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Hey all!

 

I just completed a residency program and accepted a full-time position. I am in the process of accepting a PRN position as well in a different state (neighboring states). I'm trying to figure out the process. Can I have two separate state licenses with two separate supervising physicians? It seems like that would be fine, but I cant find any information on this and I dont want to start the process and later find out I have to do something completely different. Does anyone have any information on practicing in two states at once?

 

Thanks!

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Separate DEA numbers?  You're talking about state DEA, right?  Not all states have those...

every state has pa specific prescribing rules and the dea requires a different cert for each state. I have 2. call them to confirm if you like. I did before putting out the extra 731 dollars for a per diem position in another state.

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I worked two states, have two state licenses and 2 DEA licenses.  The good news for one of the DEAs is I qualified to get it for no cost because of working at a tribe, but I could only use it at the clinic I worked in.  The other employer paid for my  DEA as they were my full time job. 

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