Radiologic Nursing Certification Board, Inc. | Retired

CRN-RETIRED CREDENTIAL PROGRAM

The Radiologic Nursing Certification Board (RNCB) recognizes retired Certified Radiology Nurses (CRN) for their commitment to excellence throughout their professional radiology nursing career. The CRN-Retired credential is a personal and professional recognition of the nurses past excellence and commitment to nursing excellence and exemplary care of the patient. Benefits The CRN-Retired credential grants limited use of certification credentials to include the addition of – Retired. The retired credential may only be used on business cards, a curriculum vitae or resume. The credential may not be used on patient charts or records, professional name badges, or after a signature. Eligibility To quality for CRN-Retired recognition, you must:

  • Hold a current CRN certification
  • Have a current and unencumbered RN license.
  • Have no plans to return to active practice in radiology nursing.

I understand that if I decide to reenter the radiology nursing workforce after obtaining retired status , I must meet all certification renewal eligibility requirements and follow the RNCB processes in place at that time.

Retired Status Fee

  • ARIN Member Rate - $75.00 (one-time fee)
  • Non-Member Rate - $100.00 (one-time fee)

All past RNCB board members will be granted the CRN-Retired status free of charge once they are no longer working in radiology.

Questions? 410-647-5002
[email protected]gynurse.org

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