Federation of Podiatric Medical Boards
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Improving the quality, safety and integrity
of podiatric medical health care...
The FPMB promotes high standards for podiatric
physician licensure, regulation and practice.
Order Part III & Disciplinary Reports
The FPMB is the authorized source for providing certified Part III (PMLexis) Score & Disciplinary reports to the State Boards and other credentialing organizations.
Member Boards Information
View key data for each FPMB member board including general, contact, licensure and regulatory information. Compare data across all of the member boards with the FPMB compendium.
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The FPMB drafted the Model Law following principles developed by the Pew Health Professions Commission. The FPMB studied all 50 state laws and benefited from input from the various state regulators.
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2018 Annual Meeting Webinar
The FPMB conducted its 2018 Annual Meeting webinar on April 27, 2018. The amended bylaws were approved and topics of discussion included:
Score Reporting Announcement
Interstate Podiatric Medical Licensure Compact (IPMLC)
Occupational Licensing Reform / Restoring Board Immunity
Increasing Engagement / Open Forum
June 2018 Part III Exam
The APMLE has posted the
score release dates
for the June 2018 Part III exam. Starting June 1, 2018, the FPMB will begin accepting pre-order
to send certified copies of scores to State Boards.
2017-2018 Executive Board
The FPMB Executive Board, elected at the April 22, 2017 Annual Meeting in Fort Worth, TX:
Front Row (L-R):
Dr. Bruce Saferin (OH) - Director and Dr. Jay LeBow (MD) - President.
Back Row (L-R):
Dr. Leonard La Russa (GA) - Vice-President, Dr. Judith Manzi (CA) Secretary-Treasurer and Mr. Russell Stoner - Executive Director.
Dr. Robert Levine (KY) (
Deceased - June 2017
FPMB Reduces Report Delivery Time
The FPMB has implemented electronic delivery of reports to 47 State Boards and all participating credentialing organizations. Overall turnaround time, from when the order is placed to when it is received by the State Board, has been greatly reduced.
The median overall turnaround time is less than one (1) business day.