Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Frequently Asked Questions

Transition from DSHS to TDLR

  1. When did the transfer happen?
  2. Now that the transfer is complete, will I need to get a new license issued by TDLR?
  3. Have the rules changed?
  4. I was fingerprinted for my DSHS license. Do I have to be fingerprinted again?
  5. Did the supervision requirements for Licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistants change?
  6. Did the written exam process or requirements change?
  7. What is the cost of the jurisprudence exam and who administers it?
  8. I took the jurisprudence exam for my DSHS license. Do I have to retake the jurisprudence exam?
  9. Did the continuing education process or requirements change?
  10. How do I stay informed about changes impacting me?
  11. Why were licensing programs transferred from DSHS to TDLR?

Fees

  1. What are the license fees?

Applying for a License

  1. What documents need to be turned in with my application? Is licensure required?
  2. If I am completing my ASHA CFY do I still need to obtain an Intern License with TDLR?
  3. Is there reciprocity with other states?
  4. What if I completed my speech-language pathology internship in another state?
  5. What are the education requirements for licensure?
  6. If I have a Master's degree in Audiology am I able to obtain licensure as a Speech Language Pathologist?
  7. What is a Dual License?
  8. When should I fill out the Report of Completed Internship form?
  9. Am I eligible to apply for an upgrade from an Intern to a full Audiologist/ Speech Pathologist?
  10. Does my criminal history make me ineligible for licensure?
  11. I graduated with a master’s degree in communication disorders more than ten years ago.  Am I able to obtain an intern in speech-language pathology license?
  12. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders more than ten years ago. Am I able to obtain an assistant in speech-language pathology license?

Examinations

  1. Is examination required for licensure?
  2. What is a Jurisprudence Exam?
  3. I failed the praxis exam. What do I do now?

Supervision

  1. What are the supervision requirements for a licensed assistant? NEW
  2. What are the supervision requirements for a licensed intern?
  3. Who is eligible to become a supervisor?
  4. Am I able to supervisor a relative?
  5. What are the duties/responsibilities of a Supervisor?
  6. Is there a limit to the number of Interns/Assistants I can supervise?
  7. I am ending supervision with my Supervisor, do I need to notify TDLR?
  8. If an assistant is working in a clinic, does a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist need to be on-site? If so, can it be someone other than his/her own supervisor?
  9. What are the supervision requirements for an assistant in speech-language pathology?
  10. What is indirect supervision?
  11. If an assistant in speech-language pathology only works 2 weeks out of the month, does the supervisor still have to complete 8 hours of supervision for that month?
  12. I want to supervise an assistant speech-language pathologist or a speech-language pathologist intern. How do I add a supervisee to my license?

Renewing a License

  1. For how long is my license valid and when do I need to renew? NEW
  2. I need to renew my license. Where do I send my renewal application and payment?
  3. Should I wait to submit my license renewal application until I have completed my continuing education?
  4. What do I need to submit to renew my license?
  5. Do I need to take continuing education courses to renew my license?
  6. My license has expired. How long do I have to renew my license?
  7. Am I able to practice with an expired license?
  8. How long must I keep a copy of my continuing education certificate of completion?
  9. Will I receive a new certificate to be framed the first time I renew?

General

  1. What is telehealth?
  2. Can I use telehealth to provide client services?
  3. What title can I use to shorten my professional title?
  4. If I change my name or address, do I notify TDLR?
  5. Does TDLR prohibit licensees from providing certain services?
  6. How do I stay informed about changes impacting me?
  7. I am currently working under contract as a speech-language pathologist in a school district. I accepted a position with a private company and gave my two-week notice to the school district. The school district told me that it is going to file a complaint against my license for client abandonment. Can it do this? Is my license in jeopardy?
  8. Can I order a new certificate from TDLR to be framed?
  9. Are disciplinary actions posted on the TDLR web site?

Transition from DSHS to TDLR

1. When did the transfer happen?
The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) assumed all activities relating to the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists program, including licenses and renewals, customer service and enforcement, on October 3, 2016.

2. Now that the transfer is complete, will I need to get a new license issued by TDLR?
No. The license you have now, issued by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), remains valid until its expiration date. When you renew, you will receive a TDLR license.

