What are DEA identification numbers for physicians?

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The DEA number for physicians is 800-882-9539. Questions concerning registration with the DEA can be sent to DEA.Registration.Help@usdoj.gov. This number is for physicians that want to register and get a license to prescribe controlled substances. The DEA is the only way to get a license to prescribe the controlled substances. Along with a DEA license, or certificate, one is also needed from the same state that the physician will be practicing medicine. The acronym DEA stands for the Drug Enforcement Agency.
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