New Mexico Nursing License
Important Note: Nursing licensure and practice requirements are subject to change. Nursing License Map makes its best effort to keep content accurate; however, the official source is the State Board of Nursing. Make sure to confirm licensing requirements with the New Mexico Board of Nursing before applying for licensure or renewal. Last updated: 9/6/2013
Certified Nurse PractitionerY
Certified Nurse SpecialistY
Certified Registered Nurse AnesthetistY
Registered Nurse (RN)N
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)N
New Mexico Nursing Salary Average
*The Salary of an advanced practice nurse in New Mexico can vary widely based upon specialization. Learn more about New Mexico nursing salary.
New Mexico Nursing Scholarships
Below, find opportunities for nursing scholarships in New Mexico. Click on the nursing scholarship’s name to learn more. For additional nursing financial aid options take a look at our nursing scholarships and grants page.
Health Professional Loan Repayment Program Up to $25,000/year
Health professional must make a two year service commitment to practice full-time in a designated medical shortage area in New Mexico.
Learn about more financial aid options for nurses on our nursing scholarships and grants page.
There are many paths to become a nurse in New Mexico. The path you take will mostly depend upon the type of nurse you’d like to become and your current or prospective level of education. The higher your level of education, the more opportunities you’ll have to choose where and how you pursue your career in nursing.
In addition to nursing salaries in New Mexico, you’ll find information on acquiring and maintaining several types of New Mexico nursing licensure. We’re constantly making updates, but with the speed of change in the healthcare sphere it’s difficult to stay current. If you have any comments or suggestions for our information on nursing in New Mexico, please let us know!
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New Mexico Nursing Licensure Renewal
License renewal is required through the New Mexico State Board of Nursing every two years. All nurses must complete 30 continuing education units (CEUs) per renewal period for the registered nurse (R.N.) license; additional CEUs are required for advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs). All nurses are responsible for competing the renewal requirements for any national certifications held.