Information Pertaining To Nurse Midwives
According to 848 IAC 3-1-1, Certified Nurse Midwife means a registered nurse who has graduated from a nationally accredited school of midwifery, has passed the National Certifying Examination given by the American College of Nurse-Midwives, and is licensed by the board to practice as a nurse-midwife.
To apply to practice midwifery in the State of Indiana, submit the completed application for limited licensure to the Indiana State Board of Nursing at 402 West Washington Street, Room W072, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204.
For questions regarding licensure, you can write us at the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, call us at (317) 234-2043, or contact us via e-mail at pla2@pla.IN.gov.
Licensure Information for Nurse-Midwives
The Indiana State Board of Nursing may issue a limited license to practice as a Nurse-Midwife if the nurse does the following:
- submits an application on a form prescribed by the board with the required fee;
- submits proof of an active, unrestricted Indiana registered nurse license;
- submits proof of graduation from a nationally accredited school of midwifery; and
- submits proof of having successfully passed the National Certifying Examination given by the American College of Nurse Midwives.
American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB)
849 International Drive, Suite 205
Linthicum, MD 21090