3. Have the rules changed?
Yes, TDLR adopted rules for all of the transferred programs. Most of the newly adopted rules are very similar, but some changes have been made. The TDLR health profession rules became effective on October 1, 2016. View the rule changes and links to the TDLR rules

4. I was fingerprinted for my DSHS license. Do I have to be fingerprinted again?
No, you do not need to be fingerprinted again.

5. Did the supervision requirements for Licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistants change?
The new TDLR rule on the supervision of Licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistants may be found at Title 16, Texas Administrative Code, §111.50 (g). The rule requires:

  • at least eight hours of supervision per month;
  • at least four of the eight hours must be direct supervision;
  • at least two of the four direct supervision hours must be in person and onsite where the assistant is providing therapy; and
  • up to six of the eight hours may be via telepractice/telehealth without applying for an exception.

Direct supervision implies face-to-face observation of direct client contact at the work/clinic site. For two of the required four hours of direct supervision, the supervisor must be physically present where the therapy is occurring. For the remaining two hours, the supervisor may directly supervise the direct client contact via telepractice/telehealth. If a supervisor is not using telepractice/telehealth, all four of the direct supervision hours must be in person and onsite where the assistant is providing therapy.

Examples of in-direct supervision are other monitoring activities, such as telephone conferences with the licensed assistant, evaluating the licensed assistant’s records and correspondence, reviewing videotapes of the licensed assistant’s therapy, and discussing the licensed assistant’s performance with professional colleagues. Telepractice/telehealth may be used for in-direct supervision. For instance, a supervisor may wish to video conference with an assistant to discuss areas for improvement. This would be considered in-direct supervision because it does not occur during actual client contact.

6. Did the written exam process or requirements change?
No, the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology written exam (praxis exam) will continue to be a national exam administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).

7. What is the cost of the jurisprudence exam and who administers it?
The fee for the jurisprudence exam will now be $34 (one dollar less than at DSHS). The jurisprudence exams will continue to be administered by eStrategy Solutions, Inc. and the fee will still be payable to eStrategy Solutions, Inc.

8. I took the jurisprudence exam for my DSHS license. Do I have to retake the jurisprudence exam?
No, if you took the DSHS jurisprudence exam to receive your initial license, you will not need to retake it. However, if your profession requires you to retake the jurisprudence exam for license renewal, you will take the new TDLR version of the jurisprudence exam, which is based on the law and the TDLR rules for your profession.

9. Did the continuing education process or requirements change?
No, the continuing education process and requirements remain the same.

10. How do I stay informed about changes impacting me?
You have several options to stay connected:

  • Email updates - Sign up for email updates to receive notices about rules, the law, fees, examination requirements, meetings and more. Email updates are the best way for you to stay informed.
  • Meetings - TDLR’s advisory board and Commission meetings are available to watch online live or later at your convenience.
  • Facebook and Twitter - TDLR has a Facebook page and Twitter account dedicated to TDLR Health Professions.

11. Why were licensing programs transferred from DSHS to TDLR?
The transfer is the result of a change to Texas law. In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 202, which transferred several licensing programs from the DSHS to TDLR.

Fees

1. What are the license fees?

All fees paid to TDLR are nonrefundable.

The fees for initial licensing are:

  • Speech Language Pathologist/ Audiologist- $150
  • Intern in Speech/Audiology-$75
  • Assistant in Speech/Audiology-$ 150
  • Temporary Certificate in Speech/Audiology- $55

The fees for license renewal are:

  • Speech Language Pathologist/ Audiologist- $100
  • Intern in Speech/Audiology-$75
  • Assistant in Speech/Audiology-$100

Applying for a License

1. What documents need to be turned in with my application? Is licensure required?
Required documents for each license type may be found on the instruction page of each application, under Checklist of Required Documentation.

2. If I am completing my ASHA CFY do I still need to obtain an Intern License with TDLR?
In order to complete the required 36-week internship in Texas, an Intern in Speech-Language Pathology license is required. An intern may pursue the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Clinical Fellowship Year (ASHA CFY) simultaneously; however, approval from ASHA to begin the CFY is not a license to practice in Texas.

