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Tiffin, IA 52340

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Steps to Becoming an ARNP in Iowa

NBCRNA (National Board of Certification & Recertification of Nurse Anesthetists)
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)

Step 3. Apply for Your Registration

Once you have earned your degree and national certification, complete the Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner Application. With your application:

  • Submit the registration fee ($81 for a length up to three years)
  • Submit a copy of your RN license if it is from a compact state
  • Submit a copy of your national certification card or certificate (or letter specifying that you have passed the exam if you are applying for registration within 90 days of taking the exam)
  • Ask your college/university to submit an official transcript to the Board
  • If you have any criminal offenses or prior disciplinary action in the past, submit a copy of the sentencing order and/or documentation from the Board
  • If you are and will continue to be an active member of the military, submit evidence to attest to this

Mail all of the above to Iowa Board of Nursing, River Point Business Park, 400 SW 8th Street, Suite B, Des Moines, IA 50309-4685. ARNP registration applications are processed and issued twice weekly.

Criminal History Background Check

You do not have to submit to a criminal history background check as part of the ARNP registration process in Iowa. You must, however, disclose any criminal offenses on the application and submit supporting documentation.


Step 4. Renewing Your Registration

Your Iowa ARNP registration and RN license are both valid for three years. Renewals for ARNP may not be done online. The Board will mail you a renewal form.

Continuing Education

The Iowa Board of Nursing does not require ARNPs to complete continuing education (CE) to renew registration, nor does it require CE to renew an RN license. You must, however, keep your national certification current, which may involve completing CE requirements. Contact the appropriate certification agency for more information.

If you are selected for audit at renewal, you must submit proof that your national certification is current.

If you are an ARNP who regularly examines, treats, and/or counsels adults or children in Iowa, you must complete at least two hours of training on identification and reporting of child/adult abuse every five years. The Iowa Department of Public Health Abuse Education Review Panel must approve the course. A list of approved courses may be found here.

Registration Renewal Notice

The Board will mail you an ARNP renewal application 60 days prior to expiration. If you do not received the application, contact the Board at 515-281-6488 or [email protected] You must pay a renewal fee of $81 for each ARNP category you are renewing, plus an RN license renewal fee of $99.

Expired Registration Renewal

You are allowed a 30-day grace period in renewing registration/licensure. After that, you must contact the Board for reinstatement information. You will be assessed a late fee.

Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner Associations in Iowa

Consider becoming a member of one of the organizations that support advanced registered nurse practitioners in Iowa:


Iowa Nurse Practitioner Salary

The Plains region of the United States boasts the highest average total income for nurse practitioners in the country, where they earn an average of $124,540, according to a 2011 survey conducted by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Advance for NPs & PAs, a peer reviewed journal, reports that NPs in Des Moines earned an average salary of $85,450 in 2011. The mean salary for nurse practitioners was $85,407 in 2011 and the median salary was $81,986 per year.

