DEA identification numbers for physicians provide proof of certification in DEA registration in exchanges involving controlled medications. DEA registration gives physicians the federal authority to handle controlled med... More » Business & Finance Careers

An individual member of the general public should contact a state's medical board to find out if a physician has a Drug Enforcement Administration number or registration, recommends the United States Drug Enforcement Adm... More » Government & Politics Public Records

Though the DEA does not release information such as a specific doctor's DEA number, there are ways to verify if a physician is licensed with the DEA and obtain other relevant information. More » Government & Politics Public Records
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The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration does not release doctors' DEA numbers to the general pubic, reports the DEA. The best way to find out if a doctor is registered with the DEA is to contact the state medical board.... More » Government & Politics Law Enforcement

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