• Get you nurse license in Ohio

    Begin Traveling with an Ohio Nursing License

    Nurses travel to Ohio to work in top-rated healthcare facilities and experience a four-season paradise. This beautiful Midwestern state offers something for everyone—from nationally-ranked sports teams and endless outdoor pursuits to lively restaurant scenes, craft breweries, family-friendly amusement parks and cultural landmarks like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    Ohio boasts a low cost of living and great quality of life, whether you prefer small towns or medium to large cities. The state’s central location also puts travel RNs within a day’s drive of some of the country’s most-visited destinations.

    In order to work here, though, you’ll need to get your Ohio RN license.

    Getting an Ohio nursing license is easy with American Mobile. We help you get ready to work in The Buckeye State and take advantage of high-paying travel nursing jobs, including some that are exclusive to American Mobile travel nurses.

    We’ll guide you through every step of the process, and may even reimburse your Ohio Board of Nursing license fees.

    How to Apply for an Ohio Nursing License

    If you have a nursing license in another state or U.S. territory, you can apply for your nursing license in Ohio by reciprocity (also known as endorsement) through the Ohio Board of Nursing. All license applications must be submitted online.

    The Ohio Board of Nursing requires nurses applying for licensure by endorsement to:

    • Register on the Ohio eLicense 3.0 System to create an account
    • Complete the online RN application and pay the $75 fee*
    • Verify original nursing license by examination and current nursing license(s)
    • Submit completed fingerprint cards for criminal background checks
    • Provide certified nursing school transcripts, sent directly from the school
    • Complete 2 contact hours of CE on Ohio nursing practice; see Board website for approved courses and providers

    Multi-State Licenses and the Nurse Licensure Compact

    Ohio is not part of the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC), the multistate agreement that allows nurses in more than 30 states to work across state lines without getting an additional license. Travel nurses with a compact state license will still need to apply for Ohio RN licensure by endorsement.

    How Long Does it take to get an Ohio Nursing License by Endorsement?

    Getting your nursing license in Ohio will normally take around 6 weeks from the date your complete application is submitted.

    Travel nurses can ensure the fastest turnaround by working with American Mobile’s licensing team and following our streamlined process. We also assist with temporary nursing licenses if needed for a travel assignment.

    Our licensing team helps with:

    • Instructions for completing forms and submitting supplemental information
    • Tracking systems to ensure timeliness and accuracy of your application
    • Availability to answer questions and troubleshoot when necessary
    • *Reimbursement for licensing fees in many cases (submit form to hear from a recruiter)

    How to Renew Your Nursing License in Ohio

    Ohio nursing licenses renew every two years. You can renew online via Ohio’s online licensing portal and pay the renewal fee of $65.

    RNs and LPNs must complete at least 24 contact hours of continuing education (CE) to renew an Ohio nursing license. If you have been licensed by endorsement for a year or less prior to your first Ohio license renewal, the CE requirement drops to at least 12 contact hours, instead of 24.

    Ready to Work in the Buckeye State?

    The team at American Mobile is available to answer questions, find your ideal assignment and help you through the process of obtaining your Ohio nursing license.

    Just complete the form on this page to get started!

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