IPMA Newsletter


Illinois Podiatric Leaders Attended Annual Meeting and Elected Next Years Officers. 


The Illinois Podiatric Medical Association (IPMA) held its annual business meeting on Friday, October 14th at the Hyatt Lodge in Oak Brook, Illinois. 115 registered to attend the conference, 34 exhibitors, 89 members voted in the election. The IPMA is pleased to announce the 2022-2023 Board of Directors.

 The list of Officers and Board members, Complimentary IPMA CE sessions and license renewal details.

2022-2023 IPMA Board of Directors

President: Patrick Sanchez, DPM

President Elect: Sev Hrywnak, DPM

Vice President: Thomas Nordquist, DPM

Treasurer: Kellen Cohn, DPM

Secretary: Peter Lovato, DPM

Immediate Past President: Ashley Lee, DPM


Director At Large: Nicholas Alianello, DPM

Director At Large: Bart Beaver, DPM

Director At Large: Nathanial George, DPM

Director At Large: Lauren McCarthy, DPM

Director At Large: Patrick McEneaney, DPM

Director At Large: Doug Pacaccio, DPM

Director At Large: Deep Shah, DPM

Director At Large: Rimi Statkus, DPM


APMA Delegate 2023: Jondelle Jenkins, DPM

APMA Delegate 2024: Diana Rogers, DPM

APMA Delegate 2024: David Yeager, DPM

APMA Delegate 2025: Sabrina Landers, DPM

APMA Delegate 2025: Ada Paolucci, DPM

APMA Delegate 2025: Marlene Reid, DPM

APMA Delegate 2025 Frank Rottier, DPM



 IPMA CME Offerings
The IPMA will be offering members the following complimentary webinars:


  • You Don't Know What You Think You Know: Bias in Medicine, Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Presented by Janet Simon, DPM

Click Here to register 

  • Sexual Harassment 101 Hosted, on demand by PICA, click the link below, listen to the presentation, and answer the required questions to receive your CE Certificate from PICA.


  • Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias, Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Presented by Sev Hrywnak, DPM

Click Here to register 


License Renewal Information

License renewal occurs preceding January 31 of each odd- number year (01/31/2023). For additional information follow the below links





Continuing Education Hour Requirement

  1. Every renewal applicant who applies for renewal of a license as a podiatric physician must complete 100 hours of continuing education (CE) relevant to the practice of podiatric medicine.
  2. A prerenewal period is the 24. Months preceding January of each odd- numbered year.
  3. A renewal applicant is not required to comply with CE requirements for the first renewal.
  4. Podiatric physicians licensed in Illinois by residing and practicing in other states must comply with the CE requirement set for in this section.
  5. OPIOD Requirement- 3 hours on safe opioid prescribing practices  Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation

Podiatric Administrative Code: Podiatric Medical Licensing Board - State of Illinois 


Podiatry CME State Requirements

Find your state in the table below to see how many CME Credits your State requires, when your next renewal date is, and how many you can earn online (revised: August 2022)