Hawaii Board of Nursing (HI)

Nursing Jobs In Hawaii
See The Aloha State

The Hawaii Board of Nursing is located in Honolulu, Hi. on the island of Oahu. They don't participate in the nurse compact license so if you take a travel assignment in Hawaii, you will need a Hawaii nursing license to work. Travelers often go to Hawaii so they are used to helping with the transition and obtaining licenses quickly.

Their website has tons of information such as a license application, renewal and verification information. Also, education, CEU's, the nurse practice act and contact information. The PVL works with licensing for all healthcare workers. 

Hawaii State Board of Nursing
Their Physical Address is:
King Kalakaua Building
335 Merchant Street, Rm. 301
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Their Mailing Address is:

Att: BON
P.O. Box 3469
Honolulu, HI 96801

You can phone them directly at:

(808) 586-3000
You can also contact them by email:
Hawaii Nursing Board 

Be sure to see Hawaii nursing jobs for lots of information on Hawaii travel nursing. This is a state that always has jobs available and is a favorite among travel nurses. 

If you decide to take a travel nursing job in Hawaii, you will have many choices to make. You can go to the big city on Oahu (Honolulu) and then easily travel to the outer islands or take an assignment on one of the outer islands and enjoy a slower Hawaiian pace. Either way, you can't go wrong. When you are ready to go travel nursing in Hawaii fill out one of our applications to get started right away.

photo credit Jon Wojan

Things to do in Hawaii

Oahu, with the capital Honolulu, is the largest city on the islands. You have all of the conveniences of a large city. Great restaurants, shopping, museums and the famous Waikiki Beach.

Maui is more laid back. Whale watching, snorkeling, waterfalls or biking down the incredible Haleakala are some of the fun things to do on Maui.

The Big Island of Hawaii is the largest, but more isolated. There are mountains, beaches and ranches all on one island. 

Kauai is a small island - and though there isn't much nightlife, your days will be full with the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon. Surf, snorkel see waterfalls, hike or just enjoy the sunny beaches. There are several spots on the island where movies have been made.

Be sure to take a trip to see the isolated islands of Molokai and Lanai. There are day excursions or short weekend trips available.

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