Member Search

If you require further information on a member’s status, please click on the status description (e.g., practicing) to see the definition.

To display the business address and telephone number for a nurse practitioner (NP), click on the View button in the registrant’s record.

If you have additional questions or believe there are any discrepancies, please contact Registration Services at 709-753-6040, ext. 1 (1-800-563-3200 toll free in NL) or email [email protected]

Emergency Registration and Licensure

For a list of registrants issued an Emergency Licence to participate in the COVID-19 response, click here.

NP Prescribing Information

For a list of the NPs authorized to prescribe Buprenorphine – Naloxone (Suboxone) and/or Methadone, click here.

Interim 2

A license issued to practice nursing in Newfoundland and Labrador as a graduate nurse with restrictions including: practices with supervision;1 completes remedial courses where required. This license is issued for a limited time while finalizing the registration process.  Also referred to as “Interim-II’. To contact the Manager of Registration Services, click here. 

1Supervision – the degree of supervision is determined by the employer following a consideration of a number of factors including the graduate nurse’s abilities, available supports and the requirements of the practice setting.

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Conditions

A license with conditions means the nurse practitioner has a license to practice nursing as long as the RN continues to meet conditions as required by an Order of the College’s Adjudication Tribunal/Disciplinary Panel. For Professional Conduct Review Decisions, click here.

Conditions

A license with conditions means the registered nurse has a license to practice nursing as long as the RN continues to meet conditions as required by an Order of the College’s Adjudication Tribunal/Disciplinary Panel. For Professional Conduct Review Decisions, click here.

Conditional

A conditional license means that the nurse practitioner has a license to practice for a maximum of 90 days and is required to meet the requirements of the Continuing Competency Program for the previous licensure year within this timeframe. For information on the Continuing Competency Program, click here

Conditional

A conditional license means that the registered nurse has a license to practice for a maximum of 90 days and is required to meet the requirements of the Continuing Competency Program for the previous licensure year within this timeframe. For information on the Continuing Competency Program, click here

Restricted

A license issued with restrictions means that the nurse practitioner has restrictions imposed on his or her practice, his or her rights and privileges as a registered nurse to practice nursing are limited to the extent specified by restrictions. For Professional Conduct Review Decisions, click here.

Restricted

A license issued with restrictions means that the registered nurse has restrictions imposed on his or her practice, his or her rights and privileges as a registered nurse to practice nursing are limited to the extent specified by restrictions. For Professional Conduct Review Decisions, click here.

Restriction

A license issued with restriction means that the registered nurse has restriction(s) on his or her practice, his or her rights and privileges as a registered nurse to practice nursing are limited to the extent specified by restrictions. The restriction(s) have been applied by a process under the Registered Nurses Act, 2008 or the Registered Nurses Regulations. To contact the Director of Professional Conduct Review at [email protected]

Restriction

A license issued with restriction means that the registered nurse has restriction(s) on his or her practice, his or her rights and privileges as a registered nurse to practice nursing are limited to the extent specified by restrictions. The restriction(s) have been applied by a process under the Registered Nurses Act, 2008 or the Registered Nurses Regulations. To contact the Director of Professional Conduct Review at [email protected]

Pediatric

NPs registered in the pediatric stream of practice provide care for individuals under the age of 18 in either a generalized practice where they see individuals with a variety of medical conditions, or individuals in a generalized or specialty practice setting. In some instances, NPs (pediatric) may provide care to young adults whose developmental age may closely approximate that of a child or adolescent rather than an adult, or a young adult who has been receiving care from the NP (pediatric) for a chronic disease since childhood. Neonatal NPs are registered within the pediatric stream of practice and have specialized education relevant to neonatology. 

Adult

NPs registered in the adult stream of practice provide care for individuals over the age of 18 years in either a generalized adult practice where they see adults with a variety of medical conditions, and/or adults in a generalized or specialty practice setting. In some cases, care of older adolescents may also be provided by a NP in the adult stream of practice when the adolescent’s age and/or condition may more closely approximate that of an adult.

Family/All-Ages

NPs registered in the Family/All Ages stream of practice provide care for clients across the life-span, including newborns, children, adolescents, adults, pregnant and post partum women, and older adults in a generalized or a specialty practice setting.

Interim

A license issued to practice nursing in Newfoundland and Labrador as a graduate nurse for a limited time period while finalizing the registration process.

Non-Practicing

A membership issued when a registered nurse has discontinued the practice of nursing in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Practicing

A license issued to practice nursing in Newfoundland and Labrador as a nurse practitioner in accordance with the:

Practicing

A license issued to practice nursing in Newfoundland and Labrador as a registered nurse in accordance with the:

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