States You Can Get a CRNA License in Under Six Weeks

Posted on: August 05, 2021

written by

Chris Keeley

Chances are you have chosen the locum tenens career path because of its flexible nature. A key factor in a provider’s decision to go locum is often having the ability to travel around the country. One of the major things holding providers back is not having the appropriate state license.

As you know, each state has their own timeframe in which a new license can be issued. However, here are the states where you can get a new CRNA license in six weeks or less.

Read on to learn about the specifics of each state.

Additional Information

Alabama

CRNA applicants must have earned at least a master's degree, or post-master's certificate in advanced practice nursing from an accredited graduate program in nurse anesthesia recognized by the Board. If the CRNA graduated from an accredited school of nurse anesthesia prior to 12/31/2003, they are exempt from the master's degree requirement.

Check out our open jobs in sweet home Alabama!

Indiana

The CRNA may administer anesthesia if they act under the direction of and in the immediate presence of a physician.

Sing Back Home Again in Indiana as you get off the plane and begin your new assignment! Check out our open jobs in Indiana now!

Kansas

Browse our open jobs in Kansas today! Who knows, maybe you’ll meet Dorothy and Toto!

New Hampshire

New Hampshire is full of mountains and scenic forests! Check out our open positions in New Hampshire now!

North Carolina

Check out our open jobs in North Carolina!

Oregon

Check out our open jobs in Oregon now!

Utah

Check out our open jobs in Utah and don’t forget your ski equipment!

Virginia

Virginia Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the country. Why not see it for yourself? Check out our open jobs in Virginia now!

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About Chris Keeley

Chris Keeley is the content marketing copywriter and former recruiter at Barton Associates' Peabody, MA, headquarters. Native to the Boston area, Chris joined the Barton team in May 2019 after earning his degree in journalism from Salem State University.

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