" button on the right.

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Member Board National Board State Exam Post Graduate Training Application Deadline Exam Fees Duration of License Fees (years) Continuing Education Requirements (hours per year) Part III Exam Required (licensure) Part III Exam Required (residency) Temporary Resident License Offered Number of DPMs on Board Separate Board APMA Membership Number Registered In State
Alabama Passing Scores Alabama Law Exam CPME Residency June and December $100 1 12 Yes No No 7 Yes 67 156
Alaska Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric surgical residency N/A $200 2 25 No N/A Yes (Temporary Permits) 0 No 8 26
Arizona I, II and III Oral 1 year - podiatric residency 90 days prior to exam $450 1 25 Yes No No 3 Yes 126 0
Arkansas Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency None; available year-round $200 1 15 No N/A N/A 3 Yes 40 40
California Passing Scores None (NBPME Part III) 2 years 60 days prior to exams $900 2 50 / Renewal Yes No Yes 3 Yes 1000 2579
Colorado Passing Scores Vary with Each Exam Part III 1 year 30 days prior to exams $50 1 14 Yes Responsibility of Individual Residency Program No 4 Yes 112 173
Connecticut Passing Scores Part III None N/A N/A 1 0 Yes N/A N/A 3 Yes 224 304
Delaware Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency or preceptorship 90 days before exam $900 2 32 / 2 years Yes N/A N/A 3 Yes 40 82
District of Columbia Part I, II & III N/A CPME Residency N/A N/A 2 25 Yes N/A N/A 2 No 49 137
Florida Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency N/A $200 2 40 / 2 years Yes N/A N/A 5 Yes 765 1787
Georgia N/A Written Exam 1 year - podiatric residency 12/3/07; 1/15-1/16, 08; 5/30/08; 7/8-7/9, 08 $195 2 50 Yes N/A N/A 3 Yes 225 502
Hawaii Passing Scores Part III None 60 days prior to June and Dec Exams $440 2 40 Yes No No 0 No N/A 67
Idaho Yes No - if passed Part III Yes Not Applicable Application and original license: $600; Renewal fee: $500 1 12 Yes No No 4 Yes 33 82
Illinois Passing Scores Part III Required (7/1/1992 and forward) 40 days prior to exam in June $1,024 2 100 / renewal (January 31 / odd years) Yes N/A N/A 5 Yes 639 1,127 (active)
Indiana Passing Scores NBPME Part III 12 month - podiatric residency 60 days prior to exam in June and Dec. $900 exam fee ; $150 application fee 2 15 (30 hours needed in order to renew license) Yes N/A N/A 4 Yes N/A 385
Iowa Part I & II - Passing Scores None - Part III Residency approved by Council on Podiatric Medical Education None N/A 2 40 / 2 years Yes N/A Yes 5 Yes 153 246
Kansas Yes N/A 1 year N/A N/A Annual 54 / 3 years Yes No Yes 1 N/A N/A 145
Kentucky I, II, III Jurisprudence None 40-day waiting period $250 Renewal-Annual 20 Yes Yes No 4 Yes 94 171
Louisiana Passing Scores None 1 Year Internship N/A N/A 1 20 Yes N/A N/A 0 No 60 173
Maine Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency 90 days prior to exams in June and Dec. $900 1 25 Yes N/A N/A 4 Yes 46 83
Maryland Passing Scores Jurisprudence 1 year - podiatric residency None $1,050 (January) / $850 (July) 2 25 Yes No Yes (Limited License) 5 Yes 536 440
Massachusetts Passing Scores Jurisprudence Exam 1 year - podiatric residency 30 days prior to exams in Jun and Dec. $490 1 25 Yes No N/A 3 Yes 310 600
Michigan Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency or precep. 60 days prior to exam $900 3 150 / 3 years (at least 75 hours of Category I) Yes No Limited license is required to complete residency or preceptorship 5 Yes 443 798
Minnesota Passing Scores on Part I & II Jurisprudence Exam 1 year CPME approved residency or preceptorship None $600 appl. fee 2 30 / 2 years No N/A N/A 5 Yes N/A 205
Mississippi Passing Scores None 1 year N/A N/A 1 40 No N/A 0 0 No N/A 96
Missouri I, II & III Missouri Law 1 year - podiatric residency 30 days prior to exams in June and Dec. $375 2 12 (plus additional 13 hours if ankle certified) Yes N/A Temporary License 4 Yes N/A 356
