Maryland Physical Therapy License Board

If you're ready to advance your career with an enriching physical therapy job in Maryland, you need to apply for state licensure. Once you receive it, you can care for patients in a variety of healthcare settings throughout the state. To help you begin, we've put together details about how to apply for your Maryland physical therapy license, estimated processing times, average PT salaries and job opportunities.

Whether you live in Maryland and want to work close to home or are interested in traveling to this picturesque corner of the country, our team of staffing specialists is ready to assist. Please get in touch if you have questions or are ready to start your physical therapy job search and licensure process.

 

How to Get Your Maryland Physical Therapist License

Your application for licensure must be submitted to the Maryland Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. Completed applications usually take one to two weeks to process. While physical therapists in the state earn a mean annual salary that's close to the national average, the cost of living in Maryland is higher than other parts of the country. Travel physical therapists can offset some of these costs with furnished accommodation or a housing allowance.

Working in Maryland puts you in one of the top six best states to live in, as named by U.S. News. This highly desirable destination offers a diverse landscape to work and play in, from rugged mountain retreats to the serene splendor of the Eastern Shore. Our staffing specialists are happy to help you find a physical therapy job that complements your skills and assist you through the licensure process.

 

How long does it take to receive your physical therapy license in Maryland?


It typically takes between one and two weeks to receive your physical therapy license in Maryland. This is fast compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.

Maryland physical therapy contact information


Helpful Links


Address

Maryland Department of Health
Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
4201 Patterson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215-2299

Contact
Email: deborah.jackson@maryland.gov
Phone: (410) 764-4718
Fax: (410) 358-1183

Maryland Physical Therapist Salary Information

Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. Physical therapists in Maryland earn an average annual salary of $89,890. Allied travel salaries usually come in at 20% more than staff salaries. You also receive free housing, travel reimbursement, health benefits, life insurance, a retirement plan and referral bonuses.

Pursue a fulfilling physical therapy career in Maryland and explore the state's captivating attractions at the same time. Our recruiters receive new postings daily, so sign up for job alerts to be the first to learn about positions that meet your needs. If you're excited to get started, submit your application today.

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