The Indiana State Board of Nursing is in Indianapolis, In. They don't participate in the nurse compact license so if you decide to travel to Ind., you will need to obtain an Indiana nursing license. They are easy to contact and easy to work with so this won't be a problem, though.
Their website has tons available online such as license information, application, renewal, verification, statutes and rules, the nurse practice act, CEU's, education and state approved nursing schools. They work with RN, LPN, Nurse Practitioner (NP) licensing so they are a comprehensive site.
Their physical and mailing address to reach them is:
Professional Licensing Agency
Attn: Indiana Board of Nursing
402 W. Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Their phone number is:
Staff Phone: (317)234-2043
Their fax is:
Staff Fax: (317)233-4236
You can email them at:
Staff Email: pla2@pla.IN.gov
Board of Nursing, Indiana
Be sure to see nursing jobs in Indiana for lots of great information on being an Indiana travel nurse. You may not think of Indiana as a first choice but if you have a chance to take a travel nursing job in Indiana be sure to consider it. There are many really great facilities there and lots to do after hours as well. You won't be disappointed in this midwest gem.
When you are ready to begin your travel nursing career in Indiana be sure to fill out one of our application forms to get started. This will get you started on the right foot.
photo credit Keith Syvinski
Things to do in Indiana
If you're a fan of Parks and Recreation, then you'll know Indiana is home to "Pawnee". The real Indiana is just as great - the state has large cities and quaint small towns. Active nightlife and casual antique shopping.
For sports fans, be sure to see a game for the Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Pacers or just join in the Hoosier hysteria. They take their sports seriously, which makes for some serious fun! The Indianapolis 500, this annual event gets the summer started. You will enjoy the excitement of this fast paced race.
Wonderful shopping, incredible restaurants and fabulous nightlife are readily available, as well. Couple this with the low cost of living and high travel nurse wages, and you are set to enjoy the city.
If the country is more to your liking, there are great places with Indiana nursing jobs for everyone. The smaller cities and towns offer great outdoor activities, antique shopping, charming boutiques and, of course, Lake Michigan is a short drive away from most anywhere.