Connecticut Board of Nursing (CT)

Travel Nursing In Connecticut To Enjoy The Constitution State

The Connecticut Board of Nursing is in Hartford, Conn. They aren't a participating compact nursing state so if you travel to Ct. you will need a Connecticut Nursing license. This isn't difficult as the licensing board is very easy to work with and responds quickly to inquiries.

The website is broken down into sections for each of the healthcare disciplines.

The nursing section has contact info, application information, license renewal and verification, CEU's and education, and publications. This makes contact with the board very easy not only for registered nurses but for others who contact the board as well.

Their mailing and physical address is:
Connecticut State Board of Nursing
Practitioner Licensing and Investigations Section
410 Capitol Ave., MS# 12 APP
P.O. Box 340308
Hartford, CT 06134-0308

Please attention all correspondence to the profession to which you are interested so it will go to the correct department for the fastest service.

Please note that complete, notarized applications and fees should be forwarded to MS #12 MQA.

To contact them by phone:

Phone: (860) 509-7603
Or to fax them:
Fax: (860) 509-8457
For email contact:
oplc.dph@ct.gov (Preferred)
Ct Board of Nursing 

Be sure to check out our 

Connecticut nursing jobs  page to see why so many travel nurses love Connecticut! 

There are some wonderful travel nursing assignments in Ct. and many fun places to go to when you are off work. It is close to many of the popular east coast attractions. Be sure to fill out one of our applications when you are ready to check out travel nurse jobs in Connecticut.

 photo credit Jack Malone

Fun things to do in Conneticut

Right in the heart of the North East of the US, Connecticut has it all. Close to New York City, Newark, New Jersey, Boston, Massachusetts and skiing in Vermont. Just decide what you would like to do and go and enjoy! It is all right there for you. 

Just a short drive away are the quaint and sleepy little seaside villages. They are wonderful for days at the beach, wandering and exploring the shops and architecture or enjoying some wonderful fresh seafood. It is all available and within easy reach.

Connecticut has a vibrant arts and cultural scene. There are theaters, museums, art trails, antique trails, and if that's not enough you can be inspired by the works of Mark Twain in his own house, now a museum.

Connecticut's rich history in the establishment of the US is readily explored.






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