• Get your nursing license in Idaho

    Getting Your Idaho Nursing License: All You Need to Know to Start Working in The Gem State

    There’s many reasons why Idaho is known as “The Gem” of the states. This northwestern state offers beautiful mountain ranges, towering pine trees and peaceful rivers, while also providing the best of big city living with places like Boise and Coeur d'Alene.

    Founded in 1780, Massachusetts is not only one of the older states in the Union, but it is also the most populous state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. Travel nurses looking to take an assignment in “The Bay State” will find there are plenty of opportunities here, with several major hospitals and medical centers. In fact, seven Massachusetts hospitals made Newsweek's 2019 list of the world's best hospitals.

    Travel nurses can enjoy the outdoor adventures and city activities when they obtain their Idaho nursing license and start a travel nursing assignment!

    American Mobile can help you get your nursing license in Idaho and answer all of your questions on how to apply for a license. With our help, you can begin to explore all of the many things Idaho has to offer in no time.

    How to Apply for Idaho Nursing License - Your Step-by-Step Guide to Success

    The first stop on your journey to get your proper license should be the Idaho Board of Nursing. Here, you will find all of the forms and information you need to find out how to apply, how to renew, and how to verify your Idaho nursing license. The IBN makes it very easy to apply by having all of the resources available and online:

    Apply for Licensure in Idaho

    • Step 1: Click on the link to the Idaho Nurse portal.
    • Step 2: Create your online account.
    • Step 2: Create your online account.
    • Step 4: Read the instructions, complete the application and submit your application!

    Types of Idaho Nurse License Applications:

    • - License by examination (new applicants)
    • License by endorsement / equivalent (requires verification of existing state license, 2 years of experience, and education/NCLEX requirements)
    • Renewals

    A permanent Idaho nurse license is usually issued in about 8 weeks and a temporary license is issued in approximately 4 weeks. There is a $110 application fee for a license.

    Renewing your license can also be done online. Nursing licenses in Idaho are renewed on a biennial basis, and professional nurses (RN) are on odd-numbered years.

    Licenses expire on August 31st of the applicable year, and the fee for renewing prior to the expiration date is $90.00 and must be paid in full. If you renew after August 31st, you will be fined a $35.00 late fee.

    Idaho is a Nursing Compact State!

    Idaho has been part of the The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) since 2001! The NLC allows RNs who reside in and hold a multi-state license in one Compact state, the ability and privilege to practice nursing in other NLC states, without holding additional licenses in those states.

    If you are an RN who already holds and NLC license in another state besides Idaho, you can start looking for a travel nurse assignment today! To find out if your state is part of the NLC, visit the link above.

    Connect with American Mobile to Fast Track Your Nursing License in Idaho

    Do you still have questions about obtaining your proper credentials?

    Not to worry, American Mobile is here to help with your application, renewal or even to verify your nursing license. In some cases, we can even pay the fees associated with your Idaho nursing license. It doesn’t get much better than that.

    Licensing and renewal information is just a click-away. Take some time to complete your American Mobile job application to be considered for travel nursing jobs in the great state of Idaho--where you’ll find much more than just potatoes!

  • Get Your Idaho Nursing License and Begin Travel Nursing!

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