RN License Reciprocity... - page 2
Hi Guys, For those who have experience in doing this... I have to be licensed in OH prior to starting NA school. Do I have to contact the CA BRN or OH BRN for reciprocity? I'm not quite sure... Read More
Aug 7, '10Joined: Aug '10; Posts: 1So, R U saying they have finally made decisions leading to positive outcomes.
Anotherwords, my MA license allows me to practice in CA untile the paperwork is completed and I recieve my CA nursing license. Obviously I would keep my MA license and the Connecticut one also.
Aug 7, '10Joined: Oct '03; Posts: 17,227; Likes: 42,294Quote from lishalee721Not clear what you mean by that ... Nothing about licensure has changed any time recently. You need a California nursing license to be able to practice nursing in California. The only exception to this is federal employment (working at a VA hospital, military base, etc. -- anything federal). The federal government only requires that you be licensed in a US state (any state), regardless of where you and the employment are geographically located.So, R U saying they have finally made decisions leading to positive outcomes.