Delaware Veterinarian Licensing Requirements and more

What can a relief vet or tech get paid?

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Over 500 vets and over 100 techs responded to our 2022 survey about relief rates.

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  • We specifically did not ask members what they charge themselves. We know people can be shy about disclosing that info, so we focused on their understanding of typical rates.
  • Participants were permitted to respond for multiple states, as relief professionals may work in multiple states.

 

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GENERAL PRACTICE RELIEF TECHS: 18 RESPONSES.
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How do I get licensed as a veterinarian?

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Requirements for veterinary practice in Delaware:
Here’s a quick overview of the veterinary licensing requirements for the state of Delaware. *Last updated 08.25.22.

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The quick details:
fee: $190
licensing period: 1 year
Continuing education (ce) requirements: 24 hours biennially

Are the following available?
temporary license: yes
reciprocity: yes

Are the following accepted?
Foreign Grads – AVMA ECFVG or PAVE: yes

Are the following documents required?
resume: no
transcripts: yes
professional references: no

Are the following personal checks required?

background check: no
verification of active practice: no
proof of citizenship/alien status: yes

Are the following educational items required?

NAVLE or NBE & CCT – VIVA Score: yes
Certificate of Veterinary Medical Education/Diploma: yes
Grad of AVMA Approved College of Vet Med: yes
license verification/letter of good standing: yes
jurisprudence exam: no

What about DEA licensing and other important details?

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We have so much information on this that it’s impossible to organize it neatly on this page.

So we organized a multi-page document covering Delaware Prescription Drug Monitoring Protocols (PDMP), prescriptions and dispensing, telemedicine, Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationships (VCPR), and permits.

We also include additional information on veterinary professional licensing, state licensing, recordkeeping, permits, and continuing education.

CLICK HERE to access our exclusive document on Delaware state regulations

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