3. Is there reciprocity with other states?
No. In order to obtain licensure with the state of Texas you must submit an initial license application and meet the requirements for licensure.

4. What if I completed my speech-language pathology internship in another state?
Your internship may still be accepted by TDLR. If you do not hold an ASHA CCC, along with standard requirements, the applicant will have to submit a copy of the supervisor’s diploma or transcript showing a master’s degree in one of the areas of communicative sciences or disorders and either the supervisor’s valid license to practice in that state or, if that state does not require licensure, an original letter from ASHA stating the supervisor held the Certificate of Clinical Competence when the applicant completed the internship.

5. What are the education requirements for licensure?

For Speech Language Pathology:

An assistant in speech language pathology must have a baccalaureate degree with a minimum of 24 semester hours in speech-language pathology and audiology. Specifically;

  • 18 of those hours must be in speech-language pathology content;
  • 3 semester hours in language disorders; and
  • 3 semester hours in speech disorders.

An intern in speech-language pathology must have completed a master’s degree in communicative science or disorders with the applicable clinical work listed in TAC Subchapter E. 111.40.

A speech-language pathologist must meet the internship education requirements and have successfully completed the praxis exam.

  • Exam Waiver is granted to applicants who hold the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's Certificate of Clinical Competence.

For Audiology:

An assistant in audiology must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and successfully complete the approved 20-hour certification course from the Council for Accreditation of Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC).

An intern in audiology must have completed a doctoral degree in audiology or a related hearing science.

An audiologist must meet the Internship education requirements and have successfully completed the praxis exam.

  • Exam Waiver is granted to applicants who hold the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence or the ABA certification.

Temporary Certificate of Registration applicants must meet the education requirements for an intern in speech-language pathology or audiology.

6. If I have a Master's degree in Audiology am I able to obtain licensure as a Speech Language Pathologist?
An applicant who possesses a master's degree with a major in audiology and is pursuing a license in speech-language pathology may apply if TDLR has an original transcript showing completion of a master's degree with a major in audiology on file and a letter from the program director or designee of the college or university stating that the individual completed enough hours to establish a graduate-level major in speech-language pathology and would meet the academic and clinical experience requirements for a license as a speech-language pathologist.

7. What is a Dual License?
To have dual licensure means that a licensee is licensed to practice as both a speech-language pathologist and as an audiologist. These are two separate licenses and they have to be applied for separately.

8. When should I fill out the Report of Completed Internship form?
The Report of Completed Internship must be submitted within 30 days of completion of the internship.

9. Am I eligible to apply for an upgrade from an Intern to a full Audiologist/ Speech Pathologist?

Interns in speech-language pathology are eligible to upgrade when they meet the 1260-hour internship requirement and pass the praxis exam.

Interns in audiology are eligible for an upgrade when they have completed the required 1600-hour internship and passed the praxis exam.

10. Does my criminal history make me ineligible for licensure?
If you are worried your criminal history could prevent you from getting this license, Texas allows you to have your criminal history evaluated before submitting your application and non-refundable fees. Visit the Criminal History Evaluation Letter page for more information and to download the necessary forms.

11. I graduated with a master’s degree in communication disorders more than ten years ago.  Am I able to obtain an intern in speech-language pathology license?

If you have a master’s degree in communicative sciences or disorders, but the degree was conferred more than ten years ago, you must submit proof of current knowledge of the practice of speech-language pathology with your application.  TDLR will review the documentation to verify that you possess current knowledge of the practice of speech-language pathology.

Examples of proof of current knowledge may include: recently completing continuing education or other courses; holding a current license in another state; holding a current ASHA certification; writing a research paper; having letters of recommendation; having letters of good standing; or showing relevant and related work experience. This list of examples is not an exhaustive list.  TDLR will review the documentation you submit.

Please refer to §111.40(d) regarding the proof of current knowledge requirement.

12. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders more than ten years ago.  Am I able to obtain an assistant in speech-language pathology license?

If you have a baccalaureate degree with an emphasis in communicative sciences or disorders, but the degree was conferred more than ten years ago, you must submit proof of current knowledge of the practice of speech-language pathology with your application.  TDLR will review the documentation to verify that you possess current knowledge of the practice of speech-language pathology. 

