Podiatry Advisory Board
The new Podiatric Medical Examiners Advisory Board will consist of nine members appointed by the Governor:
- Six members who are licensed in Texas to practice podiatry and have been actively engaged in the practice of podiatry for the five years preceding appointment; and
- Three members who represent the public.
A person is not eligible for appointment as a public member of the advisory board if the person or the person's spouse:
- Is registered, certified, or licensed by an occupational regulatory agency in the field of health care
- Is employed by or participates in the management of a business entity or other organization regulated by TDLR or receiving funds from TDLR
- Owns or controls, directly or indirectly, more than a 10 percent interest in a business entity or other organization regulated by TDLR or receiving funds from TDLR, or
- Uses or receives a substantial amount of tangible goods, services, or funds from TDLR, other than reimbursement authorized by law for advisory board membership, attendance, or expenses
The duties of the advisory board include providing advice and recommendations to TDLR on technical matters relevant to the administration of the Podiatry Program.
If you are interested in serving on the Podiatric Medical Examiners Advisory Board, please contact the Governor’s Appointment Office.