New Hampshire Occupational Therapy License Board

Exciting opportunities are within your reach once you acquire your occupational therapy license in New Hampshire. With a higher share of OT jobs than the national average, this state offers ample opportunities to work in school, hospital, outpatient and nursing care settings throughout the region.

Before you can get started as an OT in New Hampshire, you must apply for a license to practice. Bookmark this page for key information about obtaining your license, average salaries and landing a great job. If you'd like some expert insight into the jobs available to you, feel free to reach out to our recruiters, who help place occupational therapists across the country.


How to Get Your New Hampshire Occupational Therapy License

OTs who want to work in New Hampshire must ask the Occupational Therapy Governing Board to send an application packet, as forms are not available on the website. Processing times for applications vary, so get your paperwork in as early as possible.

The annual mean salary for occupational therapists in New Hampshire is less than the national average. The cost of living is more expensive than the United States average, but residents don't pay sales tax. OTs who want to stretch their dollars can opt to work as travel occupational therapists and offset housing expenses with free accommodation or a housing allowance.

Boasting beautiful mountain ranges, picturesque countryside and coastal beaches, New Hampshire is the consummate destination for allied health professionals who enjoy nature and a laid-back vibe. Call or message our recruiters, who can connect you to a broad range of OT jobs in New Hampshire and help you obtain your license.


How long does it take to receive your occupational therapy license in New Hampshire?


There's no set timeframe for receiving your occupational therapy license in New Hampshire. Once licensure applications have been reviewed for completeness, they're ratified at monthly board meetings.

New Hampshire occupational therapy contact information

Helpful Links

Occupational Therapy Governing Board
7 Eagle Square
Concord, NH 03301

Phone: (603) 271-8353
Fax: (603) 271-6702

New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the annual mean salary for occupational therapists in New Hampshire is $81,140, which is below the national average. However, travel OT professionals interested in filling staffing gaps with their valuable skills can often enhance their income by up to 20% compared to staff therapists.

If you want to see different parts of the country, a travel therapy career is a great option. You receive comprehensive health benefits, free housing, travel reimbursement and a retirement plan. Take a look at some of the job opportunities currently open to occupational therapists, and submit your application to Med Travelers today.



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