The goal of the VI Board of Nurse Licensure is to safeguard the public's health, safety and welfare through the regulation of nursing education, entry to nursing practice, and promotion of continuing safe nursing practice.
We are committed to honesty, fairness, and objectivity in all deliberations, transactions, and relationships. Working with others in a cooperative spirit to build strong professional and public relationships is simply what we are about.
VBNL aspires to set the standard of excellence for regulatory agencies by making evidence-based decisions that are legally sound, fiscally responsible, operationally efficient, technology integrated, quality driven and publicly accountable in the territory of the United States Virgin Islands.
The Virgin Islands Board of Nurse Licensure serves to protect the public welfare. This Board is alerting the public of the need to view nurses licenses and nurse assistant certificates before allowing nursing services to be provided in your home. It is imperative that the public ask pertinent questions of individuals, before home care is provided, to you and your loved ones. Asking pertinent questions, evaluating the responses and viewing the licenses or certificates will help to assure that you and your loved ones receive safe care.
When you are hiring persons to provide services in your home, it is imperative that you know the qualifications, competencies, and responsibilities of that individual. It is also imperative that you know what activities these individuals can legally perform. Following are questions and related information to assist you:
For additional information you may contact the Virgin Islands Board of Nurse Licensure (VIBNL) at 340-776-7397.
Please view the Adobe PDF document for information about a vacancy notice for the Virgin Islands Board of Nursing.