As health care attorneys, we at Chapman Law Group have assisted many health professionals with a broad range of licensing, student licensing, residency, general certification, fellowship certification and specialty certification issues, as well as professional licensing for nearly all health professions governed by the Public Health Code.
Among the professionals we help:
- Athletic trainers
- Dietetics and nutrition experts
- Marriage and family therapists
- Massage therapists
- Medical practitioners
- Nursing practitioners
- Occupational therapists
- Osteopathic medicine and surgery
- Physical therapists
- Podiatric medical professionals and surgeons
- Respiratory care workers
- Social workers
- Speech pathologists
- Veterinary medicine practitioners
Our health care lawyers are experienced in dealing with all of the licensing bodies regulated by the Public Health Code. We know what the boards are looking for and what information you will need to prepare and present to them, so that you may put yourself in the best light possible.
We have a long, strong track record at administrative hearings and we have assisted a number of health care professionals obtain their licenses — even after convictions, professional misconduct, substance abuse issues and professional negligence.
Our Florida offices are in Sarasota and Miami. We serve the full state of Florida, including healthcare practitioners in Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, Orlando, Gainesville, West Palm Beach, Sarasota, and Lakeland, as well as counties and regions including Miami-Dade County, Brevard County, Hillsborough County, Broward County, Pinellas County, Escambia County, Duval County, and Orange County.
Our Michigan office is in Troy. We represent health care practitioners in cities, counties, and communities including Detroit, Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Grand Rapids, Troy, Lansing, Flint, Saginaw, Midland, Bay City, Kalamazoo, Muskegon, Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Genesee County, St. Clair County, and Washtenaw County.
Remember, if you are denied licensure initially because of your criminal conviction or unique personal circumstance, it will be increasingly difficult to subsequently receive licensure. That’s why you should seek counsel of a qualified professional licensing attorney — a Chapman Law Group attorney. Call us today for a consultation.