Maryland Board of Nursing

The mission of the Maryland Board of Nursing is to advance safe quality care in Maryland through licensure, certification, education and accountability for public protection.
 
The Board of Nursing operates under the Maryland Nurse Practice Act, Health Occupations Article, Section 8. The Board has authority to adopt regulations as necessary to carry out  provisions of the law. The Board is mandated to regulate the practice of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, Certified Medication Technicians, Licensed Electrologists, and Licensed Direct Entry Midwives.

Resources from the Maryland Board of Nursing for CRNAs

NURSE ANESTHETIST CERTIFICATION APPLICATION

All 3 pages must completed and submitted.  Only applicants scheduled to take their national Board exam are eligible for the Graduates Agreement.

 

UPDATED NOTIFICATION OF COLLABORATION    
The Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 10.27.06.02 C. requires that Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) provide the Maryland Board of Nursing (MBON) a notification of collaboration. The notification shall include the name of ONE collaborating physician or dentist. Additional notices for specific work sites are not required.
 
The new form, Nurse Anesthetist Notification of Collaboration (PDF), reflects the requirement in COMAR 10.27.06.02 C. that prior to practice a CRNA notify the Board of the name and license number of a (singular) physician or dentist with whom they will collaborate.
 
The physician or dentist collaborator most recently named will be the physician or dentist collaborator of record. 

 
Thank you for assisting the MBON in meeting its mission: to advance safe quality care in Maryland through licensure, certification, education and accountability for public protection.

Nurse Anesthetist Graduate Supervision Agreement (PDF)   

COMAR 10.27.06.00 - Practice of Nurse Anesthetist