Nurse Practitioner Salary

Area Name

Employment

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage

Hourly median wage

Hourly 90th percentile wage

Annual median wage

Annual 90th percentile wage

Ames

50

47.79

99410

52.77

73.29

109760

152440

Cedar Rapids

120

53.72

111750

50.22

64.28

104460

133700

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island

230

52.09

108340

51.49

72.92

107090

151670

Des Moines-West Des Moines

490

46.26

96220

47.13

61.81

98030

128570

Dubuque

80

53.99

112290

55.04

62.86

114480

130740

Iowa City

260

53.85

112010

55.40

65.41

115240

136040

Northeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

120

56.57

117660

55.07

72.53

114550

150850

Northwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

120

48.72

101340

50.23

65.48

104470

136200

Sioux City

120

58.07

120790

50.04

84.52

104090

175810

Southeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

220

55.75

115960

53.59

79.56

111460

165490

Southwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

130

56.37

117240

56.71

70.78

117960

147220

Waterloo-Cedar Falls

210

52.53

109270

50.29

73.53

104600

152940

Registered Nurse Salary

Area Name

Employment

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage

Hourly median wage

Hourly 90th percentile wage

Annual median wage

Annual 90th percentile wage

Ames

840

30.78

64030

30.12

39.02

62650

81170

Cedar Rapids

2420

29.59

61540

29.11

38.24

60550

79530

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island

3820

28.77

59840

27.49

38.96

57180

81030

Des Moines-West Des Moines

6740

30.83

64140

29.97

38.82

62340

80750

Dubuque

1270

28.64

59560

28.27

37.03

58800

77030

Iowa City

4000

33.14

68940

31.55

42.09

65610

87540

Northeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

2060

28.73

59760

28.41

37.79

59100

78610

Northwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

2840

28.86

60020

28.56

37.77

59400

78560

Sioux City

1830

28.92

60160

28.43

37.40

59140

77790

Southeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

3940

29.13

60580

28.83

37.35

59960

77680

Southwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

2090

27.88

58000

27.88

36.64

58000

76200

Waterloo-Cedar Falls

2090

29.36

61080

29.00

37.83

60330

78690

Nursing Instructors and Teachers Salary

Area Name

Employment

Annual mean wage

Annual median wage

Annual 90th percentile wage

Des Moines-West Des Moines

70

78170

64980

140320

Northwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

80

82280

70270

141830

Sioux City

100

65880

72850

85010

Southeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

40

85830

76240

150040

Southwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

50

72120

63710

126680

Nurse Administrator Salary

(Includes Nurse Managers, Directors, and Chief Nursing Officers)

Area Name

Employment

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage

Hourly median wage

Hourly 90th percentile wage

Annual median wage

Annual 90th percentile wage

Ames

190

44.81

93210

43.63

67.38

90740

140150

Cedar Rapids

500

45.51

94670

39.81

63.50

82800

132080

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island

450

41.91

87160

38.24

61.39

79530

127690

Des Moines-West Des Moines

1270

44.90

93380

39.21

70.40

81550

146420

Dubuque

250

44.52

92600

40.81

62.00

84870

128960

Iowa City

640

46.53

96780

43.54

67.86

90570

141150

Northeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

510

42.54

88480

38.30

63.38

79670

131830

Northwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

650

40.44

84110

37.23

58.69

77430

122080

Sioux City

330

42.84

89110

38.58

66.76

80250

138850

Southeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

760

44.85

93280

37.49

70.51

77980

146670

Southwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

470

42.68

88780

38.72

58.52

80540

121710

Waterloo-Cedar Falls

390

45.32

94270

39.07

67.27

81280

139930

Nurse Anesthetists Salary

Area Name

Employment

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage

Hourly median wage

Annual median wage

Des Moines-West Des Moines

80

99.48

206920

95.51

198660

Northeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

30

77.93

162090

78.78

163860

Northwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

NA

100.28

208570

94.10

195720

Southeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area

50

96.68

201090

93.73

194960

Southwest Iowa nonmetropolitan area

40

103.87

216050

99.70

207380

Nurse Midwives Salary

Area Name

Employment

Hourly mean wage

Annual mean wage

Hourly median wage

Hourly 90th percentile wage

Annual median wage

Annual 90th percentile wage

Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson

40

55.23

114870

56.81

66.34

118170

137990

These tables provide salary and employment information compiled by the US Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics in May 2020. The data contained herein does not include self-employed nurses in independent practice.

When responding to the salary survey, some advanced practice registered nurses identified themselves as RNs while others identified themselves as health diagnosing and treating practitioners. When available, both sets of data were included for comparative purposes.

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Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner License Requirements in Iowa

Iowa’s nurse practitioners and other advanced practice nurses are licensed as Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners, or ARNPs. The Iowa Board of Nursing recognizes the following broad advanced practice roles:

  • Certified Nurse Practitioner
  • Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
  • Certified Nurse Midwife

ARNPs also hold licensure as registered nurses, or RNs. In some cases, RN licensing will not be held in Iowa, but in another nurse compact member state. This is the case when the nurse holds primary residency in another compact state. As of 2015, however, advanced practice licensing is still state-specific. The nurse will need to present his or her credentials to the Iowa Board in order to be recognized as an ARNP.

