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- Aug 10, '05 by JudithL_in_NHQuote from goddess66Actually, the statute doesn't specify a length of service. My dau was reimbursed by the state after only three weeks--she filed the paperwork the day after she started working as an LNA.NH does reimburse you for any tuition spent after 6 months of work in a facility. Good luck!
- Jan 22, '06 by RanMyQuote from wannaBEanRNI found this site very useful when I was waiting for my license. I knew weeks before it arrived and where ever you apply will be able to look you up as well. Hope it helps! http://www.nhlicenses.nh.gov/I finished my first semester of my ADN program, so I sent off my paperwork with a letter from my school, stating that I had completed so many hours in Fundamentals, and now I can get my LNA license.
Does anyone know how long it takes the state to respond? I had to send another form, notarized, to the State Police for a criminal background check. I have to wait until the BON gets that also, but that should be clear, since I've never had any dealings with the police.
I'm taking a break from the nursing program so I can finish my sciences. I started to do Med/Surg 1 this semester, and realized that there was no way I could do that and A&P2 and lab. Way too much for a mom of 4 with an 1+ hour commute each way every day. So my school said they'd hold a spot for me for next January - I'm grateful for that!
But I'd like to pick up some shifts at our local hospital, or any local hospital, as an LNA. I really don't want to do nursing home work. I know the pay is better, a little bit, in hospitals, and if I get my foot in the door now as an employee, that could be something I could just continue on with as my schooling progresses. As soon as I have license in hand, I'll be sending out applications to all the hospitals I'm willing to drive to, which isn't many out here in the boonies! Well, maybe I would if they had tuition reimbursement......hmmmmm......!
- Mar 25, '06 by lexgarmomAnyone know the quickest way to go from LNA to RN?Last edit by lexgarmom on Mar 25, '06
- Mar 29, '06 by kukukajooIf you go the NH Board of Nursing site they have a list of all LNA/CNA (yes- same thing in NH) that you can print. Some are $$ and many such as county nursing homes train you if you agree to work there. A friend who has been an LNA in Laconia for 3 years is now making over $18 an hour with her raises! Good luck in your education!