LPN Education and Certification New Hampshire

If you want to work as a licensed practical nurse in New Hampshire you must obtain a license from the state. Licenses here are obtained through the New Hampshire Board of Nursing.

To qualify for a license you must earn your LPN degree, pass the NCLEX-PN exam and become CPR certified. When you apply for a license you will need to pay an $85 fee and submit a copy of your LPN school transcript.

In New Hampshire you must renew your LPN license every two years. To renew your license you must participate in 30 credit hours of continuing education classes that are approved by the New Hampshire Board of Nursing. You must also do 400 hours of practice within the previous four years, complete a national nursing exam or participate in a reentry program that is approved by the board.

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