The Liberian Board For Nursing and Midwifery(LBNM) wants to say thank you very much Ms. Tiah for honor received from the People and Government of Liberia.
We feel terrible humbled in recognition of ...
Nurse 2 Nurse is an USA based organization established since 2019 with the aim of helping nurses to better understand their roles and functions as nurse. They came to Liberia through the former chief ...
The Chair-person Mr. H. Gibbs Loweal, presented on "Chain of Command and Its Importance in an Organization growth " His presentation was illustrative followed by scenarios. He informed participants ...
Retreat provide a good opportunity for staff to understand each other, reflect on working relationship, and network, which leads to team building and cohesion. Most importantly, retreat was conducted ...
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I practice without a license?
No, the practice of Nursing or Midwifery is restricted to persons licensed or otherwise authorized under the provisions of the Board’s Act Chapter 65.
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How do I report fraud?
Report on fraud should be made to the Board, identifying the name of the nurse, midwife or intuition, clearly explain the case and in writing supported by appropriate information to aid investigation.
How to verify a License
An official communication can be submitted to the Board, via email or post, requesting the verification of licenses. The name and license number must be including in the communication.
We protect the public's health and safety by providing reasonable assurance that the people who practice Nursing and Midwifery are competent, ethical practitioners with the necessary knowledge and skill to their title and roles.
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