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A roster is a listing of all license types within the specific profession and which included a license status of active, inactive, or probation. Rosters are created as a CSV file and sent via email. You have the ability to sort the CSV file as you choose.
All rosters include the following public information:
Rosters do not include the following because it is non-public information that cannot be disclosed:
You may verify a person or facility license online by clicking Search & Verify a License in DELPROS at no charge or from your license Dashboard click on LICENSE LOOK-UP in the blue banner of the top navigation bar.
Rosters are processed through DELPROS our online portal. You may request a roster by clicking on Apply/Manage a License and Service Requests on the DELPROS home page. You must have a DELPROS user account to request a roster, see Registering in DELPROS.
If you already have a DELPROS user account, click HERE to log in. Follow the below instructions to being the Service Request application:
A roster does not provide the disciplinary history on a license record. To verify any disciplinary history on a license click Search & Verify License to complete an individual or facility license search. If discipline history exists, the Discipline column will state ‘Yes’. Click ‘Yes’ to view and download the Board Order(s).
Additionally, you may complete a license disciplinary search using Delaware’s Open Data Portal.
If you represent an institution or other nursing employer, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing offers a service that will notify you via email when a license status changes (e.g., expirations) and if disciplinary actions exist against any RNs and LPNs that you employ.
The information comes directly from NurSys, a national database that receives its data from participating boards of nursing nationwide, including the Delaware Board of Nursing.
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