New Hampshire Physical Therapy License Board

Obtaining your New Hampshire physical therapy license shouldn't be difficult. At Med Travelers, we've compiled the resources below to help you figure out the steps involved in obtaining a new physical therapy license or renewing an existing one. Learn more about physical therapy licensing in New Hampshire, including salary information and how to go about finding a great PT job in New Hampshire.

If you need more assistance, feel free to contact us here at Med Travelers. Our recruiters, mentors and support staff can help guide you through the process of obtaining your license and finding a PT job.

 

How to Get Your New Hampshire Physical Therapy License

The New Hampshire Office of Allied Health Professionals administers and regulates physical therapy licensing, and it does not provide a specific turnaround time, but the state's physical therapy board does review license applications on the third Wednesday of each month.

The average cost of living in New Hampshire is about on par with the average for the United States as a whole, but individual cities may be more affordable than others — for example, cities located closer to or on the coast are generally a bit more expensive to live in compared to inland areas that are more rural. Salaries in New Hampshire for physical therapists are about average and on par with other states in New England, including Massachusetts and Vermont.

New Hampshire is one of the most scenic places in the United States, so it's no wonder physical therapists are drawn to this state — whether you prefer rolling ocean waves and sandy coastline, quaint New England towns or majestic mountains, you can find plenty of places to live and work.

If you need further assistance on how to obtain your PT license in New Hampshire, please feel free to reach out to us at Med Travelers.

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


It typically takes between 1 and 10 weeks to receive your physical therapy license in New Hampshire. This is slow compared to other physical therapy licenses across the United States.

New Hampshire Physical Therapy Contact Information


Helpful Links


Address
New Hampshire Physical Therapy Governing Board
7 Eagle Square
Concord, NH 03301

Contact
Email: alliedhealth@oplc.nh.gov
Phone: (603) 271-8353
Fax: (603) 271-6702

New Hampshire Physical Therapy Salary Information

Becoming an allied traveler comes with excellent benefits, especially when you get started on your journey with Med Travelers. Travel allied professionals make an average of 20% more than a traveler in a non-allied profession. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual mean wage for physical therapists in New Hampshire is $84,610.

If you're thinking of exploring a travel physical therapy job in New Hampshire, check out the jobs Med Travelers has to offer. You can enjoy great pay, excellent benefits and exciting adventures in new places when you become a traveling physical therapist. Advance your career and meet new people when you become a physical therapist in New Hampshire with Med Travelers.

 

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