Examples of proof of current knowledge may include: recently completing continuing education or other course; holding a current license in another state; writing a research paper; having letters of recommendation; having letters of good standing; or showing relevant and related work experience.  This list of examples is not an exhaustive list.  TDLR will review the documentation submitted. 

Please refer to §111.50(b)(2) regarding the proof of current knowledge requirement.

Examinations

1. Is examination required for licensure?
An applicant who currently holds the ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence or the ABA certification may be eligible for an examination waiver. There are no waivers for the Jurisprudence Examination.

2. What is a Jurisprudence Exam?
The Jurisprudence Examination is a no-fail exam administered to determine an applicant's knowledge of the Act and any other applicable laws of this state affecting the practice of speech-language pathology or audiology. The Jurisprudence Examination must be completed no more than six months prior to the date of licensure application.

3. I failed the praxis exam. What do I do now?
If you have completed your 36-weeks and 1,260 hour internship, but have not yet passed the praxis, you must apply for a Temporary Certificate of Registration. You must apply for the Temporary Certificate of Registration within 30 days of completing your internship. If issued, this certificate entitles an applicant approved for examination as required by 111.21, to practice speech-language pathology under the supervision of a TDLR-approved speech-language pathologist for a period of time ending eight weeks after the next scheduled examination.

Supervision

1. What are the supervision requirements for a licensed assistant? NEW

Supervision for assistant in speech-language pathology: The supervisor is required to provide at least 8 hours per month of supervision, at least 4 hours of which are direct and at least 2 hours of which are in-person and onsite. Telepractice/telehealth provisions may be used for up to 6 hours of supervision without requesting an Alternate Supervision Plan.

Supervision for assistant in audiology: The supervisor is required to be onsite at the assistant's employment location for at least 10 hours per week, or 40 hours per month, and provide at least 1 hour per week or 4 hours per month of direct supervision, at the location where the assistant is employed. Telepractice/telehealth provisions may be used in certain situations.

2. What are the supervision requirements for a licensed intern?

Supervision for intern in speech-language pathology: The internship will be divided into three segments with no fewer than thirty-six (36) clock hours of supervisory activities to include:

(A) six hours of in person observations per segment by TDLR-approved supervisor(s) of the intern's direct client contact at the worksite in which the intern provides screening, evaluation, assessment, habilitation, and rehabilitation; and

(B) six hours of other monitoring activities per segment with TDLR-approved supervisor(s) which may include correspondence, review of videotapes, evaluation of written reports, phone conferences with the intern, evaluations by professional colleagues. During each segment of the internship, each TDLR-approved supervisor shall conduct a formal evaluation of the intern's progress in the development of professional skills.

Supervision for intern in audiology: The supervisor shall supervise the internship, which consists of 1,600 hours of supervised clinical work. The internship shall begin after completion of all academic course work, and involves primarily clinical activities such as assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, screening, treatment, report writing, family/client consultation, and/or counseling related to the management process of individuals.

3. Who is eligible to become a supervisor?

A licensee with 2 years of professional experience in providing direct client services with at least a master’s degree with a major in one of the areas of communicative sciences or disorders. The licensee's internship year shall be counted toward the two years of experience.

A supervisor must be licensed in the same area of the intern/assistant’s license in order to supervise that intern or assistant.

4. Am I able to supervisor a relative?

A licensee may not supervise an individual who is related to the licensee within the first degree of consanguinity (licensee’s parent or child).

5. What are the duties/responsibilities of a Supervisor?

  • Verify intern or assistants license status.
  • Verify supervision has been approved by TDLR prior to beginning services.
  • Ensure that the scope of practice is appropriate for the intern/assistant.
  • Be responsible for all client services performed by assistant/intern.
  • Provide the appropriate supervision amount/type in accordance with intern/assistants license requirements.
  • Supervisors of assistants are responsible for evaluations, interpretation, and case management.
  • Supervisors cannot designate anyone other than a licensed speech-language pathologist or intern in speech-language pathology to represent speech-language pathology to an Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) meetings.

