Providence LPN
Providence LPN Schools, LPN Programs and LPN Salary Data

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Providence LPN Stats:
Comfort Score Rank: #88 of 100
Benefit of RN Rank: #72 of 100
Avg. LPN Salary: $49,970
LPNs employed: 2,070

Top Cities in Rhode Island for LPNs: Providence

Providence’s LPNs make up 13% of nurses in the city. The Providence LPN comfort score is 5 and ranks in the top of the top 100 US cities. The RN comfort score in Providence is much higher at 20.

These scores indicate that it is a great benefit for a Providence LPN to take the necessary steps to obtain an RN degree. It is estimated as the 72nd best place to do this in the nation.

Checklist to become a Providence LPN:

  1. Earn your LPN Degree, 1 year of courses and hands-on practice.
  2. Apply for licensure with the Rhode Island State Board of Nursing. Have your school send your transcript to them as well
  3. Obtain a CPR card and pass the NCLEX-PN exam

 

LPNs in Providence
Providence LPNs earn an average of $49,970 per year. The employment growth for the profession is estimated at 1.97% and will include hospital, home health, private practice and nursing home positions. Please contact the Rhode Island State Board of Nursing at www.health.ri.gov/for/nurses/ with any questions concerning the city of Providence and the nursing profession.

In Providence, this school offers nursing classes and nursing degrees.

Community College of Rhode Island
Liston Campus
1 Hilton Street
Providence, RI 02905-2304
www.ccri.edu/

A career as an LPN in this city can provide opportunities and security.


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