Board of Nursing

LPN LICENSE RENEWAL UNDERWAY!

LPN licenses expire May 31, 2014. Approximately 25,000 renewal postcards were mailed to LPNs in early March. The postcard provides the nurse with online renewal instructions. You must either renew online or with a paper renewal. If you did not receive your postcard or need a paper renewal, complete this form and mail or fax it to our office. It takes up to five business days to renew a license. You will not be issued a new wallet-sized card when your license is renewed. To verify your renewal, you need to click on Search QuickConfirm at www.nursys.com. Once you find your record in this system, you have the option of downloading a report that you can save or print. This report can be retained in your records and/or given to your employer as evidence of license renewal.



Veterans - learn about reimbursement for your licensing examination fees.

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Missouri Health Professionals Registry

The Department of Health and Senior Services recently launched the online version of its Missouri Health Professionals Registry. The registry will help to improve Missouri's health care system for nurses and patients across the state. Your input will allow the state to learn where nurses and other health professionals are practicing in Missouri today and where the need will be tomorrow. The registry will also help reveal education and resource needs of Missouri nurses so that you can continue to grow in your careers. The Board of Nursing encourages you to register today!


License Suspension Due to Tax Compliance Law 324.010, RSMo

All persons applying for or renewing licenses with the Division of Professional Registration are required to have paid all state income taxes, and to have filed all necessary state income tax returns for the preceding three years. Discipline (including suspension due to the tax compliance law) may be found on each individual's record using the Licensee Search link located above or by searching at www.nursys.com.