License Renewals      

Our renewal system sometimes has trouble completing transactions. You may see a "timed out" error. If you do, log out of the renewal and try again later. When you log out, you will NOT lose the information you've already entered.
Our office staff are not available over a weekend. If there is still an issue on Monday morning, we will work to correct it as quickly as possible. Please try the online system again on Monday afternoon, after we have had time to fix the issue.
Thank you for your patience during our busiest time of the year!



Click HERE to Renew OnlineOnline renewal is currently available for:

Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT)
Audiologist/Speech Language Pathologist
Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
Emergency Medical Technician - I (EMT-I)
EMS Instructor
Hearing Instrument Specialist
Hearing Instrument Specialist/A
Registered Nurse (RN)

Paper Renewal
Select your license type below for a paper form you can fill out and mail in.
For issues with renewal fee payments, please call 402-471-2115 or email

Licensees can place their licenses on inactive status at no charge, either online or by paper renewal form, prior to the license expiration date. Being on inactive status means that the licensee cannot perform licensed activity until the license is reinstated.
If you missed your renewal deadline, your license has expired. You cannot practice until it is reissued or reinstated. Licensees who practice after the expiration of their licenses will owe DHHS an administrative penalty of $10 per day up to $1,000, and/or other disciplinary action specific to their license types.
To reapply or request reinstatement of your license, go to the Professions and Occupations page, click on your license type, click on Applications, and complete the Application for License or Application for Reinstatement. Please note that we cannot provide same-day processing. Submit the form, any additional documentation required, and a check or money order for the fee to the Licensure Unit.
Documents in PDF PDF format require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader
which can be downloaded for free from Adobe Systems, Inc.
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