The Alabama Board of Nursing (AL) is located in Montgomery, Alabama and handles all of the licensing requirements for nurses who wish to work in Alabama. Their website has tons of information for getting started on your travel nurse adventure.
They even have a live help section to get answers quick. You can find information on becoming an Alabama nurse, advanced practice nurse, help if you are needing continuing education, nursing programs, license look up and verification nursing laws and practice act for Alabama and much more.
Their physical address to get in touch with them is
Alabama State Board of Nursing
RSA Plaza, Ste. 250
770 Washington Ave.
Montgomery, Al. 36104
Their mailing address is
P.O. Box 303900
Montgomery, Al. 36130-3900
You can call or phone them directly at 334-242-4060 or 1-800-656-5318
Just a short not for all you Mac users. If you use an Apple computer, you can use the online applications only if you use a different browser than Safari. IE and Firefox should work without any problems. If you find you are having difficulties, contact them by calling, mail or email.
Be sure to check out our Alabama nursing page for more information on being an Alabama travel nurse! Travel nursing in Alabama is very rewarding. There are many good assignments and fun activities in the state while you are there. Be sure to start with the Al. Board of Nursing to get the information for your licensing and then fill out our application to get started. Traveling to Alabama will be a great assignment that you won't forget.
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5 fun things to do in Alabama
Alabama is a state with a rich cultural history, known for it's cotton and steel, if you're thinking of living and working in Alabama, here are some of the best Alabama has to offer.
1. Cheaha State Park - a beautiful natural reserve with hiking, biking and camping trails, over 70 campsites, restaurants and lodges.
2. Huntsville Botanical Garden - 112 acres and open all year, these glorious gardens feature a butterfly park, an aquatic garden and a dogwood trail.
3. Gulf Coast - the Alabama Gulf coast has recoved from the horrible BP spill in 2010 and is once again attracting people to it's powder sand beaches, fishing and water sports.
4. Point Mallard Park - a fantastic family friendly water park with lots of water based activities, plus a tennis center, hiking trails, golf course, and campsite.
5. USS Alabama Battleship - docked at the waterfront, the USS Alabama battleship and the USS DRUM submarine are a fantastic floating museum that gives a big insight into US military history.