Montana Passing Scores None 1 year - podiatric residency None $325 (application fee) 2 0 No N/A N/A 1 No 27 57
Nebraska Passing Scores Part III 1 year N/A 131 Licenses expire on April 1 even years 48 (in the 24 months preceding the April 1 expiration date) Yes No No 3 Yes N/A 105
Nevada Passing Scores Part III Minimum 1 year - APMA approved podiatric residency None N/A 1 50 / 2 years Yes No No 4 Yes 63 126
New Hampshire Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency None $200 1 24 No No No 4 Yes 51 118
New Jersey Passing Scores None 1 year - podiatric residency None $325 App. Fee 2 0 No No No 1 No N/A 638
New Mexico Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency 45 days prior to exams $325 1 14 Yes N/A N/A 3 Yes 48 43
New York Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency 60 days prior to exams $345 3 16.8 Yes No Yes (Limited Residency Permits) 9 Yes 1204 2448
North Carolina Passing Scores Part III / Oral / Practical Exams / Written Practice & Ethics 1 year - podiatric residency 8 weeks prior to May Exam $350 1 25 Yes N/A N/A 3 Yes 167 354
North Dakota Passing Scores Passing National Board Scores/State Exam 1 year - podiatric residency 30 days prior to exam $300.00 Application Fee 1 60 credits within 3 years Yes N/A N/A 4 Yes 15 37
Ohio Passing Scores Part III None 3/27/98, for June; 9/25/98, for Dec. exams $385 2 100 Yes N/A N/A 1 No 589 600
Oklahoma Passing Scores Written/ Oral Exam 1 year - podiatric residency or precep. $200 $75 (1 year) 30 per year (15 in state) No N/A N/A 5 Yes 73 122
Oregon Yes (Parts I & II) Part III for some applicants 1 year - podiatric residency None N/A 2, every odd year 60 / 2 years Yes N/A N/A 1 No 66 173
Pennsylvania Passing Scores Part III None 60 days prior to exam PA Application $30, Part III Exam $900 2 50 / 2 years Yes Yes No 4 Yes 810 1,519 (active or active-retired)
Puerto Rico Passing Scores Written Exam None 30 days prior to exam $75 3 30 No N/A N/A 3 Yes 18 59
Rhode Island Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency No Deadline Determined by NBPME 2 15 Yes N/A Yes (limited) 4 Yes 76 101
South Carolina Passing Scores SC Board Exam 1 year 90 prior to June and Dec. exams $500 2 12 N/A N/A N/A 4 Yes 48 180
South Dakota Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency 4 weeks prior to June and Dec. exams $250 1 20 Yes N/A N/A 3 Yes 19 20
Tennessee Passing Scores Jurisprudence One-Year Residency 60 days prior to June and Dec. exams App. Fee - $450, Part III - $900 2 15 Yes No No 4 Yes 90 230
Texas Passing Scores Jurisprudence 1 year - podiatric residency 60 days prior to exam date $289 1 30 / 2 years Yes N/A N/A 6 Yes 463 878
Utah Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency 30 days prior to June and Dec. exams $480 2 20 Yes N/A N/A 4 Yes 75 198
Vermont Passing Scores Part III 1 year - podiatric residency None $190 2 0 Yes N/A N/A 1 No 33 27
Virginia Passing Scores No 1 year N/A N/A 12 Months 60 / 2 years Yes No Yes 1 No N/A 345
Washington Yes (Parts I & II) Part III 1 year - post graduate training None $0 1 50 / 2 years No No Yes (Limited) 4 Yes 183 324
West Virginia Passing Scores N/A 1 year - podiatric residency 60 days prior to exam N/A 2 50 / 2 years Yes N/A N/A 2 No 40 111
Wisconsin Passing Scores Jurisprudence 1 year 30 days prior to June and Dec. exams $900 2 50 / 2 years Yes N/A N/A 3 Yes 167 246
Wyoming Passing Scores Parts I, II & III Oral Examination Completion of residency program approved by CPME. Thirty (30) days prior to June examination $800 1 40 (forty) hours every two years Yes – Part III of National Boards N/A N/A 3 Yes 6 27

DISCLAIMER: Member Board information is reported voluntarily by Member Boards regulating the practice of podiatric medicine. Therefore, the Federation of Podiatric Medical Boards makes no guarantee or warranties on its accuracy and does not assume responsibility for errors or omissions. For more specific information, the appropriate state agency should always be consulted.