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ARNP Categories

Clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners may focus on particular segments of the population. The Iowa Board recognizes many categories. A clinical nurse specialist, for example, may be recognized in oncology, orthopedics, home health, or gerontology, among others. A nurse practitioner may be recognized in perinatal, school, or acute care, among others. However, prospective advanced practitioners should recognize that specialty categories are based on national certifications, and these change periodically; changes may come at the recommendation of national stakeholders. Some Board-recognized ARNP categories are based on certifications that are no longer available to new examinees.

Some certifications are grouped together into broader categories. ‘Certified Psych/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner’ and ‘Psychiatric Mental Health Across the Lifespan CNP’, for example, are both considered Category G.

ARNP Educational Requirements

Prospective advanced practitioners will need to complete 1) programs that develop practitioner skills, include nursing training in specialty areas, and culminate in conferral of master’s degrees or 2) approved formal advanced practice programs that include appropriate clinical experiences. The licensing agency has provided a list of schools that have been specifically Board-approved. The list is accessible from the main ‘ARNP’ page of the Board website (https://nursing.iowa.gov/practice/advanced-registered-nurse-practitioner-role-scope). It includes some programs based in other states. There are a number of program options not listed. The licensing agency notes that advanced practice programs that culminate in doctoral degrees are also acceptable. (See: Nurse Practitioner programs in Iowa)

In addition to meeting the requirements of the South Dakota Board, the program will need to meet requirements set by the specialty certification organization in the student’s intended practice area.

ARNP Certification Requirements

The advanced practice nurse must seek an advanced certification through a Board-recognized national certification agency. Certifying agency will depend on specialty, though there is some overlap between certifications offered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and those offered by specialty certification agencies. Certification will be held through one (or more) of the following organizations:

  • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
  • American Association of Critical Care Nurses
  • American Midwifery Certification Board
  • American Nurses Credentialing Center
  • Council of Certification of Nurse Anesthetists or Re-Certification of Nurse Anesthetists/ National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists
  • National Certification Board of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Nurses/ Pediatric Nursing Certification Board
    National Certification Corporation for the Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing Specialties
  • Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation

The Iowa Board does not issue temporary permits to individuals who are going through the national certification process. However, as RNs who have advanced training, graduates are permitted to perform duties at the level of their training — but without prescriptive authority and without use of the protected title.

The ARNP Application Process

An advanced practice nurse will apply to the Iowa Board after meeting all requirements. The application may be submitted online through IBON Online Services (https://nursing.iowa.gov/online-services) or downloaded and mailed to the Board office in Des Moines.

The licensing agency mandates that transcripts be sent directly from the school.

The applicant will include a copy of his or her national certification; a copy of a certificate card can also be accepted.

An applicant who resides in another compact state will provide verification of a current RN license. Different states have different methods of issuing and verifying licenses, so documentation may take any of several forms: a copy of a paper document, a copy of verification obtained through the website of the other state’s Board of Nursing, or a copy of nursys.com verification.

An applicant who has criminal or disciplinary history will need to provide sentencing orders or board documents.

The ARNP applicant will need to pay an $81 fee.

Applicants may contact the Board by email or telephone. They will use the email address ‘newnurs at iowa.gov’.

An application file may be held open for a year.

Some ARNPs will need DEA numbers; this is part of the authorization process for a practitioner who will prescribe controlled substances. ARNP are referred to the Pharmacy Board for application materials (https://pharmacy.iowa.gov/).

ARNP License Renewal Requirements

Continuing education requirements are those of the certifying agency. The nurse will present evidence of current national certification to the Iowa Board at the time of renewal. He or she will renew RN licensure, then ARNP licensure (https://nursing.iowa.gov/licensure/advanced-registered-nurse-practitioner-licensure). An advanced practitioner licensed as an RN in another party state will provide evidence of a renewed licensing.

