MultiState Licensure

What Does the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC/eNLC) Mean to You?
If you live in a dark blue state (and Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Ohio) on this map, I can legally provide remote telehealth services to you as a registered nurse, even if I not physically located in your state at the time.
Marcia Starkman is authorized and licensed to practice nursing in the following states:

ALABAMA (RN)
ARIZONA (RN)
ARKANSAS (RN)
COLORADO (RN)
DELAWARE (RN)
FLORIDA (RN) (APRN, CNS)*
GEORGIA (RN)
IDAHO (RN) (APRN, CNS)*
INDIANA (RN)
IOWA (RN) (APRN, CNS)*
KENTUCKY (RN)
LOUISIANA (RN)
MAINE (RN)
MARYLAND (RN) (APRN, CNS)*
MISSISSIPPI (RN)
MISSOURI (RN)
MONTANA (RN) (APRN, CNS)*
NEBRASKA (RN)
NEW HAMPSHIRE (RN)
NEW JERSEY (RN)
NEW MEXICO (RN)
NEW YORK (RN) (APRN, CNS)
NORTH CAROLINA (RN)
NORTH DAKOTA (RN)
OHIO (RN-SOON)
OKLAHOMA (RN)
PENNSYLVANIA (RN)(APRN, CNS)*
SOUTH CAROLINA (RN)
SOUTH DAKOTA (RN)
TENNESSEE (RN)
TEXAS (RN)
UTAH (RN)
VERMONT (RN)
VIRGINIA (RN)
WEST VIRGINIA (RN)
WISCONSIN (RN)
WYOMING (RN)

APRN, CNS* States – Insurance Accepted

RN (only) States – Private Pay Only

Multistate licensure is a system in which a single license allows a nurse to practice in more than one state. This model allows practice, whether physical or electronic, across state lines through the nurse being licensed in a state that has adopted the interstate model.
(National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. Telenursing: A Challenge to Regulation. National Council Position Paper, 1997)

Multistate Licensure Privilege:
Authority to practice as a licensed nurse in a remote state under the current license issued by the individual’s home state, provided both states are party to the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC/eNLC) and the privilege is not otherwise restricted.

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Locations

Maryland, Pennsylvania, Florida, Montana, Idaho, Iowa, New York

Hours

Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm

Weekends: by appointment only