Intervention Project for Nurses

Posted in Latest News on February 7, 2013.

Intervention Project for Nurses (IPN)  was established in 1984 through legislative action to ensure public health and safety through a program that provides close monitoring of nurses who are unsafe to practice due to impairment as a result of misuse or abuse of alcohol or drugs, or both, or due to a mental or physical condition which could affect the licensee’s ability to practice with skill and safety.

If you are interested in additional information on Florida’s impaired practitioner program for nurses, formally known as the Intervention Project for Nurses (IPN), you may contact

Mailing Address:
Intervention Project for Nurses (IPN)
P.O. Box 49130
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32240-9130

Toll Free:
800.840.2720

Phone:                        Fax:
904.270.1620             904.270.1633

apark@ipnfl.org

More Information:
Intervention Project for Nurses (IPN)  
Linda Smith, ARNP, MN, M.Div, CAP, Executive Director



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