Official Government Website

COVID-19 Temporary Licenses

The Idaho Board of Nursing has temporarily revised the process for the applications listed below in response to Governor Little’s proactive emergency declaration on March 13, 2020 to aid in the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) response effort in Idaho. This emergency declaration has been extended for 30 days effective October 5, 2020. For the most current declaration please visit; https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/proclamation_emergency-declaration_100520.pdf

COVID-19 Temporary Licenses, when issued, are active for up to 90 days. Expiration dates for temporary licenses are not automatically extended. If you would like to request your temporary license be extended, please submit a written request to info@ibn.idaho.gov.

Idaho Board of Nursing Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
Current Nursing Student
Inactive Idaho Licensed Nurse
Senior Nursing Student or Recent Graduate
LPN or RN Without an Idaho or Multi-State License
APRN Licensed in a State Other Than Idaho

Upcoming Events

Nov
5-6
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Nov 11
Nov 26
Meetings are open to the public and will be convened at the location listed on the individual event page. Any information regarding matters to be brought before the Board for consideration or decision-making must be received in the Board office one month prior to the meeting date.
The Idaho Board of Nursing elevates the practice of nursing by regulating, supporting, and empowering nurses to perform at the highest level of their licensure to protect the public’s health, safety and well-being.
current statistics
24,682

RN Licenses

3,072

LPN Licenses

2,833

APRN Licenses

ver: 3.4.0 | last updated: