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V.I. Board of Nurse Licensure Extends Licenses for Present RNs and APRNs

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In light of the extreme hardship that hurricanes Irma and Maria have caused, the V.I. Board of Nurse Licensure is implementing the following policy, effect immediately.

Licenses for registered nurses (RNs) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) that expire Dec. 31, 2017, will now expire March 30, 2018. This means that RNs and APRNs who hold valid licenses to practice in the territory may continue to work in their present capacity, but they must submit renewal documents for processing with the following fees payable by money order only: RN renewal is $125 and APRN renewal is $150.

On St. Croix, completed renewal packets may be mailed to:

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Deborah Richardson-Peter, MPA

Director Professional Licensure & Health Planning

3500 Estate Richmond. Christiansted, V.I. 00820-4370

Completed renewal packets may be hand delivered during non-curfew business hours to Ms. Richardson-Peter at Charles Harwood Complex, Room 3047. (718-1311, ext. 3647)

On St. Thomas, completed renewal packets may be mailed to:

The VIBNL

PO Box 304247

St. Thomas, VI 00803

Completed renewal packets may be hand delivered during non-curfew business hours to DeAnn Connor at the Department of Health Emergency Operations Center (EOC) at Schneider Regional Medical Center.

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