Who maintains the CNA registry in New Hampshire?
Bonnie Crumley Aybar RN, MSN, CPAN
Administrator – Board of Nursing
Program Assistant II
New Hampshire Board of Nursing
121 South Fruit Street, Suite 102
Concord, NH 03301-2412
Phone: 603.271.8282 or 603.271.6604
The CNA Registry in New Hampshire is maintained by the New Hampshire (NH) Board of Nursing. They are responsible for keeping track of all certified nurse assistants, including those that have been terminated or resigned from their employment. They also maintain the state’s database and make sure that all CNAs are up to date with their certification status.
CNA License Requirements in New Hampshire
The requirements for the CNA license in New Hampshire are pretty straightforward. To be eligible, you must complete a minimum of 100 hours of state approved CNA training, pass the board exam with a score of 70% or higher.
We have a list of quality CNA program in New Hampshire here.
The steps of getting a CNA license from New Hampshire are as follows:
- Step 1: Find a state approved nurse aide program
- Step 1: Complete the required training hours
- Step 2: Pass the board exam
- Step 3: Apply for the certification
Complete an approved CNA program
How to Verify CNA License Status in New Hampshire?
To verify your license status in the state of New Hampshire, you can call them at (603) 271-8282 or visit the registry office in person during the office hours. But, The easiest way to verify your license is to going through the registry website, From there, enter the required information and your record will be available on the site.
How to Renew CNA License in New Hampshire?
The Board of Nursing in New Hampshire requires that any CNA who has a license must renew their license every two years. To do so, you need to required at least 200 hours of paid service along with 24 hours of continuing education within your previous certification time.
Minimum 24 hours of continue education
Minimum 200 hours of paid work within 24 months
Two to Three Weeks
How to Reinstate CNA License in New Hampshire?
To be eligible to reinstate your New Hampshire CNA license, you must:
- Apply for the Reinstatement
- Pass the New Hampshire CNA Refresher exam
- Submit the reinstatement application
- Pay a reinstatement fee
Transferring a out of State CNA License to New Hampshire
Transferring a out of State CNA License to New Hampshire can be done via endorsement, You are required to have an active practice of 200 hours. The process also requires 12 hours of continuing education each year along with an active and in good standing certification in your home state.
|200 hours of active practice. |
24 hours of continue education.
Clean criminal record.
Minimum Two Months
Contact the New Hampshire Board of Nursing for more information.