6. Is there a limit to the number of Interns/Assistants I can supervise?

Yes:

  • For speech-language pathology supervisors, no more than 4 assistants and/or interns at a time.
  • A supervisor in audiology cannot supervise more than 2 interns and/or assistants if an assistant holds a high school diploma or equivalent; or no more than 4 assistants and/or interns if the assistant(s) holds a bachelor’s degree.

7. I am ending supervision with my Supervisor. Do I need to notify TDLR?

Yes:

  • If you are an Assistant: You may not practice without supervision. Your supervisor is required to notify TDLR of any changes in supervision. Your supervisor may use the online supervisee system to delete you from his/her license, or he/she may submit a letter to TDLR stating termination of supervision. Your new proposed supervisor must submit a new Supervisory Responsibility Statement (either using the online system or a paper form) to TDLR for approval in order for you to continue to practice.
  • If you are an Intern: You must submit a completed Report of Completed Internship form to TDLR within 30 days of terminated supervision. If you are continuing your internship under a new supervisor, your new proposed supervisor must submit a new Intern Plan and Agreement of Supervision form, using either the online system or the paper form.

8. If an assistant is working in a clinic, does a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist need to be on-site? If so, can it be someone other than his/her own supervisor?
If an assistant in speech-language pathology is working in a clinic, a licensed speech-language pathologist does not need to be on-site the entire time.

9. What are the supervision requirements for an assistant in speech-language pathology?

A supervisor of an assistant in speech-language pathology must provide a total of 8 hours of supervision per month. Four hours must be direct supervision, and up to four hours may be indirect supervision.

Indirect supervision would include monitoring activities, such as telephone conferences with the licensed assistant, evaluating the licensed assistant's records and correspondence, reviewing videotapes of the licensed assistant's therapy, and discussing the licensed assistant's performance with professional colleagues. Telepractice/telehealth may be used for in-direct supervision. For instance, a supervisor may wish to video conference with an assistant to discuss areas for improvement.

Two hours of the direct supervision must occur on-site, in-person. This means the supervisor must be physically present where the therapy is occurring. The supervisor must be directly observing the assistant in speech-language pathology providing client services. The supervisor may not be doing something else at the same time as the supervision. For the remaining two hours, the supervisor may directly supervise the direct client contact via telepractice/telehealth. If a supervisor is not using telepractice/telehealth, all four of the direct supervision hours must be in-person and onsite where the assistant is providing therapy.

10. What is indirect supervision?
Indirect supervision would include monitoring activities, such as telephone conferences with the licensed assistant, evaluating the licensed assistant's records and correspondence, reviewing videotapes of the licensed assistant's therapy, and discussing the licensed assistant's performance with professional colleagues. Telepractice/telehealth may be used for in-direct supervision. For instance, a supervisor may wish to video conference with an assistant to discuss areas for improvement.

11. If an assistant in speech-language pathology only works 2 weeks out of the month, does the supervisor still have to complete 8 hours of supervision for that month?
A supervisor must provide 8 hours of supervision each month: 4 hours of direct supervision and 4 hours of indirect supervision. The supervision requirements are not prorated for shorter periods of time. An assistant in speech-language pathology must receive 8 hours of supervision per month, even if they only work two weeks.

12. I want to supervise an assistant speech-language pathologist or a speech-language pathologist intern. How do I add a supervisee to my license?
If you are a licensed speech-language pathologist and are eligible to supervise, you may add a supervisee to your license in one of two ways.  

Option 1: Apply online. The online system allows supervisors to add or delete assistant and intern supervisees if the assistant or intern is currently licensed. The online system is not available for supervisees who have not been issued a license. Read detailed instructions for the online system.

Option 2: Submit the paper form.

You may only supervise a total of four assistants and/or interns. 

Renewing a License

1. For how long is my license valid and when do I need to renew?

All licenses are issued licenses for 2 years, except as noted below:

Intern licenses are valid for one year and are renewable up to 3 times for a total licensure period of 48 months.

Temporary Certificate of Registration Licenses are issued for 8 weeks and are not renewable.

Licenses are eligible for renewal 60 days prior to expiration.

2. I need to renew my license. Where do I send my renewal application and payment?
The best way to renew a license is to renew online.

3. Should I wait to submit my license renewal application until I have completed my continuing education?
No. You may file your renewal application at any time during your renewal period. We encourage you to file the application early so your license won’t expire and you won’t have to pay late renewal fees. To renew and maintain continuous licensure, the license holder must complete all of the renewal requirements, including continuing education requirements, prior to the expiration of the license. A complete renewal application, along with applicable fees, must be filed with TDLR or postmarked prior to license expiration to avoid payment of a late renewal fee. Any continuing education that is required to be fulfilled as part of the renewal application must be completed prior to the license expiration date to avoid payment of a late renewal fee.

4. What do I need to submit to renew my license?
A completed license renewal application and the applicable fee are required for all license types. Proof of completion of continuing education is required if you are selected for audit upon renewal.

5. Do I need to take continuing education courses to renew my license?

Interns in speech-language pathology must complete 10 clock hours with 1 clock hour being in ethics.

Full Licensees and Assistants must complete 20 hours of continued education with 2 clock hours being in ethics.

Dual Licensees are required to complete 30 hours of continuing education with 2 clock hours being in ethics.

6. My license has expired. How long do I have to renew my license?

A late renewal, if available, means the license holder will have an unlicensed period from the expiration date of the expired license to the issuance date of the renewed license. During the unlicensed period, a person may not perform any act that requires a license under this chapter or the chapter governing the specific program. Licenses may be eligible for late renewal with the following fees:

(a) A person whose license has been expired for 90 days or less may renew the license by paying a late renewal fee equal to 1 and 1/2 times the renewal fee.

(b) A person whose license has been expired for more than 90 days but less than 18 months may renew the license by paying a late renewal fee equal to two times the renewal fee.

(c) A person whose license has been expired for more than 18 months but less than three years may request that the executive director approve the license by submitting information sufficient to show just cause for the late renewal and paying to TDLR a renewal fee equal to two times the normally required renewal fee.

(d) A person paying a late renewal fee is not required to pay the renewal fee in addition to the late renewal fee.

7. Am I able to practice with an expired license?
No. There is no longer a 60-day grace period for expired licenses.

8. How long must I keep a copy of my continuing education certificate of completion?
Licensees are required to keep a copy of the continuing education certificate for two years after the date of course completion.

9. Will I receive a new certificate to be framed the first time I renew?
Yes. Upon your first renewal at TDLR, you will receive a new certificate and a new wallet card.

General

1. What is telehealth?
Telehealth is the use of telecommunications and information technologies for the exchange of information from one site to another for the provision of speech-language pathology or audiology services to a client from a provider.

2. Can I use telehealth to provide client services?
Please refer to TAC 111.212 and 111.213 for the requirements for the use of telehealth and restrictions.

3. What title can I use to shorten my professional title?

Assistants in speech-language pathology may use "Assistant SLP" or “SLP Assistant" to shorten their professional title.

As an Intern in speech-language pathology, you may use “Intern SLP” OR “SLP Intern.”

4. If I change my name or address, do I notify TDLR?
Yes, you need to notify TDLR in writing. Download the Notice of Change and Duplicate License Request form (79KB PDF).

5. Does TDLR prohibit licensees from providing certain services?
A licensee is only authorized to a specific scope of practice as stated in the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists law and rules.

6. How do I stay informed about changes impacting me?
Sign up for email updates to receive the latest news and information.

7. I am currently working under contract as a speech-language pathologist in a school district. I accepted a position with a private company and gave my two-week notice to the school district. The school district told me that it is going to file a complaint against my license for client abandonment. Can it do this? Is my license in jeopardy?

TDLR does not regulate employment contracts or employer/employee issues related to speech-language pathology. There is no TDLR rule related to client abandonment due to termination of employment.

Anyone may file a complaint, but if the alleged violation is not an actual violation of program rules, then the complaint should not result in a disciplinary action. Please note that professional associations may have different policies related to client abandonment and they should be contacted directly for more information on their policies.

8. Can I order a new certificate from TDLR to be framed?
Yes. Download the duplicate license request form. Submit the completed form and the fee to the address on the form.

9. Are disciplinary actions posted on the TDLR web site?

Disciplinary actions are posted on our web site once final orders have been processed. View disciplinary actions now.

To view disciplinary actions taken under Department of State Health Services, please submit an open records request.