Med Tech Hospital
Concord, New Hampshire
March 6th, 2023
For the most up-to-date information about New Hampshire licensure information and requirements visit New Hampshire’s Office of Professional Licensure and Certification website.
If you have a nursing license in your primary state of residence and that state is part of the NLC, you already have a multi-state license.
If you come from a non-NLC state and are already licensed, you can apply for a license by endorsement.
To do this, RNs and LPNs must provide:
Office of Professional Licensure and Certification
7 Eagle Square Suite 300
Concord, NH 03301
Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) must meet the following requirements:
A license verification fee of $30.00 is required when completing a license verification through Nursys®.
Application fees for LPNs/RNs are $148 every two years. This does not include a mandatory Professional Health Program fee of $28.00 that is to be paid at the time of licensing.
APRN fees are an additional $100.
New Hampshire joined the Nurse Licensure Compact in 2006.
No, New Hampshire is not a walk-through state.
Registered nurses and Licensed Practical nurses are required to complete 20 contact hours every two years immediately preceding license applications. These hours can include workshops, conferences, lectures, or other educational offerings that are meant to enhance nursing knowledge and skills.
APRNs are required to have at least 60 contact hours, 40 of which must be a specialty certification.
An additional five hours must be in Pharmacology. If licensees have an active DEA # for prescribing medications in New Hampshire, three of out the five Pharmacology hours must address opioid prescribing, pain management, or substance abuse disorder.
The average salary for travel nurses in New Hampshire ranges from $1,210 to $1,767 a week. Keep in mind the cost of living, as well as any stipends you may receive when considering travel nursing contracts throughout the states.
The average salary for travel nurses in Nashua, New Hampshire, is $1,536 per week.
The average salary for travel nurses in Salem, New Hampshire, is $1,513 per week.
The average salary for travel nurses in Derry, New Hampshire, is $1,493 per week.
The average salary for travel nurses in Keene, New Hampshire, is $1,471 per week.
The average salary for travel nurses in Concord, New Hampshire, is $1,462 per week.
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The first step to becoming a travel nurse in New Hampshire is to create your free profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing. Then you can easily browse the many traverse positions in New Hampshire. Not finding the position you’re set on? Don’t worry — we’ll let you know as soon as more New Hampshire travel nurse jobs open up.
Next, a Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter will contact you to answer any of your questions about travel nurse jobs in New Hampshire. When you’re ready to apply, our recruiters are here to help you every step of the way.
Once you’ve found and applied for “the one,” just sign your contract and you’re ready to go.
And whether you love New Hampshire so much that you want to extend your contract or you’d rather explore a new state, our staff is here to help you with the process.
Bordered by Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Canada, the small state of New Hampshire has a lot to offer. If you’re an outsider, it ticks off some of the boxes you think of when you imagine New England:
However, one of New Hampshire’s best-kept secrets from out-of-towners is how beautiful their beaches are. Many beaches, such as Hampton Beach, are open to the public.
Here are some of the top-rated beaches in New Hampshire you can explore:
If shopping is more than a necessary chore, you’ll be happy to learn New Hampshire has no sales tax. Those who already live in New England are probably privy to this, but for those coming from more distant locales, this is a pleasant surprise.
New Hampshire is also one of the safest places to live in the States. New Hampshire’s neighbors of Main and Vermont are also known for fairly low crime rates compared to the rest of the United States.
In the healthcare field, you’ll find like-minded souls in New Hampshire. The quality of healthcare is rated as some of the best in the states.
If you seek the outdoors, New Hampshire has 48 mountains with summits higher than 4,000 feet in elevation. There are trails and every length and difficulty level. From bunny slopes to mountaineering treks, New Hampshire has many options to choose from.
Road trips, even short ones can be magical. Driving Route 12 Southward at sunset gives you views of pastures, covered bridges, meadows, farms, and lakes that look even prettier when seen at sunset. If covered bridges are your thing, New Hampshire has 54 of them.
Are you a craft beer enthusiast? You can get your beer snobbery on with local craft breweries that are a destination in themselves. Maybe these can be a stop on a road trip around New Hampshire. New Hampshire is not the top state for craft breweries, but they should not be understated.
To view our current active travel nursing jobs in Manchester, please create a free profile to view current job listings.
We can send you notifications of new job postings as they become available to save you time browsing for new positions.
Often cited as one of the best cities to live in New Hampshire, Portsmouth is a great option for travel nurses looking to make a move. Create a free profile today to view our current job listings.
Looking for travel nursing positions in New Hampshire’s capital? Fill out your free profile today to begin browsing for jobs in Concord, New Hampshire.
Manchester, the largest city in New Hampshire, has a slightly higher cost of living than other cities in the state. Concord, NH on the other hand, falls below the average for cost of living.
Consider a smaller town for your assignment, and you may end up with more money to save or to play with.
You have two primary options for finding housing in New Hampshire. You can:
While we recommend reading reviews and listening to the lived experiences of other travel nurses, we also recommend speaking with multiple agencies. It’s important to know not only what benefits are offered to you, but how much support you will receive throughout your travel nurse assignment in New Hampshire.
The best travel nurse agencies in New Hampshire will listen carefully to your needs and career aspirations. We’re confident that after connecting with other agencies, you’ll see why so many nurses trust our team with their career goals and why we’re a better solution for many. For example, our recruiters are available 24/7 to support you throughout your assignment.
New Hampshire has a lot to offer for outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs. Depending on what you like, there are activities for nearly everyone. If hiking and beachcombing is not your cup of tea, you can explore the countryside and tour the historical town sites. Rye, for example, was the first European settlement in New Hampshire established in 1623. Portsmouth, settled in the early 1600s, was a trade hub with Europe.
Other towns in New Hampshire have rich histories to explore all the while tasting some of New Hampshire’s rich craft brewing culture. Have a love for all things potato? Londonderry, NH, has been reported as the site of the first potato grown in North America. Londonderry has also been on many lists as one of the best cities to live in New Hampshire.
Contracts can last 6, 8, and 13 weeks, sometimes more depending on the circumstances. Though the typical assignment lasts around 13 weeks long. If you decide you like your current assignment, our recruiting team can help you extend it if the option is available.
The benefits you receive as a travel nurse in New Hampshire vary depending on which staffing agency you partner with.
For example, Trusted Nurse Staffing offers: