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The Ohio Board of Nursing Announces Relocation of Headquarters

Reynoldsburg, OH – Effective March 11, 2024, The Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN) is relocating its headquarters to 8995 East Main Street in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, 43068. The relocation marks a significant milestone in the OBN’s operational journey. The move not only reflects the Board’s commitment to efficiency and accessibility, but also signifies its evolving role in serving the nursing community and Ohioans.

“The relocation underscores the Ohio Board of Nursing’s adaptability and responsiveness to changing circumstances for better efficiencies and customer service,” said Marlene Anielski, Executive Director of the Ohio Board of Nursing. “It puts the OBN in a position to streamline our administrative processes, foster greater collaboration among staff, and deliver more effective services to nurses and healthcare professionals across the state.”

As the Ohio Board of Nursing settles into its new location, it stands poised to continue its crucial role in upholding the highest standards of nursing practice, ensuring public safety, and promoting the well-being of Ohio’s citizens. The Ohio Board of Nursing’s contact information will not change. They may still be reached at 614-466-3947 or on their website,

About the Ohio Board of Nursing:

The Ohio Board of Nursing regulates more than 300,000 licenses and certificates. The Board licenses and regulates registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs), Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs), Dialysis Technicians (DTs), Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Medication Aides (MA-Cs). The Board’s mission is to actively safeguard the public through equitable regulation of nursing and other health care professionals. The Board’s vision is to be a leader through innovative and efficient health care regulation positively impacting the wellbeing of every Ohioan. 

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