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Bureau of Professional Licensure

Iowa Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers

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Board Announcements

The written licensure examination has been discontinued, and the Board no longer receives exam fees from applicants.

Select the Application Process & Form link on the left side of the page to access Information about the ONLINE Licensure Examination.

Online Services

You may access the online services page by clicking https://IBPLicense.iowa.gov/

The new system will allow individuals to complete the following tasks:

· Apply for initial licensure

· Renew your license

· Reactivate your license

· Request a license verification

· Change your address

· Attach documents to your license

· File a complaint

· List of licensees

Who We Are

The Iowa Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers evaluates the qualifications of applicants for licensure and grants licenses to those who qualify.

The Board establishes rules and regulations to ensure the integrity and competence of licensed Hearing Aid Dispensers and investigates complaints for unprofessional conduct.

The Board is the link between the consumer and the licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser, as such, promotes the public health, welfare and safety.

Licensees are responsible for meeting all licensure requirements and should review the rules carefully and frequently. Select Laws and Rule listed on the left and scroll through the Rules for detailed information about Licensure Definitions, Licensure Renewal, Reactivation and other important content specific to this profession.

Contact Information: (515) 281-0254

Online License Verification

The professional boards within the Bureau of Professional Licensure require primary source verification of credentials prior to issuing a license in this state. The Bureau is responsible for maintaining all of the information on the website, including licensure information and public disciplinary action. The information provided on the website is the same information provided through verbal and mail verification, and is true and complete to the best of our knowledge. The Bureau believes this site is appropriate for verification information. Licensure information on the above website is updated instantly upon entering new information.

Address & Name Changes

Licensees must notify the board of a change of name or current mailing address within 30 days after the change occurs. Failure to notify the board of changes may result in your license being placed on inactive status.

For more information, go the Address & Name Changes page listed on the left.