The Mission of the Idaho Board of Nursing is to regulate nursing practice and education for the purpose of safeguarding the public health, safety, and welfare.
Establishing a Nurse Portal account is the first step for initial licensure by exam, license by endorsement, and renewals of all license types. Required external forms are on the Forms/Instructions web page. If you have questions about the Nurse Portal, contact the Board office at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WELCOME TO THE NEW NURSE PORTAL!
Click the above to launch the Idaho Nurse Portal
The Board of Nursing website is under construction. Check back often for updates. The Board appreciates your patience as we add additional resources.
To verify the status of any license, please log on to Nursys.com
If you have not already, please enroll yourself in Nursys e-notify which is a free license notification system.
Additional Renewal Information
The Idaho Board of Nursing has established the 2017 meeting dates:
January 19-20, April 20-21, July 20-21, and October 12-13, 2017
Any information to be brought before the Board must be received in the Board office one month prior to the meeting date.
2015 Idaho Nursing Overview
The 2015 Idaho Nursing Overview, produced by the Idaho Department of Labor in collaboration with Idaho's higher education institutions with funding from the Idaho Board of Nursing, provides an overview of the nursing workforce in Idaho, focusing on nurse supply and demand and reported by a number of different variables. Access the report on the IDOL website at:
The Nursys licensure and disciplinary database is the repository of data provided directly from Idaho State Board of Nursing and is primary source equivalent. Information can be found at Nursys https://www.nursys.com/LQC/LQCTerms.aspx
RN RENEWALS: Current RN licenses expire August 31, 2015. After August 31, 2015, you may renew your license; however, there will be a late fee assessed. If you have continued to practice nursing in Idaho with an expired license, an administrative fine may be assessed. For late renewal contact the Board of Nursing office at (208) 577-2476.
APRN RENEWALS: Current APRN licenses expire August 31, 2015. After August 31, 2015, there will be a late fee assessed. If you have continued to practice advanced practice professional nursing in Idaho with an expired license, an administrative fine may be assessed. Your professional nurse (RN) license must also be renewed prior to issuance of the APRN license. For late renewal contact the Board of Nursing office at (208) 577-2476.
LPN RENEWALS:The on-line renewal period for LPNs will begin June 1, 2016 and end August 31, 2016. LPNs can continue to complete late renewals until August 31, 2017, by contacting the Board of Nursing office at (208) 577-2476 for instructions.
Additional APRN Forms Available:
Continuing Education Criteria
Peer Review Policy
Temporary licenses cannot be verified from this website. Please contact the Board office at (208) 577-2476. A faxed verification of temporary licensure is available upon request.