Maryland Public Information Act

Information about the Maryland Public Information Act, which is codified at Md. Code Ann., General Provisions § 4-101, et seq., can be found on the Maryland Attorney General's webpage​.

If you wish to request public information from the Maryland Board of Nursing, you must submit a written request to the ​Custodian of Records:

Rhonda Scott, JD, BSN, CRNI, SD-CLTC
Executive Director and Custodian of Records
Maryland Board of Nursing
4140 Patterson Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
(410) 585-1923 (telephone) (email) (Internet Access)

The following information is available immediately on the Board's website without the need for a formal request:

  • Name of Licensee/Certificate Holder
  • License/Certificate #
  • License/Certificate Type
  • License/Certificate Status
  • License/Certificate Issue Date
  • License/Certificate Expiration Date
  • License/Certificate Date of Last Renewal
  • Method by which License/Certificate was Obtained
  • Educational Information of Licensee/Certificate Holder
  • Final Public Disciplinary Orders


To access this information via the Board's website, please click here.​

updated 10/27/2023

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