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State License during Residency?

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Connecticut has a PA resident training permit; they are in the same category as physician and dental residents. This allows you to begin rotations as a resident before passing the PANCE or obtaining full licensure. Most programs will expect you to still pass your PANCE and obtain your full license as soon as you are eligible.

 

 

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Connecticut has a PA resident training permit; they are in the same category as physician and dental residents. This allows you to begin rotations as a resident before passing the PANCE or obtaining full licensure. Most programs will expect you to still pass your PANCE and obtain your full license as soon as you are eligible.

 

 

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That must be pretty new- kinda cool.  Are they able to obtain a DEA cert?

 

In answer to original question- you're practicing medicine, so yes you will need a license of some type 

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That must be pretty new- kinda cool.  Are they able to obtain a DEA cert?

 

In answer to original question- you're practicing medicine, so yes you will need a license of some type 

 

It's actually been on the books for years as far as I know, courtesy of the Norwalk surgical residency; I think CT may be the only state with PA residents formally recognized in regulation.  The residents are allowed to use the institutional DEA number, just like the MD residents.  Here's a link with more info:

 

http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3121&q=543188

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