An ARNP who lives in a compact state that does not required separate RN licensing for advanced practitioners may instead document his or her advanced nursing license. The Board has provided a list of frequently asked questions that addresses different advanced practice licensing scenarios (https://nursing.iowa.gov/licensure/advanced-registered-nurse-practitioner/arnp-new-license-and-renewal-frequently-asked).

Additional Information

Information about advanced nurse practitioner licensing is available from the Iowa Board of Nursing (https://nursing.iowa.gov/practice/advanced-registered-nurse-practitioner-role-scope). The Board can be reached by telephone at (515) 281-3255.

The state’s advanced practice professional associations serve as additional sources of information:

Iowa Association of Nurse Practitioners www.iowaanp.org

Iowa Nurse Practitioner Society www.iowanpsociety.org

Iowa Association of Nurse Anesthetists https://www.iowacrnas.com/

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Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner - Role & Scope

Iowa Administrative Code, Nursing Board [655], chapter 7 provides information on the professional role, scope of practice, licensure, and educational requirements for the Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) practicing in Iowa.

Professional Role and Scope of Practice

In Iowa, an ARNP may provide healthcare services to Iowans of all ages in primary and/or ambulatory, acute, and long-term settings per their specific role and population foci. In other words, the ARNP practices within their scope of practice based upon their educational background, population focus, and the standards and guidelines established by their national certifying body (i.e. American Nurses Credentialing Center, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners). The specialty areas of nursing practice for the ARNP in Iowa are Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist, Certified Nurse Midwife, Certified Nurse Practitioner and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.

In Iowa, an ARNP may practice independently. However, an ARNP may have a collaborative agreement with a physician or physicians if their practice so warrants, but this agreement is not a requirement of the Iowa Board of Nursing.

The following services and functions may be performed by the ARNP practicing in Iowa (this list is not all-inclusive):

  • Assessment of health status
  • Obtain a relevant health and medical history
  • Perform physical examinations
  • Order preventive and diagnostic procedures based on the patient’s age and history
  • Formulate differential diagnosis
  • Develop a treatment plan
  • Develop a patient education plan
  • Receive third party reimbursement
  • Maintain hospital privileges.
  • Promote health maintenance

Licensure

Current licensure as a Registered Nurse is mandatory for advanced nursing practice in Iowa. In addition, an advanced level certification by a national professional nursing certifying body, recognized by the Board, is required for licensure as an ARNP.

Licensure with the Iowa Board of Nursing at the advanced level permits the nurse to use the title Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner and authorizes the nurse to prescribe substances or devices, including controlled substances. The ARNP shall have the authority to prescribe when engaged in the practice of a nursing specialty regulated under the rules adopted by the Board of Nursing.  

Registration as a practitioner with the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Board of Pharmacy Examiners permits the Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner to prescribe controlled substances within the practitioner’s recognized specialty.  

  • In order to obtain a DEA number the provider must be licensed as an ARNP.  Application forms for DEA numbers may be obtained from the Pharmacy Board website.

ARNPs located in Iowa must register for a Controlled Substance Registration if prescribing controlled substances (up to schedule II). To be eligible to register, ARNPs must hold a current, active license to practice. Information follows: https://pharmacy.iowa.gov/licensureregistration/controlled-substance-applications

To renew licensure as an ARNP in Iowa:

  • Renewal shall be for the same period of licensure to practice as a registered nurse.  Click this link for: Licensure information
  • There shall be documentation of current time-dated, advanced level certification by an appropriate national certifying body.
  • Send proof of your Opioid Prescribing continuing education document, if applicable. 

Education

Graduation from a Board approved Advanced Practice Master of Science in Nursing program or completion of a formal Advanced Practice education program is required for licensure as an ARNP. Advanced Practice Doctoral preparation is also an acceptable method for licensure.

The complete list of Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner Programs approved by the Iowa Board of Nursing is included in the following weblink: List of approved ARNP programs

Revised 10/1/2020

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