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Massachusetts LPN Programs

Massachusetts LPN Training

Anyone who has spent many years working job that he or she doesn't like because of their limited education should give serious thought to going back to school. Many people are discovering that Massachusetts is a fast way to improve their education and gain experience that will be useful in an exciting medical career.

Massachusetts LPN training is a specialized course of education that provides a student with all the skills and knowledge he or she needs in order to work as a licensed practical nurse. LPNs are responsible for providing support to doctors and nurses in a health care setting, such as a hospital, nursing home, or mental health facility.

Becoming an LPN in Massachusetts

In order to be eligible to take the NCLEX in Massachusetts, a prospective LPN must:

    Have a high school diploma or its equivalent
  • Have graduated from a practical nursing program or registered nursing program that is approved by the Massachusetts Board of Nursing

He or she must also submit:

  • An application for nursing licensure by exam
  • A criminal history record check
  • A declaration of primary state of residence
  • An NCLEX candidate bulletin

In order to become an LPN through reciprocity in Massachusetts, an individual must:

  • Complete the Determination of Eligibility for Practical Nurse Reciprocity
  • Have his or her nursing program submit an official transcript including:
    • The dates that the student entered and withdrew
    • Proof that the student is in good standing
    • Calculation of theory and clinical clock hours successfully completed by the applicant during enrollment
    • Statement verifying that the applicant successfully completed theory and clinical content in medical, surgical, pediatric, obstetrical as well as mental health nursing concepts prior to withdrawal

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Top LPN Schools Near You

Other MA Schools with LPN Programs

Assabet Valley Regional Vocational Technical School
215 Fitchburg Street
Marlborough, MA 1752
Berkshire Community College
1350 West Street
Pittsfield, MA 1201
Blue Hills Regional Technical
800 Randolph St.
Canton, MA 2021
Bristol Plymouth Regional Technical School
940 County St.
Taunton, MA 2780
Diman Regional Vocational Technical School
251 Stonehaven Road
Fall River, MA 2723
Greater Lowell Regional Vocational Technical School
250 Pawtucket Boulevard
Tyngsboro, MA 1879
Greenfield Community College
One College Drive
Leeds, MA 1301
Holyoke Community College
303 Homestead Ave.
Holyoke, MA 1040
Massachusetts Bay Community College
19 Flagg Drive
Framingham, MA 1702
Massachusetts Soldiers Home
91 Crest Ave.
Chelsea, MA 2150
Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School
1050 Westminster Street
Fitchburg, MA 1420
Mount Wachusett Community College
444 Green St.
Gardner, MA 1440
North Shore Community College
1 Ferncroft Road
Danvers, MA 1923
Northern Essex Community College
100 Elliott Street
Lawrence, MA 1830
Quincy College
24 Saville Avenue
Quincy, MA 2169
Quinsigamond Community College
670 West Boylston Street
Worcester, MA 1606
Roxbury Community College
1234 Columbus Avenue
Roxbury Crossing, MA 2120
Shawsheen Valley Technical High School
100 Cook Street
Billerica, MA 1821
Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical School
250 Foundry Street
South Easton, MA 2375
Tri-county Regional Vocational Technical School
147 Pond Street
Franklin, MA 2038
Upper Cape Cod Rts
220 Sandwich Road
Bourne, MA 2532

Like in other parts of the country, LPNs in Massachusetts work directly with patients, clients, and residents.

LPN duties include performing basic diagnostic tests, administering medication to patients, giving shots and injections, obtaining patients' vital signs, as well as many other important responsibilities.

As a Massachusetts LPN, you might specialize in obstetrics, pediatrics, surgery or psychiatry or another nursing specialty that interests you.

The Best LPN Schools in Massachusetts

By providing the most compehensive list of nursing schools, NurseGroups.com helps you find the best LPN programs in Massachusetts, including the best online LPN schools accepting students in Massachusetts.

Why Online LPN Classes?

Being a licensed practical nurse is a great career. But many working adults who want to become an LPN have an extremely busy schedule - balancing a full-time job, family commitments and other personal responsibilities. The traditional classroom setting offered by most local LPN schools doesn't offer the same flexibility as taking their LPN classes online.

Online programs allow students to fit their education into their already busy schedule - studying and taking exams when it's convenient for them. LPN students can access their online classroom 24 hours per day / seven days per week.

Also, taking LPN nursing courses online saves students even more time, as online students don't need to commute to school. Online schools enable busy people to get LPN training, without interfering with their current job and personal life.

Massachusetts LPN Resources on NurseGroups.com

Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
239 Causeway Street, Second Floor
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: (617) 973-0800
Fax: (617) 973-0984

Massachusetts Nurses Association