Beginning on Friday October 16,
2020, the Maryland Board of Nursing will reopen to the public for DOCUMENT
DROP OFF ONLY. You may drop off applications and other documents
between the hours of 9:00 am and 4:00 pm daily. Please have all
documents copied prior to dropping them off as we will be unable to copy them
All documents must be in a sealed envelope with your name clearly
printed and attention to the appropriate department.
Please note the lobby remains closed
to the public. All other services will be provided by appointment only. If
you require in-person assistance with your license or certification,
you must request an appointment (by email only) with
the appropriate department by using the emails links listed below:
If you are requesting an
appointment, you must include "APPOINTMENT" in
the subject line of the email or your request will not be processed. Once your
request is reviewed, you will be contacted by a department specialist
with the next available appointment date and time. You must respond to
that email in order to confirm the appointment or the date will not be
Contact the Board by Email:
COVID-19 Access to Justice Task Force - Surviving Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation Committee Health Care Provider Survey Information
Board of Nursing Vacancy Announcement.
Board membership has vacancies for Baccalaureate Nurse Educator positions. Applications will be accepted until filled.
Notice to graduates of Radians College Nursing Program:
Please be advised that on June 30, 2020, the Maryland Board of Nursing reviewed documentation regarding the Radians College Nursing Program, an RN and LPN education program formerly located at 1025 Vermont Avenue, Suite 200, Washington, DC (a closed nursing program, no longer in operation), and determined that Radians College Nursing Program is NOT substantially equivalent to the RN and PN education programs approved in Maryland. As a result, graduates of Radians College Nursing Program’s RN and PN education programs DOES NOT meet minimum qualifications for full RN and PN licensure in Maryland.
From the Secretary of Health 7.2.2020
Amended Order summary:
to graduates of Capscare Academy for Health Care Education nursing education program:
The Maryland Board of Nursing reviewed documentation submitted by Capscare Academy for Health Care Education and determined that it is NOT substantially equivalent to the RN education program approved in Maryland.
Graduates of Capscare Academy for Health Care Education’s RN education program DO NOT meet minimum qualifications for full RN licensure in Maryland at this time.
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